Although Friar Lawrence tells Romeo to “love moderately,” it is clear that the passion Romeo and Juliet share is beyond their control, as it is impossible to control their intense feelings for one another. However, as passion brings Romeo and Juliet together, fate breaks them apart. It is fate that they are from feuding families, and passion to be together that leads them to the tragic outcome of death alongside each other. The feud between Romeo and Juliet’s families is another factor leading to their deaths that is beyond the control of the two young lovers. As a result of the feud, enmity is created.
People say you only fall in love once; however, what if you have no choice but to fall in love a second time? One might have extreme feelings for one person, but the next minute they could have feelings for another person. Love can be portrayed as a bully that victimises those who fall for its games. In Shakespeare's play, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, love is expressed as a bully and targets the people of Athens and those within a magical fairyland. Although, the characters have good intentions, many things go wrong.
In the novela, A Midsummer Nights Dream, written by William Shakespeare, there are many moments, issues, themes, and problems to discus. A major issue that I would like to discuss would be love’s difficulty throughout the story. Although love is driving a majority of the characters in this play, it is not a romance, but a comedy. A comedy that shows the audience how people can be blind, foolish, and innocent when manipulated by the extraordinary strong power of love. Love is an uncontrollable force in the play having the characters used like puppets after taking a love potion, which shows they are controlled by love.
Romeo & Juliet: Honors Prompt In love there are two sides: light and dark. One side is beautiful and bright; the other one is dangerous. In Romeo & Juliet their love is shown often through darkness. Love and hate are very important in the story because of the feud between the Capulets and Montagues. In Romeo & Juliet, author William Shakespeare shows the idea that there is a dark side to love; this becomes clear to readers when it is used within the families and the star-crossed lovers affection.
Bekah Atkins In Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare describes a feud between two families from which “two star-crossed lovers” came, who soon took their lives for what they thought was true love. Our star-crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet, have their fair share of strengths along with weaknesses. Juliet’s strengths are her loyalty to those she loves and how she also defends them but, her weaknesses are how naïve she is and her poor communication skills. Respect and generosity are Romeo’s strong suits but his flaws are impulsivity and his over emotion. Romeo and Juliet are simply weak characters that are unable to accept reality and move on with their lives.
Helena was called names and pushed away from her true love but she loved him so strongly that she would do whatever it takes to get Demetrius to love her. Finally after being through it all Demetrius finally realizes that Helena is his true love and they end up getting married. So all the work she did to get him to love her finally worked it wasn't easy but it worked. The final example is when puck put a spell on Titania to fall in love with what she first sees when she wakes up and when she woke up she saw bottom who had a donkeys head. Since neither of them truly loved each other the love didn't last it was false love.
Love is a feeling of deep affection and personal attachment which may or may not be mutual. In Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare predetermines the fate of two star-crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet. Their love for one another is unable to be expressed fully due to the bitter feud between their families, the Capulets and the Montagues, respectively. This leads the two teenagers to make rash decisions driven by their love which ultimately leads to both of their deaths. In Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare suggests that love can perpetuate a cycle of irrational choices and decisions which can lead to tragic consequences.
Romeo and Juliet, written in 1595 by William Shakespeare, ended in tragedy. When the children of the feuding families, Montague and Capulet, fall in love with each other. Conflict arises when the two keep the relationship secret. Will their love for each other be enough to deal with the consequences? Characters behaviors change and mature, secrets are kept, and miscommunication will be the death of them.
Ophelia’s Insane Young Love Young love carries many emotions. In Hamlet, by Shakespeare, two characters share unsolved and mysterious emotions. Ophelia and Hamlet are young lovers separated by a series of disastrous events. Many people think that Hamlet was simply playing with Ophelia, and didn’t really love her; a fact that could drive one to an asylum. Did she really love him?
A story about deception, illusion, impulsiveness, noting, and shallowness; these are all characteristics of the play Much Ado about Nothing by William Shakespeare. The play is about a young women, named Hero and a man, named Claudio, falling in love almost immediately after the war and decide to marry in the next few days. However, the prince’s evil brother does not wish to see his enemies rejoice, so he organizes a ruse to shame Hero and halt the wedding from ever taking place. Shakespeare critiques many aspects of his society through his satire and portrayal of different characters; which is apparent when looking at the character Claudio. Claudio is a soldier who worked closely with the Prince and became one of the top men of his army.