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Romeo is from the Montague family and Juliet is from the Capulet family. These families both hate each other because of this feud (even though no one can remember how/why it started). So basically by Romeo and Juliet getting married it's like the two enemies getting married - it's like two Mafia gangs are having a massive fight and the children of both leaders get married. They were grown up to hate each other and it would almost be 'dishonourable' or against their nature if they got married.

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The biggest difficulty for Romeo and Juliet is their feuding families, the Montagues and Capulets, who stand in the way of their love and ultimately lead to tragedy. Their families' long-standing feud creates a barrier that prevents Romeo and Juliet from being together openly and freely.

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10y ago

There are multiple reasons for why friar lawrence was unsure about marrying Romeo and Juliet-

-The fact that they had met not 12 hours ago,

-Romeos aparent love for Rosoline, is quickly gone when a more atractive woman [Juliet] apears in his life,

-The fact that Juliets hand was promised to Paris,

-And if Juliet was to marry Romeo instead of paris, it would be disobeying Her father, witch in elizibethen times was very serious.

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He has difficulty in spending time with the woman he loves because of an old family feud with her family.

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Obviously there is the feud between the families. Romeo is then banished from the city. In the balcony scene, Romeo and Juliet also aren't sure that the love is mutual.

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Romeo and Juliet were star-crossed lovers. Their families were feuding and would not have wanted Romeo and Juliet to marry, therefore they had to do it in secret.

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Their families were traditional rivals and hated each other.

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Their families are fighting each other.

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