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The Capulets and the Montaguer's were enemies. They would always fight when they saw each other and forbid their children to ever talk to the other family.
Romeo, his cousin, Benvolio and his friend, Mercutio, went to a party at the Capulets house, held for the Capulets daughter, Juliet, to find love. The boys knew that it was dangerous, to find love for Romeo, who was deeply in love with someone who doesn't love him back. Tybalt, Juliet's cousin, see's the boy's arrive and tells Juliet's dad. He lets this go, wanting this to be a happy night. Romeo see's Juliet and instantly fall in love with her but is sad when he learns that she is the daughter of his families enemy.
Romeo sneaks into Juliet's room, risking his life and finds out that Juliet is in love with him too. They make plans to get married the next day.
The next day, Romeo and Juliet went to Francis Lawrence, a priest, and asked him to marry them. Francis Lawrence agreed, thinking that this might solve the families problems.
The next day, Romeo, Benvolio and Mercutio were out walking when they were confronted by Tybalt. Tybalt challenged Romeo to a duel, but Romeo was a lover, not a fighter. Instead, Mercutio battled for him. Romeo accidentally interfered though and Tybalt stabbed Mercutio. Romeo was so angry. He picked up what Mercutio started and killed Tybalt. The punishment for this was death though and so Romeo was forced to leave the town.
When Juliet heard this, she was devastated. She was sad that her cousin was dead, but she was more sad about the fact that her husband had to leave the city. She went and saw Francis Lawrence about this and Francis Lawrence suggested that she should take a poison that would send her to sleep for 2 days. Then, everything will have died down and she will reunite with her love. Francis Lawrence sent Romeo a letter explaining everything and that Juliet was not dead.
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