It's our job as readers to evaluate: Shakespeare doesn't provide any answers. All the interpretations could be- and have been, in the theatre - supported by the text. And as for why the couple die - well, it certainly isn't because of their love, lust or lack of either.
Apr 18, 2004. In William Shakespeare s play, Romeo and Juliet, Romeo and Juliet were not truly in love. More than anything what they shared was a lust for. We all know the classic love story, or have at least heard of, Romeo and Juliet. The dark tale, wr. Nov 11, 2012. The interesting love of Romeo and Juliet a play by William Shakespeare shows that most of its moments of love is actually lust. The couple see. Lust is the desire for the body. Love is the desire for the soul. In William. Shakespeare s play Romeo and Juliet, love seems to be demonstrated but the power of. School essay I was given 115 on for, amazingly enough. If Romeo Juliet s love is truly is the amour everyone believes it to be, why is there an abundance. Their tragedy occurs, again, depending on how you interpret the text, either because their love is "death-marked picked out in the stars to end disastrously or because of a series of inexplicable, random accidents that conspire against them (Mercutio's death, the non-delivery of Friar John's letter, and then - crucially - the arrival of Romeo at the tomb only five.