Shakespeare communicates the love that Juliet possesses for Romeo wonderfully with the use of distinct language techniques. In particular, Juliet’s love for Romeo is crafted into the story and demonstrated
William Shakespeare included metaphors in his play Romeo And Juliet to explain the relationship between Romeo and Juliet while enhancing the reader's experience. When Romeo comes to the Capulet ball he immediately notices Juliet and her beauty. When Romeo first sees Juliet he already lets her know his love for her, “If I profane with my unworthiest hand this holy shrine, the gentle sin is this: My lips, two blushing pilgrims, ready stand to smooth that rough touch with my tender kiss” (1.5.104-107). Romeo compares himself to Pilgrims and the way Pilgrims worship a holy shrine, saying how much he worships Juliet. This lets the audience know how to should appreciate any lover but not go to the extent of worshipping them.
Regarding the love between Romeo and Juliet, we can see that it is shown as ideal, perfect and young love. In order to understand it in a proper way, it is necessary to explore the chronological order of events related to the development of their love. In the act I, scene V, Romeo meets Juliet at the ball of Capulet´s house, and he thinks she is the love of his life. He says: “O she doth teach the torches to burn bright.
In contrast with the language that describes the beauty of Lavinia, Marcus also gives a description of the wound that Lavinia carries. Giving the portrait of Lavinia and what happened to her, we realize how violent and horrible Demetrius and Chiron are, and we further realize how evil Tamora and Aaron are, and
“Till thou shalt know the reason of my love; And so, good Capulet, which name I tender As dearly as mine own, be satisfied.” (III.1 pg. 65) Romeo uses dramatic Irony as he begins to fight, after trying to be peaceful with Tybalt. Shakespeare emphases the role of fate or chance as well as Romeo’s character, the code of honour, as to making the play tragic. During the duel, the actions of the characters are determined by human
Shakespeare used literally devices for Romeo and Juliet's feelings toward one another in the balcony scene. Shakespeare uses a metaphor of Romeo calling Juliet the sun. Then Juliet calls Romeos hands and lips holy palmer. Romeo says Juliet has pilgrims and lips but Juliet says lips are to be used in prayer. Romeo also calls Juliet a saints lips and hands and that she kisses by the book.
However, Shakespeare makes it undoubtedly implicit that “Romeo’s feelings have not been transformed, merely transferred to another person” (Seward). Therefore, Romeo’s love for Juliet is something completely different, and unique. Instead, Romeo and Juliet’s love sparked at their first glance. As a result, the romance perspective of Romeo and Juliet provides the audience with a story they enjoy. This shows how Shakespeare has an impressive understanding of what the audience is compelled
and, lips, O you the doors of breath, seal with a righteous kiss,”. It is seen in Act 1 that every occurrence was written in the stars and was supposed to occur. Shakespeare includes different literary devices throughout the play to warn the audience of what takes place next in the performance. The playwright shows the audience that Romeo has strong feelings towards destiny. Romeo expresses this opinion in multiples of Acts and Scenes.
So, we can say young adults are a second target audience for Shakespeare. o Purpose: Romance novels with perfect loving couples have a clear purpose; entertainment. However, why would Shakespeare write such a tragic end to Romeo and Juliet? In addition to entertaining the masses of Elizabethan citizens who came to his plays, Shakespeare wanted to send a message to young lovers.
Romeo sees Juliet dancing and fall in love at first sight. Romeo approaches Juliet to take his hand and dance while he delivers the lines Quotations in the scene 2: ‘’if I profane with my unworthiest hand holy shrine, the gentle sin is this my lips, two blushing pilgrims, ready stand to smooth that rough touch with a tender kiss” Explanation 2: It means appreciating the beauty of the lady while he comparing Juliet to a beauty of a saint. This scene can be classified as Aesthetics philosophy appreciating beauty and artistic value are being displayed and the romantic side of the events are shown. And we have ethics which even though they know that their family has a feud.
The Innocence of Love The award winning story about two lovers is something that will never be forgotten. It is easy to fall in love with the language of William Shakespeare, the world’s greatest poet and play wright. “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate. ”(Sonnet 18)
How would the tragic tale of Romeo and Juliet be affected without the benevolence of Benvolio Montague? Shakespeare 's legendary tale of romantic tragedy explores the story of how two “-star crossed lovers-” (I.i.5) who, ultimately, take their lives in order to be together and escape the conflict between their two families. Benvolio’s peace-making skills within the play are demonstrated throughout the abundance of conflicts that plague the tale; his altruistic and compassionate personality burns a fervent effect on others, whilst not excluding him from the effects of friendly peer-pressure. Most crucially, he pledges to his convictions by being the bearer and speaker of the pure truth, even in the face of calamity. Benvolio’s character,
Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet contributes a portion of it’s popularity due to it’s almost eccentric use of dramatic irony and other literary instances, (some of which are pioneered by Shakespeare himself), which makes it difficult for the reader to lose interest. Imagery, a common example of a literary device, is the articulate formation of words to develop a vivid “scene” in the reader’s mind. There are many subcategories of imagery, albeit this particular essay will specifically cover his continuous usage of “Light and Dark Imagery”, which are forms of imagery that reference nouns resembling literal “light” objects in conjunction with being “good” objects, and vice versa. In this Shakespeare classic, Light and Dark imagery is used to convey and to even “exaggerate” Romeo’s love for Juliet, and Juliet’s love for Romeo.
In the tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare tells a tragic story about how two forbidden lovers sacrifice is the only way to resolve the feud between their families. Even though Romeo and Juliet have a tragic ending, the road there is not that bad. In Act II, Scene ii, Shakespeare shows one of the lovers’ first conversations, which is painted by his very careful choice of words. He uses syntax, diction, and other narrative devices to depict the mood of Romeo and Juliet and In the passage, Shakespeare uses syntax to set the differing moods between Romeo and Juliet.
Shakespeare uses metaphors and similes to express Juliet's anxiety and excitement towards spending her first night with Romeo as a married couple. Juliet's anxiety is apparent when she states,”if love be blind, it best agrees with night”(3.2.9-10). What Juliet is saying is that if love can’t see, then a time when it's dark and seeing is not required would be optimal for it. This optimizes her anxious feelings about spending a night with Romeo because it shows she is unsure of how it will be. Juliet is very anxious for Romeo because she is unsure of what to expect.