Impatient In Romeo And Juliet

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How Romeo is impatient Romeo was many different types of emotions such as bipolar or depressed but to me, I think that Romeo was mostly impatient in the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. The meaning of inpatient is restlessly eager. Throughout the entire story Romeo was showing signs of impatience and did not think about what he was going to do next. There were many scenes where Romeo was being impatient and the first time was when he decided to go off and marry Juliet. They rushed into the marriage which caused friction in the households. Another way that Romeo was impatient was when he killed Tybalt. Romeo literally did not think and killed Tybalt. The final reason was when Romeo finds out Juliet was dead and he immediately…show more content…
In the text it states “Staying for thine to keep him company; Either thou or I, or both, must go with him.” In these lines, Romeo is saying that Mercutio is above their heads waiting for either Tybalt, Romeo, or both of them to be there with him. I do not think that Romeo thought this out thoroughly. Romeo had just married the cousin of Tybalt which is a Capulet about an hour before this scene takes place, Romeo should have thought about his wife than of revenge. In this scene, Romeo goes to find Tybalt so they can fight about Mercutio’s death. “This shall determine that,” Romeo tells Tybalt this because he is saying that the fight will determine who dies for the death of Mercutio. “Romeo, away, be gone!; The citizens are up, and Tybalt slain.” Benvolio, Romeo’s cousin is trying to get him away from the murder because there are witnesses to him killing Tybalt. “Oh, I am fortune’s fool.” Romeo is saying that he is a fool for just marrying Juliet then go out and kill her cousin. I think that Romeo was just mad and wanted revenge and did not have the time to think. Romeo is worried about his relationship with Juliet and how it will end between them, but if Romeo was not an impatient character he would not have to worry about that because he would have known better not to have killed
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