but they don’t, when the audience knows about the marriage but no one else does, and when we know Juliet is faking her death but no one else does. When Romeo and Juliet first met they had no idea that they were on oppisite sides of the Capulet and Montagues fued. They met and ended up falling for each other before learning their true identities. For example when Romeo learned that Juliet was a Capulet he responded “Is she a Capulet? O dear account!
Does the story of “Romeo and Juliet” show love is stronger, or hate is stronger? Which side do you choose? In Romeo and Juliet there 's a lot of love and hate. Romeo and Juliet fall in love with each other and eventually get married. The only flaw with this relationship is the fact that their families have a lot of enmity towards each other.
The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare has toyed with the emotions of its audience members for centuries. The play’s main characters, Romeo and Juliet, love one another in spite of the feud between their families and later on, in the wallows of grief, each take their own life. While the characters both meet their end tragically, it was their choices that realistically led them down that path. The cause of the two “star-crossed lovers” final end is not due to fate or destiny, but by their own foolish hands.
Just thinking about someone falling in love and killing themselves at the age of 13 is just stupid to me. The Friar wasn’t strict enough to say no and the Capulets were too strict to let Juliet live her life with Romeo. If there is one thing I have learned from this story, it’s that you always want to meet your other half 's family. Especially once you
As regular human beings, we feel the primal sensibility of finding true love. But finding true love might be very difficult because of the chance of an infatuation. In the romantic play “Romeo and Juliet”, by William Shakespeare, there are two main characters that come from families that have always hated each other.
William Shakespeare once wrote, “It is not in the stars to hold people’s destiny but in themselves.” Despite the depth of an ancient family feud, Romeo and Juliet pursued their love together, considered by some to be infatuated, even when given many obstacles to overcome. Rather than live without one another, the two teens took their lives to put the everlasting feud to a halt. Romeo and Juliet are victims of destiny, star-crossed lovers whose death’s are inevitable of doom due to their lack of approval from society, passion of love, and unfortunate luck.
Plus Romeo and Paris are very noble. They try their hardest they can to not get into fights. Even though Romeo killed Paris he honored him by fulfilling his request which was to lie next to Juliet. While two young men by the name of Romeo and Paris, share the same love for the same Juliet but are different in many ways and alike in many ways. All Romeo and Juliet wanted to do was get married to each other, but instead they committed suicide because their family wouldn’t let them be together.
It is just far too easy to say: “If what I did was wrong, how come nothing stopped it? It must have been fated, therefore I did nothing wrong.” By giving us this feeling that our life is predestined, we no longer feel like we’re responsible for our actions and the consequences. We can find clear literary examples of this “fated destinies” in Shakespeare’s tragedy “Romeo and Juliet”. In the play, the two main characters fall in love with each other, in spite of their two feuding families who would be devastated to find out they’re together.
William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet," is a timeless story about forbidden love and mankind's desperation for romance, no matter how daunting or humiliating the task. Our two lovers, named Romeo and Juliet as the title presents, are restricted by fate, as they each persist to a rival family. They see past their archaic feud and become secretly wed. The couple, along with a friar, devise a plan to run away together and escape the grasp of their families horrid clash. The plan goes awry as word of the plan does not reach Romeo, and results in the death of both him and his beloved Juliet.
Before they, Romeo and Juliet, had died, they had gotten married without anyone else knowing. The love of Romeo and Juliet was real. If it was not real to anyone else it was real to them.
Throughout the internationally acclaimed novel, Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare conveys the theme of young love fabricating an ill-advised notion. First of all, Romeo and Juliet’s family and friends dislike one another, presuming a strenuous relationship. Furthermore, Romeo and Juliet constitute irrational decisions due to their spontaneous intimacy. From the beginning, the novel clearly demonstrates Romeo and Juliet’s family’s disgust for one another. Romeo and Juliet’s family animosity foreshadows difficulty for the young romance.
Romeo did not think of the consequences before his actions. His thoughtless behavior led to the end of his and his star-crossed lover’s life. At first, Romeo Montague was a very disheartened teenager because Rosaline, his old love, wouldn’t love him like he did. Then, he meets Juliet and suddenly is life is filled with life and passion. He loved fiercely, and went to great lengths for Juliet.
Juliet only briefly thinks of the difficulty of the two families coming together, but is then drawn back to Romeo’s convincing suggestion. This situation is one of the fatal mistakes that leads to the death of Romeo, Juliet, and many others. In another instance, Tybalt engaged in a fight with Mercutio, Romeo’s best friend, resulting in Mercutio’s death. Mercutio stepped in to take Romeo’s place unaware of the fact that Romeo was now part of the Capulet family and therefore unwilling to fight Tybalt, Juliet’s cousin. When Mercutio died, instead of thinking about what the consequences might be, Romeo slayed Tybalt instantly.
In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet there is a predetermined destiny set for both Romeo and Juliet. Shakespeare begins his play with a sonnet foreshadowing the ending. In Act 1 Scene 1 Prince Escalus’s punishment is emphasized, implying that his scolding of the feuding families will be useful later. Romeo predicts his own downfall in a dream he has.