There has never been a more tragic story than this one of Romeo and Juliet… It was a love at first sight, boundless and everlasting. And pointless death because of families excessive feud. Montague and Capulet are leaders in the city of Verona but they also blooded enemies. Two old men couldn’t even remember what was the cause of their feud. All members of their families hate each other and barely defend themselves from each other. The Prince of Verona didn’t want endure these fights anymore, because they disturbed the streets of the city and citizens had to participate in feuds. Both of them will die if either of them breaks the peace. That was the new rule for Montague and Capulet and their relatives. But it was not easy to follow it…Download Ebook Download AudioBook
Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare
“I will not fight,” said Sampson, “but nobody should insult me if we see any Montagues, they had better be quiet.”
“Or what?” asked Gregory.
“I’ll kill them all.”
“All?” Gregory stopped walking and looked at his friend.
“Every one of them.” said Sampson. “If they are Montagues, then I’ll fight them if they say something to me.”
They began to walk on toward the square.
“What if one of the Montagues’ dogs barks at you?” Gregory asked jokingly.
“Then I’d fight with it.”
“What about women?”
This time Sampson stopped, as if to think about the question. “It’s all the same. If they are Montagues, they are my enemies. And they will know I’m angry. ”
“So you’d fight with the women?”
“I didn’t say that.” Sampson explained. “I said they’d know I’m angry. I’d fight with the men. After beating them, I would be kind to the women.”
“You mean you’d charm them? Once the Montague men were gone?”
“Yes. I guess so.”
“But that’s not really showing them that you’re angry. Unless you think charming the women is the same as fighting the men.”
“Isn’t it?” Sampson answered. “Either way, it’s about showing the Montagues who’s the boss I’ll beat the men with swords, the women with smiles and pretty words. It’s all the same.”
“I wish it were the same,” said Gregory, seeing two servants from the Montague family approaching from across the square. “Then you could just smile and say kind things to these two and be satisfied.”
Sampson watched the two men strut through the square. “I can think of nothing kind to say.”
The two men began to walk toward Sampson and Gregory, looking at them with angry eyes. They were making nasty remarks among themselves about Sampson and Gregory.
Gregory gave an unnatural smile as the two passed by Sampson did the same, but he could not hold in his hatred. As soon as the men passed, he stuck out his middle finger and went. “AARRRRRRR…