Romeo and Juliet’s Impermanences William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, a tragic play between two star crossed lovers, portrays the death and impermanence of both Romeo and Juliet. Belonging to rival families, Romeo and Juliet must see each other in private. Romeo and Juliet, meeting at a party, fall deeply in love with each other and end up marrying. But due to the mindless killing of Juliet’s cousin, this marriage is short ended as the city exiles Romeo. This leads Juliet to fake her death to be with Romeo, but due to an misunderstanding, Romeo poisons himself.
The Ups and Downs of Young Love In Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, young love takes Romeo on a roller coaster of different emotions from agonizing heartbreak to infatuating joy Romeo aches for his first love Rosaline as she tears his heart out of his body causing Romeo to feel a gaping hole in his chest and the act of depression. As well as this , Romeo finds joy in meeting his second love Juliet soon after who he is physically attracted to and will do anything to prove his undying magical love for her.
The story of ‘Romeo and Juliet' is indeed a tragedy assured from the elements such as Character Flaws, Fate and Great Sorrow. The important element that makes a Shakespearean play is Character Flaw's since it directly affects the character's actions and abilities. The role of Fate is a crucial part of this tragedy play since it links with everyone within the story. Great Sorrow in this play are portrayed in a variety of ways, but specifically death. In fact, throughout the play, these three elements if you think about it are in every single Shakespearean tragedy.
In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Romeo cannot control his emotions which leads to Romeo moving on from Rosaline and on to Juliet too fast. He says he loves Rosaline and when she denies him of his love, Romeo goes into an emotional breakdown; but when he meets Juliet he forgets all about Rosaline and is instantly in love with Juliet. When Mercurio and Romeo are talking about Romeo’s recent heartbreak, Romeo claims “[he] has lost [himself]” (Shakespeare 1.1 ll. 205) and that, “[he] was not [there]” (1.1 ll. 205). He is saying that he did not feel like himself at that time because he was depressed from Rosaline turning him down. His emotions were messing with him as he went through a harsh heartbreak with Rosaline.
Till Death Do Us Part Young love torn away piece by piece, yet not restored. Romeo showed multiple signs of depression and many of them went unnoticed, or overlooked. In the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Romeo, a young teen becomes depressed, when the women he loves does not love him back.
The Cage by Ruth Minsky Sender is a story about a family who strives to survive. Riva Minska, a young girl who lives in the ghetto must take care of her own brothers and find a way to stay alive. She is selfless and noble towards others which paves a bright path in her future. On the other hand, Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is about a pair of starcrossed lovers who fall desperately in love. Romeo Montague is a young boy who lives in Verona.
In William Shakespeare’s tragedy, The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, Romeo and Juliet, lovers from rival families (Montagues and Capulets), increasingly depend on each other throughout their relationship. With this, the couple also grows more impulsive over time, enacting reckless actions. Here, Friar Lawrence and the Nurse aid the couple through their adversities. All of these actions eventually sum up to the disastrous resolution of Romeo and Juliet’s deaths. Ultimately, the trait all four characters share that lead to this resolution is their hastiness.
What is Romeo’s emotional state through act one? Through act one Romeo’s emotional state was demonstrated as sad, depressed and sorrowful, along with love, and happiness. He was very depressed and sorrowful, due to Rosaline’s rejection. We also, see Romeo’s mood revealed as a state of agony, when he describes love as the opposite of what it should actually be. Love should be a joyful, and beautiful emotion, but Romeo sees it as a very painful and sad emotion.
“I would there were no age between ten and three and twenty... For there is nothing in between but getting wenches with child, wronging the ancientry, stealing, fighting” (Shakespeare, The Winter’s Tale, Act III, Sc. iii). Shakespeare discusses the nature and folly of youth in several of his writings, among the most famous being Romeo and Juliet. Teenagers instigated the play's tragedy. Although Romeo and Juliet made poor decisions, their decisions were normal because of the immaturity of their brains.
Love and belonging needs are often overlooked, but nevertheless, important. It is necessary that people feel loved, wanted, and needed. Often times, people may think they are in love with each other when they are in love with love itself. Their needs are not met, so they create the idea of love to convince themselves their needs are met. This concept is present in one of the most famous pieces of literature, namely Romeo and Juliet.
In this passage, Shakespeare utilizes metaphor and negative diction to characterize Romeo as a person who is conflicted and frustrated by love, which ultimately reveals the theme that love is uncontrollable, conflicting, and short-lived. Towards the end of act 1 scene 1, Romeo still has a big crush on Rosaline, but Rosaline has no feelings for him. Hence, Romeo experienced a sense of depression and is conflicted by love. In this passage, Shakespeare uses numerous metaphors. “Love is a smoke raised with the fume of sighs.”