No, Romeo and Juliet took place in a classic setting where chivalry is alive and kicking. Their manners definitely matter to them as how they respect each of their family’s decision and long time feud with each other. They are people of great respect at some point, it cannot be described as the same as the motto given depicting disrespectful acts towards your elders.
Romeo and Juliet’s relationship (as seen in today’s view):A gentleman courting a dainty lady Pure love and passion makes them do such things Their love outgrew their family’s feud
The Motto given:It says something disrespectful to both the young and old generation It shows contradiction of old ways such as in Romeo and Juliet
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