Benvolio suggests that Romeo will move on from his past lover, Rosaline, and find a new girl. When Juliet sees Romeo for the first time as he leaves the Capulet 's party, she asks the nurse to find out information about him. For starters, in the play Juliet says, " Go ask his name._ If he be married, my grave is like to be my wedding bed." Juliet means she will rather die unmarried because she cannot love anyone else. This ironically foreshadows her death if she marries him.
Due to the fact that they do not have parents to teach them to be their own person and think for themselves, they are used by the King and Queen to get the information that they want. Although they are not insane like Hamlet becomes, they are very dumb characters that get used time and time again by different people. As you can see, the lack of parents is just as bad as having parents that traumatize their children. As you can see, children can be set astray from what their parents want them to be based on just their methods of parenting. Hamlet went absolutely insane, Ophelia lost respect for her father and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are incapable of thinking for
Love is a relative term. For one, it may resemble a passion distinct from another. However, regardless of its true definition, a rising demographic has argued of the plausibility behind love at first sight, a heavy reliance throughout Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Thus, it is worth noting that Romeo’s love for Juliet is in fact not true love, as he has forgotten of whom he once thought his only desire, wishes to be married a single day following his encounter, and remains far too young to understand what love truly is. To begin, Romeo and Juliet’s love for one another is not true love because it began not long following Romeo’s grief in regard of Rosaline.
For example Hermia 's dad wanted her to marry Demetrius but Hermia refused to, all Hermia wanted from her dad was to let her marry Lysander. Hermia thought if I can 't be with him I might as well just kill myself, and Shakespeare made what Hermia kinda thought into the play that the workers performed for them at the wedding.
Upon meeting Katherine, Petruchio does not hold back, “So let’s cut to the chase: your father has consented for you to become my wife. Your dowry is agreed upon, and whether you like it or not, I will marry you.” (Shakespeare, 2.1.258-261) which from the start he is saying that he does not care if she likes him or not. In 10 Things I Hate About You, Patrick builds a relationship with Katherine and puts an end to the payments for taking her out, “Some asshole paid me to take out this really great girl...but I screwed up, I, um, I fell for her.” In the play, Petruchio tries to win Katherine over for the challenge of taming a shrewish woman. Patrick, in the movie, develops feelings for her
First, she married Romeo which was a big mistake. She knows well the feud happening between their families, but continues the relationship with Romeo even though it will upset her family. “ Come, come with me, and we will make short work; For, by your leaves, you shall not stay alone Till Holy Church incorporate two in one.”( Act 2. Scene 6. Lines 35-37).
Later in the final scene, that is the fifth, Romeo makes his escape after almost being caugth by Lord Capulet at the first sign of sunlight, when Lord Capulet thinks that Juliet will disobey his orders, he claims that he will disown and release Juliet to live without the support of her family. Later this would come and define that the parents had forced their kin to fall in love and marry who they wanted and have them give no constent on who they were going to spend the rest of their personal lives with some they might not like or not known. The remorse of the family leaves the tale of Romeo and Juliet with knowning what the feud and fighting of events that have cause the few born of their blood to commit an actually that is the last they will
In Act I Scene III, her brother Laertes and father Polonius tell her that Hamlet will not marry her since he is the heir to the throne, he may choose to marry whomever he pleases. Ophelia believes, however, that Hamlet does truly love her, even though he denied it in the Nunnery Scene. This is an example of how Ophelia is hesitant on making her own decisions but chooses
In Othello, Desdemona has noticed a change of how Othello feels towards her. Othello has been so controlled by Iago that he considers “a man of honesty and trust” (I.iii.284), which lead him to doubt Desdemona’s faithfulness. Desdemona even wonders if a woman “would do such a deed for all the world” (IV.iii.65). Desdemona felt that all women in her society would never confront their husbands due to fear that was installed in them. Emalia explains to Desdemona that there are certainly women who would be unfaithful to their husbands.
Lord Capulet cannot be blamed because it is human nature to dislike someone. It is nearly impossible to not dislike someone in life. He also could not be to blame because he was not even a huge deal in the play. The only reason you need him in there is because, Juliet needs a mother and a father to be born. If he like ran away or died when Juliet the play would still be on the same level of dispar.