His works are unique, sometimes perplexing yet they are worth-reading.
In English literature, his works are a must to study and teachers prefer giving their students with something to write on.
Upon setting his eyes on Juliet, he remarks of her to one servant: Although he is discovered as an impostor in the party, Lord Capulet is able to intervene and convinces Tybalt not to harm him.
Common sense would have shown Romeo not to approach Juliet, because she was the crown jewel of the Capulet family and any contact with her could have sparked a serious war.
At a tender age of only 12 years, she has a misconstrued notion of what love is.
The fact that Romeo is willing to risk his life to be with her convinces her that he is truly the one, which also blinds her from the impending danger she is exposing herself and others to.
He incessantly talks about queens, kings, paupers and those all people in between.
Aside from these, Shakespeare also talks about jealousy, good and bad luck, love, ambition, success, incest, life and death, pain, ghosts, mistaken identity, laughter, family relationships and many more.
Romeo and Juliet is unquestionably one of the most remarkable tragedies of all time.
In addition, more than any other author, Shakespeare is known as the universal God of distinctive people from various walks of life, situations and characters.