What is the meaning of the tragedies of Romeo and Juliet?

The meaning of this tragedy by Shakespeare is in the victory of love over enmity: in a force that stands above everything else, above all quarrels and any blood feud. The enmity between the two clans is essentially meaningless (in “Romeo and Juliet” its reason is not even mentioned), it is rather a means of self-affirmation of its representatives. In this case, love turned out to be above prejudice and stronger than death, because it was she who reconciled the families of Montagues and Capulet: both the love of the young lovers themselves, and the love of their families for them.

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