Emotional Behavior In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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In the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare exaggerates the emotional behavior and the impressive sensation of Romeo whose impetuous motivation impacted and decided the path of fate, the death of many characters in the story. The expression of Romeo is a key that toward the whole plot to the dead. Shakespeare emphasizes the young love between Romeo and Juliet is under the profound passion that explored at the first sight, but he let the foreordination of their death be started by the temporarily, naive and critical love. Romeo is not only the main character, but also a crucial factor that strongly affects the death of Tybalt, Paris, Juliet and himself. All the reactions of Romeo to each events are meticulous to map out for the…show more content…
When Romeo was enamored to Juliet, he is destined to live with her forever until the death comes to them. Every light, sun, and moon in the plot are represented their love which express how important each other is in the oppressive situation of feud. The stressful pressure from both families caused the spirit of Romeo in tension. Shakespeare put tons of stress on Romeo who is more mature than young Juliet, so the way that Romeo presents his emotional will be extremely overstated. “Some consequence yet hanging in the stars shall bitterly begin his fearful date with this night’s revels, and expire the term of a despised life closed in my breast by some vile forfeit of untimely death.”(1.4.113-118) The monologue of Romeo impacts the feeling of passion and the fate of love. The promise to Juliet is heavy, sweet but cruel in the end. When the heart-breaking news of Juliet’s death makes the mind of Romeo intense, death will be only solution that Romeo must…show more content…
—”(5.1.2) Unbelievable, dread, and despair, all the negative emotion, are explored to Romeo’s heart. From this point, he starts to loathe fate that takes his lover to the place of angel. Romeo is getting mad and crazy, and he even killed Paris at first sight after a little conversation. At the moment, he chose to die with Juliet. The undelivered letter, the death of Paris and the deadly poison brings Romeo to his death. What if Romeo can calm down for a while or come to the tomb later? If he stays calm and accepts the death of Juliet, the play will never be a tragedy! “The which if you with patient ears attend, What here shall miss, our toil shall strive to mend.” (Prologue 13-14) The death of Romeo and Juliet was predestinated at the beginning of the story, and Shakespeare just made it come truth by the events he elaborated. As long as Romeo and Juliet are still feud and love each other deeply, they will never escape from the control of
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