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"Romeo and Juliet" and "Huckleberry Finn"

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on 2 November 2013

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Transcript of "Romeo and Juliet" and "Huckleberry Finn"

Buck and Mercutio
The character Buck from "Huckleberry Finn" and the character Mercutio from "Rome and Juliet" are most similar.
Miss Sophia and Juliet
The character Miss Sophia from "Huckleberry Finn" and the character Juliet from "Rome and Juliet" are most similar.
Harney Shepherdson and Romeo
The character Harney Shepherdson from "Huckleberry Finn" and the character Romeo from "Rome and Juliet" are most similar.
"Romeo and Juliet" and "Huckleberry Finn"
Compare and Contrast
Buck
Mercutio
Not afraid to fight.
Good friend to main
character.
Died because of feud.
Part of the family in the feud.
The friend of a person in the feud.
Killed on purpose.
Killed by accident.
Miss Sophia
Juliet
In love with
family enemies
Secretive towards their
family
Acts strangely
because
of their secret.
Dies in the end
Held her secret longer.
Ran away successfully
Wasn't able to hold her secret for
long
Harney Shepherdson
Romeo
In love with
family enemies
Part of the family
in the feud
Dies in the end
Runs away with Sophia
successful
Not much is known
about him
Was able to get married to Juliet without the families finding out quickly.
"Huckleberry Finn"
"Rome and Juliet"
Comparison of Stories
Has feuding families
No one knows the exact
details about how and
when the feud started
The boy and girl plan to
secretly run away together
Members of the
families fight each
other continuously
Romeo and Juliet both die

The families do not find out until later about Romeo's and Juliet's marriage

The feud ends when Romeo and Juliet dies

The families found out instantly when Miss Sophia and Harney Shephardson runaway with each other

Miss Sophia and Harney Shephardson successful runaway with each other

The feud becomes worse when Miss Sophia and Harney Shephardson get together
The two stories "Huckleberry Finn" and "Romeo and Juliet" portray the message of the power of both love and hate. Hate drives one to cause pain, but love drives one to move on from the hate. The characters Romeo and Juliet, and Harney Shepherdson and Miss Sophia found love between one another and unhooked themselves from the grasp of hate the families held for each other.
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