Romeo Juliet and some others die because of love. Romeo and Juliet Love each other so much they would die to be able to see each other. The story Romeo and Juliet show love is stronger than hate as they risk their lives just to see each other and eventually die together. Hate may have killed them, but hate is not enough to disrupt their love, they are still together, even when they are dead. Can love be too strong in this case?
Many people know that William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet was a tragedy about two lovers who can’t be together because of fate. That is most definitely not the way it went. The “star-crossed” lovers make bad, impulsive decisions along the way. Romeo and Juliet are not victims of fate; it was the “star-crossed” lovers’ decisions that led to the tragic end. As the play begins in the city of Verona, two families are in a deep feud.
Suicide is the act of intentionally causing one's own death, usually due to mental or emotional conflict. Although both of the two star-crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet, commit this act due to their forbidden love, it is not the only contribution to their deaths. It is reasonable to blame their tragedy of double-suicide on fate. But, more realistically, mistakes are made because they are young, naive, and not being counselled properly. Romeo and Juliet, a theatrical romantic tragedy assumed to be written by William Shakespeare in 1596, is a play in which adults and friends fail in their duties to influence the two lovers to make proper decisions, which lead to the heartbreaking deaths of Romeo and Juliet.
Or tripping over something. It often comes at the wrong time, people tell me, and sometimes plainly with the wrong sort of person. It is not a voluntary process.” Romeo and Juliet's love was an example of love that was an accident and was at the wrong time and with the wrong people. Their love was so sudden and unexpected because of the rivalry between the three parents the Montagues and Capulets. As we see through the play, rivalry never ends well is the theme responsible for the tragic ending of Romeo and Juliet because rivalry causes you to see the worst in people.
In The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare presents a story that provides many suspects as to who ultimately causes the disastrous suicide of the two young lovers. Despite being a grown man, Romeo is depicted as someone who is exceedingly unstable, dramatic and even impetuous in times of emotional distress. As a result of Romeo acting before he thinks, he tends to have a disregard for social boundaries. In Romeo’s relationships, he rejects the social standards at the time. Romeo’s disregard for established social boundaries in relationships, ultimately leads to the deaths of the lovers because Romeo adores Rosaline, a Capulet, goes to a Capulet party, and marries Juliet, who is also a Capulet.
Their love is forbidden because of a rancor between their families. As they arrange a marriage behind everyone’s back, everything seems to be testing them; including a fight that broke out and ended in Tybalt’s murder and Romeo being banished from his hometown, Verona. Juliet could not go without being with her love, Romeo, and quickly had to find a way to be with him before her other marriage that her father arranged for her took place. As the friar arranges a plan for the two star-crossed lovers to reunite, things don’t work out the way they’re supposed to and end in the deaths of both characters. In Shakespeare’s, “Romeo and Juliet” Friar Laurence is to blame for Romeo and Juliet’s deaths because he is devious and has a poor planning ability.
How Juliet’s language shows her love for Romeo The 1694 play Romeo and Juliet introduced to the world the love story of two of litterature’s most prominent historical star crossed lovers. The two characters in question are Romeo and Juliet, whose love overthrows the balance of their world. Before meeting Romeo in Act 1, scene 5, Juliet appears to be an intelligent child, mature beyond her years and devoted to her family. This situation is completely overturned once Romeo, her first true love, enters the seemingly perfect picture that is her life. Shakespeare communicates the love that Juliet possesses for Romeo wonderfully with the use of distinct language techniques.
Romeo, who is part of the Montagues, falls madly in love with Juliet, who is a Capulet. He is aware of the danger if anyone finds out his true love because the two groups are supposed to be enemies towards each other, but he cannot give up the woman of his dreams simply because of the label hanging over his head. Within three days of meeting each other, they get married but continue to keep it a secret. What Romeo and Juliet failed to do is take the time to get to know each other in a deeper way before they were married. Getting to know someone is essential in building a healthy relationship between two people so that no rushed decisions are made and they will not encounter trouble in the long run.
Romeo and Juliet had just met and they were already bewitched by each other (2.Prologue.6). The word bewitched, as used in the play, means to enchant, charm, or fascinate (2.Prologue.6). Romeo and Juliet did not have the time to get to know each other so they were enchanted by looks not personality. This quote also implies that both Romeo and Juliet are charmed by each other, which means that both of them rushed into the relationship. A rushed relationship is one that is not firmly founded.
The first reason why Romeo and Juliet's love was not meant to be is Juliet's love for romeo was based on her wanting something she can not have. Juliet's motivation to make a plan to run away together was based on her wanting something she can't have, Romeo