Shakespeare’s theme about Romeo and Juliet is love. The message about love is that it is complicated. It is shown by Romeo trying to be with Rosaline and Juliet. Shakespeare shows love is complicated by Romeo and Rosaline. On page 909, “Ope her lap” Romeo wants to sleep with Rosalina.
Romeo and Juliet will do anything for their love and to be together that love is stronger than hate, but another way Shakespeare shows the audience that love is stronger than hate is when they get married secretly and sleep together in the Capulet 's house knowing something could happen. Body paragraph 3 A final example that shows that love is stronger than hate is when…even though Romeo killed tybalt Juliet still begged for forgiveness for Romeo for what he did wrong she still loves Romeo even if he had killed her cousin that she loved very much . : In Act 3 scene 1 ,Romeo had just returned from marrying his beloved wife that he loves very much. (two ends with the joyful Romeo and Juliet) It is evident from this scene that love is shown to be stronger than hate because. Even though his dear Juliet was very upset about Tybalt 's death she still stayed with romeo.
It is humorous that Romeo replied, My life were better ended by their hate/ than death prorogued waiting if they love”(2.2.86-87). This shows that Romeo and Juliet truly love each other, which need a certain level of love. Clearly, Romeo and Juliet believe that they are in love and I agree with that. Love at first sight happens to have an unexpected relationship, even though many opponents disagree that love doesn 't exist. Once we understand that there is love at first sight, we will be careful to what we choose.
Romeo uses metaphors to show how he loves Juliet. “What light through yonder window breaks? It is the east and Juliet is the sun!” Another metaphor Romeo uses is also to bright show how he loves Juliet “O, speak again, angel! For thou art as glorious to this night, being o’er my head as is a winged messenger from heaven…” Romeo used those metaphors
The utilization of literary elements in novels, plays, and stories aid in character development by providing audiences with insight into a character 's emotions and perspectives on certain topics. In the play "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakespeare, Romeo 's character is developed through the use of characterization, irony, and conflict. In the play, Romeo is characterized as shallow and shameful through the use of detail and diction when he talks to Juliet in the garden. The detail "bright angel" (Shakespeare, page 838) and "fair maid" (page 839) characterize Romeo as shallow. Romeo is characterized as shallow by explaining that he loves Juliet because of her physical beauty.
Romeo’s complaints give a sliver of insight into the duality of all things, which is a strong, central theme in the play “Romeo and Juliet”. At this moment, Romeo’s heart is heavy as he longs for Rosaline’s affection whilst knowing he cannot gain it. He asks his cousin, Benvolio, to let him hold the torch so that “Being but heavy, [he can] bear the light” (Shakespeare 1.4.12-14). The contrast of his dark, moody, and wallowing attitude against the bright burning light of the torch, suggests that some new and burning desire might enter into the scene soon. Fortunately for Romeo, this will present itself in the form of Juliet.
In the play Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare, Lord Capulet is introduced with a respectful and kind attitude towards his daughter; however, immediately after the death of Tybalt, he becomes much more aggressive and his respect and love for Juliet ceases. In the first section of the play, Capulet discusses Juliet in a thoughtful and favourable way, evidently expressing the love he has for her. While conversing about marriage with Paris, Capulet says "Earth hath swallow 'd all my hope but she;/She 's the hopeful lady of my earth" (I. ii. 14-15).Capulet is indicating with this statement that he cherishes and adores Juliet as she fills him with hope by reason that she is the one and only child he has left. Aside from the parental love he
Romeo would dedicate “Can’t help falling in love” by Elvis Presley to Juliet. The song repeatedly mentions the love that one person has for another. Similarly, the play “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare revolves around the element of love. In the widely known balcony scene in Act 2, Scene 2, Romeo and Juliet, the two star crossed lovers confess their love to each other and planned to get married. Romeo says to Juliet,“How silver-sweet sound lovers’ tongues by night, Like softest music to attending ears!” Romeo is saying that the sound of lovers calling each other 's names at night is almost like music to his ears.
Mark Overby says, “Love is much like a wild rose, beautiful and calm, but willing to draw blood in its defense.” Love, a magnificent and wonderful emotion, not only includes admiration, but requires sacrifice. William Shakespeare’s play, Romeo and Juliet, revolves around the children of two rival families, the Montagues and the Capulets. This feud even has the citizens of the town, Verona, involved in this ancient rivalry. The children, Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet, fall deeply into a love that is forbidden. The young lovers are willing to do anything to be with one another; even if that means they have to sacrifice their lives for each other.
As Romeo confesses, “ROMEO: Did my heart love till now? Forswear it, sight! For I ne’er saw true beauty till this night.” (Romeo and Juliet,1.5.50-51). Romeo makes it clear that his heart is set on Juliet from just seeing her across the room. Realizing that his eyes have been showing him false information about genuine attraction before he glanced at Juliet.