Loss Of Innocence In Romeo And Juliet

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Romeo and Juliet Essay Would you die for true love? In Romeo and Juliet we see what true love looks like. We see that the true partnership between Romeo and Juliet sadly comes down to their death. However, that can all be avoided if both Romeo, and Juliet where more cautious about the way they handled there relationship. In William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, we see that anger, fate/chance, and impatience is the main cause of their tragic death. The first form of anger that we see in Romeo and Juliet is when the prince says, "If you ever disturb our streets again, your lives shall pay for the forfeit of the peace" (I. i. 6)." The meaning of this quote is, those who fight in the streets of Verona shall die. The princes quote foreshadowed death during the end of the play. This threat does come true, all of the individuals who fought lost their lives at the end of the play. The second example of anger that we see in Romeo and Juliet is when the…show more content…
The first from of impatience that we see is when the friar says, "Wisely, and slow. They stumble who run fast" (II. III. 4)." This quote means those who rush, and go fast will stumble/fall which sets you up for failure. If Romeo wouldn't have rushed he wouldn't have "stumbled" died in the play. The second example of impatience is when Romeo moved the wedding day ahead. Romeo was being very impatient, lovesick. If Romeo stuck to the the Friars plan, everything wouldn't have been fine. But even at the end impatience caused both of them to die. The final example of impatience is when Romeo rushed to conclusions and thought Juliet was dead. If Romeo was more patient he would have realized the truth, and he wouldn't have died. Due to Romeos impatience we see that his death was earlier than expected. We see some strong evidence in the following examples however, I feel that anger, and chance/fate played a more important role of the tragic
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