In William Shakespeare 's Romeo and Juliet, both protagonist act impetuous, which alters their lives. They act without thinking and forget that there are consequences to their actions. Both Romeo and Juliet hide the fact that they were in love and married from their families. If Romeo and Juliet really love each other they would take their time to get to know each other. They also would talk things through, but they both have their flaws.
The Coarseness of Love Can the course of love ever run smooth? Many people have different opinions and experiences about love and it’s course. The shakespearean quote “The course of true love never did run smooth” from Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a relevant quote to Much Ado About Nothing, because all the lovers in this play had extremely rough and dramatic love lives. Claudio and Hero, and Beatrice and Benedick had particularly bumpy love courses from the nascent of their relationships. Emotions are one of the main contributions to Shakespeare's “the course of love never did run smooth.” When Hero is exposed at her wedding, and Beatrice is furious with Claudio, Benedick asks what he can do to express his love for Beatrice.
In Romeo and Juliet, Romeo finds the love of his life, little does he know that she belongs to the Capulets which means that he cannot be with her. In the play the prologue reads “Two households, both alike in dignity from ancient grudge break to new mutiny, where evil blood makes civil hands unclean. From forth the
Romeo and Juliet is often viewed as a very romantic and tragic play. However, there are many other lessons and ideas Shakespeare has implanted inside it. In Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare examines how abuse and isolation from one’s family has a negative impact on oneself through the use of harsh diction and imagery. In Scene 3, when Juliet refuses to marry Paris, Capulet exclaims, ““Hang thee, young baggage, disobedient wretch! My fingers itch.” (3.5, 166-170) Capulet's tirade language towards Juliet elucidates the flawed relationship between the Capulet family.
It was the beginning of the end from the moment Romeo and Juliet laid eyes on each other. In the tragic story of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, the two teens were deeply in love, although their families were in a feud that would normally forbid members of the opposing families to be together. Romeo and Juliet ignored this unwritten rule, and eventually caused them both to have premature deaths. Throughout the entire story, light was shown both in the presence of Juliet as a sense of beauty, and also seen as a sense of bad or an ending of a happy occurrence. It was a representation of their relationship, having some great moments and other unpleasant ones.
There are many examples of this in literature and television. One of the most famous plays in history, The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare, helps portray the idea that the impulsiveness of youth can have dire consequences. Romeo is probably the most impulsive character in the story. He fell in love with a woman named Rosaline (Shakespeare 813) who was a nun. The issue there is clear, but Romeo was still young and was blinded from seeing the obvious: that their love will never be.
His decisions guide him down a heedless path and we see how it affects the other characters in the book as well. Because of Romeo’s impulsiveness, we see how impulsiveness affects his future, what it does to his family and his lover, Juliet, and finally revealing the final tragedy of the play. Romeo’s impulsiveness reveals how his love story ended up as a tragedy. He always acts without forethought, like when he first met Juliet in Act 1, Scene 5. All Romeo cared about was how he wanted to be with Juliet the rest of his life, and ignored the fact that conflicts may occur because she’s a Capulet.
It is too rough/ Too rude, too boist’rous, and it pricks like a thorn”(I.iv.25-26). To make matters worse, Romeo is a Montague and Juliet is a Capulet! Their family has had a feud far before the setting of Romeo and Juliet had taken place. Juliet is upset at this as she says “O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo”(II.ii.36), she questions why Romeo must share the name of a Capulet. Juliet metaphorically explains how the name of an object does not change the characteristics of the object itself, when she says “That which we call a rose
Acting quickly when making critical decisions without thinking logically can have severe consequences in all acts of life. In Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet, there are several times throughout the play when a character lets their emotions get the best of them. Almost every time someone makes the decision to act on impulse, it causes a chain reaction that gets worse as the play goes on. Throughout Romeo and Juliet, the characters don’t give themselves enough time to think about their actions, and their impulsive actions lead to Romeo and Juliet’s marriage, fights between the families, and the deaths of the two lovers. Romeo and Juliet’s impulsive actions led them to meet each other and eventually marry.
Most murderers will feel regret after murder Because they did not control their emotions properly when they are in the conflict. It is similar to William Shakespeare’s script Romeo and Juliet, he created a tragedy between two lovers. In the play, Romeo’s refusal to change his impulsive behavior when he has conflicts with other people contributes to his downfall. To put it another way Romeo’s “think to do” cause he and Juliet died. Firstly, when he first time met Juliet, he should not fall in love with Juliet; Secondly, Juliet should not kill Tybalt; Thirdly his behavior after he herded about Juliet’s died let the fate be unfixable.