Emotion In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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The love story of “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare is a very powerful and delicate piece of literature that shows much emotion. The emotion and expression that is created can be described in many ways like angry, sadness, and others. Techniques used to develop this play are things like “big but words”, lists from the speaker, and full stops. It is developed through emotion and hardship. There is many downfalls in the play. The emotion and expression that is created can be described in many ways. From this quote it shows that the speaker in the beginning is sad or upset when he says “... to-morrow, and you shall find me a grave man.” This shows that the speaker is sad and seems to show a sign of depression. He is unhappy in some way.…show more content…
The amount of emotion in this story really makes the reader or viewer understand the characters feelings. For example an emotion the reader can feel from this speech is “No, ‘tis not so deep as a well, nor so wide as a church-door; but ‘tis enough…” This quote seems to show traces of sadness or the feeling that the speaker is getting over a great loss. Going into depth with that quote, the speaker could be saying that there is nothing large enough to possibly hold back the pain or contain something, but there is something that is just enough to do so. Another way the play is developed is through hardship. There is many deaths and terrible acts in the play such as the recent death of Tybalt or the act of banishing Romeo from Verona. A way the speech can relate to the hardship is where the text states “I am peppered, I warrant, for this world.” This shows that the speaker may be giving up or wants justice for something. In conclusion, the love story of “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare is a very powerful and delicate piece of literature that shows much emotion. The emotion and expression that is created can be described like anger or sadness. Techniques used to develop this play are “big but words”, lists from the speaker, and full stops. The play is developed through much emotion and hardship. There is many downfalls in the play that lead to the climax and ending of the
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