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Romeo and Juliet VS. Hatfields and McCoy

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Dillon Revis

on 17 December 2013

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Romeo and Juliet VS. Hatfields and McCoy
Montagues VS. Capulets
The feud in the story was never mentioned how it started for it wasn't a vital to the story line.
Hatfields and McCoys
The feud between the Hatfields and McCoys all started over the McCoys favorite pig being stolen by the Hatfields.
Romeo and Juliet
The outcome of the famous, well-known, Romeo and Juliet came to an early death by true love. They both die from their own hands in a attempt to see each other once more.
Romeo had an internal conflict, this internal conflict is based upon finding true love. He is one to believe in true love so, he must find it.
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Their reason for the conflict already done and continuing to be done was because the younger boys were kept stirring the hatred up when they thought they were right. The resolution is the death of their only heirs to the throne.
The conflict's reasoning was from another pig being stolen once more. The resolution is still trying to be determined
Floyd Hatfield was murdered by Paris McCoy with charges against him and those charges were taken off due to the law enforcement couldn't track the bullet.
A chain reaction was in play, when Mercutio is killed by Tybalt, he returns and Romeo kills him, Romeo then flees and later on Paris, Juliet and Romeo is then killed by each other.
Hatfields and McCoys
The outcome of these two historic families are still in action far as the tell of Hatfields and McCoys story goes.
Conflict Resolution
Capulets and Montagues:There is only one way this conflict could have ended with a good solution. If Romeo and Juliet had told their parents that they loved each other I think the Capulets and Montagues would has sat their differences aside for their only children. But Romeo and Juliet thought that they wouldn’t have let them see each other. So they didn’t tell their parents and now their parents are wishing they would have told them because they are both dead.
In the story of Romeo and Juliet, the Montagues and Capulets could've went to the Prince to answers to stop the feud between them.
The feud between the Hatfields and McCoys could have been a lot shorter if they had gone to each oter and apologized and returned the original pigs to each other.
Internal Conflicts
In 1888, Valentine Hatfield had been convicted of the murder of Randolph McCoy.
Hatfields & McCoys: I think if half of the hogs went to one family and other half wens. To the other family the conflict would not have been no where as bad. But there probably would have still been fighting because the families hate each other so much. But since only one family got the hogs it just made the flame higher and hot between the familie
Modern Day Gang, team, or Group Violence
The Miami Dolphin's football player (Incognito) using racial terms towards Johnathan Martin.
1. Johnathan Martin could have asked him to stop
2. Johnathan could have gone to the coach
3. Johnathan could have done what he done.
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