The worst decision of the story is them, continuing to pursue each other after they meet at the dance. After meeting at the dance, Romeo and Juliet continue to pursue each other. Romeo speaks to Juliet, and tells her “I take thee at thy word call me but love and I'll be new baptized. Henceforth I never will be Romeo” while he is under her balcony. (Shakespeare 2.2.50) From the quote, you can see that the decision of Romeo to go after Juliet after the dance helps them get closer to the tragic end.
People say you only fall in love once; however, what if you have no choice but to fall in love a second time? One might have extreme feelings for one person, but the next minute they could have feelings for another person. Love can be portrayed as a bully that victimises those who fall for its games. In Shakespeare's play, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, love is expressed as a bully and targets the people of Athens and those within a magical fairyland. Although, the characters have good intentions, many things go wrong.
Romeo and his friend Benvolio ran into Peter a servant from the Capulets that had the list of names of the people who were going to attend the mask party and Romeo helped Peter read the list and he decided he wanted to attend the party. What Romeo did was that he wore a mask so no one recognize him and a Montague. When he got there he saw Juliet and fell in love with her the moment he laid his eyes on her but juliet 's cousin Tybalt recognized romeo and wanted to kill him on the spot but Lord Capulet insisted that Tybalt did not disrupt the part because the prince would get mad. After that Romeo goes over to Juliet and tells her his feelings towards her and they kiss. The nurse(juliet 's) informs Romeo that Juliet is a Capulet and that bothered him a lot.
In Act 2, Oberon puts a love potion on Titania as a trick to make her fall in love with a beast. “I will place the pollen from the flowers loin Titania's eyelids so that the next thing she sees- be it lion, bear, wolf, or bull- she will fall madly in love with, and I will get that boy.”(5) Oberon controls Titaina with a love potion to make her fall in love with a hideous beast because he is angry that she won't give him the little boy. In anger he is controlling his wife to get what he wants. In the same Act, Oberon tells his fairy servant Puck… “All I want is that little human boy she keeps.” Oberon wants the little boy to make him into his own henchman, but Titania will not let him have the boy because she feels responsible for the child when his mom
This chance at marriage gets Paris one step closer to having Juliet. This later turns into a love triangle causing more suicidal thoughts on Romeo and Juliet’s love situation. This is because it makes their affair more complex, which is hard to handle when they are still in their teenage years. Another event that contributes to the idea of Paris’s determination, focuses on Paris’s stupidity. Determination and stupidity are related in the play because when people have determination, it causes them to do stupid things, like drinking poison.
Embrace the Perfectly Imperfect Imagine being someone with a flaw so immense that it changes the ways you go about life. This could simply be a trait that someone had picked up due to a weakness or mistake they have made in the past. Also, can be the act of being too young to accept responsibilities. We follow Romeo, a tragic hero through the downfall of himself and his wife Juliet. The events that Romeo and Juliet take part of throughout life can be seen in time and in the choices they make alone, but also as a whole.
However against this background of civil conflict, something wonderful happens, two young people fall in love. But there is only one problem one of them is a Montague, a dreamy young man named Romeo, and the other a Capulet, beautiful thirteen-year old Juliet. Moreover the play begins with a street conflict between. Where the Prince tries to bring back order by threatening punishment of death to the next person who starts a fight. However Romeo, originally is in love with Rosaline, he is convinced by his friends to attend the Capulet ball where he falls in love with Juliet, and he quickly forgot Rosaline.
Throughout the Acts of The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, we notice impulsive decisions. Both Romeo and Juliet claimed they were madly in love. Many scenes in Romeo and Juliet include impulsive decisions as a way to have conflict. The conflict in Romeo And Juliet is constructed with dramatic Irony, which is used throughout the play. Romeo and Juliet love new experiences, teenage brain influences her impulsive behavior.
Unfortunately, life is not easy and instead, their parents are actually in a feud. Juliet is from House Capulet, while Romeo is from House Montague. After a shocking twist in the play, Romeo is exiled from Verona. Heartbroken, Juliet hatches a plan in order