They also would talk things through, but they both have their flaws. Romeo falls in love with the beauty of women and doesn 't even get a chance to get to know them. While Juliet doesn 't want to be married, for fear that her marriage will be like her parents, where there 's no love expect for their child. So Romeo and Juliet aren 't model citizens and have their flaws and they both seem to leap before looking. Both Romeo and Juliet seem to act hast in their desertions, which,
Although Romeo and Juliet both suffer during the course of the tragedy, Juliet’s suffering is greater, because her love for Romeo causes her complications with her family. Juliet’s suffering is much greater than Romeo’s because she has to face the reality that, even though she’s married to Romeo, her father has arranged her marriage to Paris and isn’t about to change his mind. When Lady Capulet tells Juliet about the wedding plans, she tries her best to refuse without sounding ungrateful. Upon hearing this Capulet is completely out of sorts. He yells at Juliet saying, “Hang thee, young baggage, disobedient wretch!
Romeo and Juliet had just met and they were already bewitched by each other (2.Prologue.6). The word bewitched, as used in the play, means to enchant, charm, or fascinate (2.Prologue.6). Romeo and Juliet did not have the time to get to know each other so they were enchanted by looks not personality. This quote also implies that both Romeo and Juliet are charmed by each other, which means that both of them rushed into the relationship. A rushed relationship is one that is not firmly founded.
Their vision becomes is obstructed by the love they have for one another, they don’t even learn they are enemies until later. “Is she a Capulet?” , asks Romeo to the nurse(Romeo and Juliet 1.5.117) “Come hither, nurse. What is yond gentleman?” , Juliet asks about Romeo to the nurse (Romeo and Juliet 1.5.126) The best example of love blinding rationale is when romeo is banished. Juliet does not even weep for Tybalt, her cousin, she only weeps for Romeo. Romeo says, “Ha, banishment!
The greatest things to ever happen all take place in the mind. In William Shakespeare’s tragic play Macbeth, the character Macbeth’s rise to kingship and fall from grace take place, with his inner thoughts being shown by his speech. The events going on in Macbeth’s mind generated a rush of excitement through the passionate emotions shown in his speech. Suspense was continually built up throughout the story of Macbeth’s internal struggle to remain king intensified. Macbeth’s climax was contrary to the climax of most stories, instead of being played out in a series of actions it is played out in a series of events going on in Macbeth’s mind.
What I think makes Romeo and Juliet the play that it is is by the theme of miscommunication. Miscommunication also connects with the theme of secrets too. If there were no secrets in the book then there wouldn’t be a miscommunication at the end of the play. If more people knew about their love for each other and their marriage no one probably would get killed. Juliet wouldn’t had to take the position to fake she’s dead.
William Shakespeare once said, “Death is a fearful thing”. This does not relate to the play Romeo and Juliet because they are willing to take risks that jeopardize their life. Juliet and Romeo are fine with taking their lives for each other because they are willing to do anything for each other. In the play, Romeo and Juliet are in love, but they have problems with their families having a feud with one another. They try to overcome their families hating each other, however, they cannot overcome it and eventually they die because of the feud.
Paris has fallen in love with Juliet and wants to marry her right away. Juliet hates that Paris wants to marry her because she is already married. She is willing to commit suicide, then just run or sneak out to Romeo. She threatens to kill Friar Lawrence because she wants to be with Romeo and not marry Paris. Juliet is annoyed by Paris and can’t stand really being with him at all.
Personal desire and choosing to conform is a battle between right and wrong, shown in the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, because Juliet chooses Romeo over everyone else, pursuing what she wants to make herself happy, but everyone else in the family views this as wrong. Juliet wants to do the right thing, which is doing what makes her happy. Lady Capulet wants to know Juliet’s idea of getting married but Juliet does not want to get married, which upsets her family and the nurse. “It is an honour that I dream not of.” (Act 1, Scene 3, line 68). Juliet feels that she is too young and too immature to get married, she wants to explore what makes her happy.
While the trait reason holds a high value by the characters in the play, it overlooks the fact that the characters in the play easily gets enslaved by their uncontrolled passions, that led to disaster. The first example of a character’s uncontrolled passion can be shown by Ophelia when she gets deflowered by her boyfriend, Hamlet ignoring the warnings of patriarchal pressure about women’s behavior in society because she is passionately in love with him. We later find out that Ophelia is not a virgin anymore when she sings during her insanity after Hamlet departures to England and her father’s death. “ Quoth she “Before you tumbled me, you promised me to wed.”” (4,5,67-68) This implies that Ophelia is so passionately in love with Hamlet that she willing gave her