What’s in a name? That wich we call a rose by an other word would smell as sweet.
This sentence is in second act in the first scene.
It is Juliet that say it to Romeo when she declare him her love.
I think that this is very romantic because Juliet say that love is most important than everything.
A name, a family, a life can’t is important as the love, the really love that unites the youngs. And Romeo? Naturally, he’s agree with the girl that he love.
This sentence is the demonstration that a name or any other thing can’t stop love, friendly, respect and every assets. This is a first form of protest against racism because the lovers fight against their family too to win the hate and love free, and the moderns people must take it for example and they must fight against racism for the respect’s win.