Throughout Romeo and Juliet, Juliet changes her attitude towards love and marriage because of uncertainty, happiness, and marriage being forced on her. In the beginning of Romeo and Juliet, Juliet is has uncertainty about love and marriage, when she talks to Lady Capulet and say “It is an honor that I dream not of.” and how she speaks in short answers when she answers Lady Capulet. Juliet's attitude towards love and marriage when she meets Romeo and becomes happy you know she is happy because she marries him because she loves him you know because she says “I gave thee mine before thou didst request it, And yet I would it were to give again.” she is talking about her vow of love.
Romeo and Juliet Anyone who’s ever heard about Romeo and Juliet think it’s about two star-crossed lovers so in love they're willing to die for each other. Those who read it know it’s more to it. In “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare, one of the underlying themes is the fickleness and inconsistency of young love. Throughout the story it shows the two star crossed lovers expressing what truly is young love. Romeo goes to Friar Lawrence's cell to tell him about the new love of his life, Juliet.
s young love worth lying for? Why? In Shakespeare’s, Romeo and Juliet, Act 3, lies are more powerful than love. Romeo gets caught in a bad situation with Tybalt because of the lies, and can’t find a decent way out of it. Because he wouldn’t fight Tybalt, Romeo should’ve told the truth. Juliet has to stay true to Romeo and reject Paris because of their lies. Romeo and Juliet happen to be loyal to each other because of their lies, not love. In Act 3, each lie causes more problems. Love couldn’t compete against lies for Romeo and Juliet, however some people argue that love could compete against the lies.
Healthy and successful relationships are based on a mutual respect, appreciation and a deep love rooted in trust. Most couples establish a sustainable relationship over a long period of time, rather than fixating on physical attraction and carnal desires. In truth, love is often mistaken for lust. In Romeo and Juliet, one can see the misinterpretation of infatuation for true love. Lust overcomes the couple’s actions and causes them to continuously make rash decisions without any consideration of the consequences. Romeo becomes infatuated with Juliet and even before meeting her, claims to love her. However, his love is based on her beauty which causes him to uncontrollably profess his love for her: “Did my heart love till now? Forswear it, sight, For
Capulet describes Juliet as one of the only hopes he has left, and therefore does not want her to marry too soon. He wants her to marry only if she truly loves the person and will be happy spending the rest of her life with him. When Capulet is discussing the possible marriage of Paris and Juliet, he describes how he will only give his approval after she agrees to marry him: “My will to her consent is but a part/ And she agreed, within her scope of choice/ Lies my consent and fair according voice” (1.2.17-19). Capulet acknowledges that his “will” is a small part of what goes into Juliet deciding whom she will marry; “her consent” is much more important.
Juliet’s attitude towards love and marriage changes throughout “Romeo and Juliet”, from not looking for a relationship, to falling deeply in love with Romeo and getting married, to being so much in love with him she cannot live without him. At the beginning Juliet was asked about her thoughts on marriage. She said that “It is an honor that I dream not of”, meaning that she is not looking for a relationship. However, when Juliet met Romeo at the ball, she started to fall in love with him. Juliet kept spending more time with Romeo and fell deeply in love with him, and eventually got married to him.
Romeo and juliet do not have fully developed brains. They are still teenagers, They don't have a full understanding of what love is and how it works. Romeo and juliet were under the stress of their family's. Romeo wanted to get married as soon as possible thinking that their families vendettas would end, juliet agreed and they decided to get married, As with most suicides, there is more to the story than just the ending. It’s never just that they wanted to end their life.
*One of the most iconic love stories ever written has many different love types throughout the story. Shakespeare’s “Romeo And Juliet” has examples of Unrequited love, Romantic love, parental love, Friendship, and Love of Family Honor. Two very prominent love types shown in this story are Unrequited love, and Romantic love. These two love types have similarities and differences, and will be expanded on after examples are shown. The story of “Romeo And Juliet” has many love types.
When Juliet first sees Romeo, she is immediately in love with him and thinks about marrying him. Juliet abruptly speaks ”Go ask his name. If he be married, My grave is like to be my wedding bed. ”(1.5.132-133). This shows that Juliet is very desperate towards her feelings for Romeo, and him not loving her is not worth living.
In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the title characters make impulsive decisions from the moment they are introduced to the audience. For example, during the first moments of meeting in Act I, both Romeo and Juliet profess their love for each other and Juliet even claims, in seeking out Romeo’s identity, that “If he is married, My grave is like to be my wedding bed” (Shakespeare 396). Juliet, in these lines, is stating that if she cannot have Romeo, she would rather die than be with anyone else. This behavior is rather surprising, as Juliet has just met Romeo and knows nothing about him.
Romeo and Juliet’s Decision Making Process A prologue reads: “From forth the fatal loins of these two foes /A pair of star-crossed lovers take their life” (1.1.5-6). This famous quote was echoed around the story of Romeo and Juliet and told of two families and their feuding relationship. Written by Shakespeare, the story contains the theme “Think through the choices you make.”