Foils In Romeo And Juliet Essay

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Literary devices help in such a way that need them to survive; they help by showing what are the meanings of sentences and how they work. They usually make the sentence that make more powerful and more vibrant to the reader and show that sentences can be more stunning in a way. In Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, are many different foils in the play. The two families, the Capulets and the Montagues, they differ from just how do not like each other, and on how they battle most of the time. These fights usually happen from one person getting mad at a person from a different family, some might fight from one liking a person and the person might have person that wants to be with them but they are not letting that happen. Some might also get in fights from how they dislike each other and how the Prince has to break up the fights in which they might want to keep fighting. Shakespeare uses a foil to deepen understanding of the play by showing how people are differing from one another.
The two characters are the fighter and the peacekeeper, which are Tybalt and Benvolio. These two differ because …show more content…

When Romeo and Mercutio is talking to each other, Romeo said “Not I, Believe me. You have dancing shoes with nimble soles; I have a soul of lead so stakes me to the ground I cannot move”(I. iv.14-16). Romeo is overcome with sadness because of his love struck condition. Mercutio mocks Romeo’s vision of love and the devices he uses to express his emotions. Romeo and Mercutio are talking to one another, and Mercutio said “You are a lover. Borrow cupid's wings and soar with them above a common”(I. iv. 17-18). Since Romeo is in a way that he does not want to be joked around with. Mercutio is determined to cheer him up. He is making fun of Romeo, but he is doing it in a friendly way. This comes together because Shakespeare is showing that Mercutio is a happy, joker, and Romeo is like a sad panda of some

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