i would say that these are the two thesis statements best for a literary analysis essay on recurring themes in shakespeare's romeo and juliet:
1. in romeo and juliet, shakespeare demonstrates that love comes in a variety of forms, be it romantic, familial, or between friends.
2. shakespeare explores the struggle for identity through the character of juliet in his play romeo and juliet.
the other theses aren't reoccurring in this play.
based on the biblical principle proverbs 16: 32, i agree with the author of the passage "better is it that it takes longer to be angry than the strong " to the extent that i share the philosophy that the nobility of heart demonstrates the strength of a person. those who are very proud, get angry easily and show their anger toward others are really weak, but those who are noble and do not constantly obfuscate or contain their feelings of anger, are strong people