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In act 1, scene 1, Romeo says

Here’s much to do with hate, but more with love.

How does this serve as a central idea of Romeo and Juliet?


Despite the feud, the Capulet and Montague families do genuinely show their love for Romeo and Juliet.


It is at times difficult to distinguish between love and hate.


The play is most centrally about the triumph of love, not hatred.


The feud was caused by a conflict over love.


Romeo and Juliet's love is cemented in their hatred of their families.

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