Love can be a strong word. Hate is even stronger. Strong words can either tear apart someone or make them stronger. The love used between Romeo and Juliet, was strong. It made some people stronger, but it also tore some people down. Love is something that can have a very significant outcome, but it can also acquire many consequences. Romeo and Juliet had many special memories. In order for those memories to have occurred, consequences had to come about. During the play, love drove the lovers to deny their social lives; their families, friends, and their ruler. Love can be a violent, ecstatic, and an empowering force that overcomes all other values, emotions, and loyalties.
Can one’s love back then share relation to the meaning of modern love in today’s time?
Although some people can argue Romeo and Juliet 's relationship was based on love, I believe their relationship was solely based on lust, because of the outside pressures through social interactions between themselves and their families, their physical interactions and sexual drive toward one another and the speed of their relationship prove that Romeo and Juliet had pressures and thoughts that were not based on their love for each other, but were based on lust and their desire for sexual
Life does not grant all wishes. The Tragedy of Romeo & Juliet is a play written by the well-known author William Shakespeare that goes to reveal two star-crossed lovers that embark on a journey both did not see coming their way. William Shakespeare uses the motif of misused passion to show the meaning of love between Romeo & Juliet and often hasty decisions can have terrible ending.
s young love worth lying for? Why? In Shakespeare’s, Romeo and Juliet, Act 3, lies are more powerful than love. Romeo gets caught in a bad situation with Tybalt because of the lies, and can’t find a decent way out of it. Because he wouldn’t fight Tybalt, Romeo should’ve told the truth. Juliet has to stay true to Romeo and reject Paris because of their lies. Romeo and Juliet happen to be loyal to each other because of their lies, not love. In Act 3, each lie causes more problems. Love couldn’t compete against lies for Romeo and Juliet, however some people argue that love could compete against the lies.
The thesis our group made is “In Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare shows that the power of love causes people to act rashly and illogically.” This is shown on many different occasions in the book. Whenever one of the characters falls in love with someone they go off and want to get married instantly. If they can not get married then they will get severely depressed and become suicidal. This can be seen when Paris says, “younger than she have happy mothers made”(I.ii 12). When Paris first met Juliet, which was not that long ago, he fell in love. He than instantly wants to marry her, despite not having known her for very long and her being only thirteen. Here Paris makes a rash decision of choosing who he wants to spend the rest of his life
A lot of people can’t make up their mind about a bunch of things that happens in their life.What to wear,who to hang out with and even what to eat. But not a lot of people are as unsure as juliet. Juliet’s tragic flaw is being indecisive, and not knowing what to do in the moment.She faces a bundle of problems, in such a small about of time it is preposterous. resulting Juliet in sticky situations, such as relationship problems and she is really unsure what to do. Juliet is also easily persuaded in her decisions.In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Juliet portrays her tragic flaw as indecisive and unstable.
In Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet are burdened by forbidden love and death is the only way they can be together. Their love is torn between the feuding families of the Montagues and the Capulets and death is the only solution to relinquish their lives for each other. Because of this, death is the hero while love is the villain.
Imagine, Juliet just drank the poison, letting everybody know that she’s dead, even Romeo knew about it, for her to have an excuse not to marry
Is love at first sight? Is love based on looks? Falling in love at such young age really real ways to love at all? Common motifs of books show characters often falling in love at a young age. In Romeo and Juliet, the Shakespearean tragedy, it is proved that it is not. Why? Juliet was the rebound to Romeo’s other love, Rosaline, they both take actions that show they’re immature, and Romeo is already in ‘love’ with Juliet before he gets to know her, and it shows Romeo is only attracted to Juliet for her looks not her actual self.
Romeo and Juliet go through a lot since meeting each other. They are considered one of literature’s most exciting couples because they do whatever they can to be with each other. They also share a love that is one of the finest in all of history. Romeo and Juliet are truly in love with each other because they value their time together, they have constantly think about each other, and they are willing to sacrifice what either of them has to be together.
Falling in love involves feelings and memoires one could impossibly forget. What happens when that love starts at a young age and is brought together by fate, a love that is doomed from the start. Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare is a play about two teenagers who fall in love, they are not supposed to fall in love due to their family feud. Despite everything they do, and it is a powerful love that stays with you forever.
When you see someone for the first time, can there be love at first sight? Sadly, no, as to love someone, you have to know the nature of the person, something that merely seeing someone cannot do. For example, someone may seem cheerful and happy all the time, when, in reality, their smile may be a fake. And, to love each other, you have to spend time to with each other, and get to know each other personally. And instead of resorting to suicide whenever a situation occurs, they work through it together. Romeo and Juliet are the opposite of that: They were married within twenty-four hours of meeting, hardly seen together, and quickly resort to suicide whenever a situation comes up, instead of helping each other through it.
Young love fills the air in a hot gymnasium as children dance and sweat enjoying and loving their night. Flashing lights and blaring music deafen people to the noise of a crying girl, Kristin. Her “lover”, Austin, left her alone at the dance to go have a good time with Natasha. They had planned a fun night for themselves and she was really looking forward to her night with him, however, he ditched her like it was nothing and she was beyond hurt. This exact same scenario occurs in high schools across the nation leaving many girls broken in what started as a dream come true, but ended with a broken heart and a sink full of makeup and tears. In the play, Romeo and Juliet, the character Romeo demonstrates the broken girl, he is found crying and
They said that forever doesn’t exist, but the two lovers, Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet proved them wrong. Because they sacrifice everything they had in order to continue their love story. Despite of having a long feud between the Montagues and Capulets, they still choose not to set aside their feelings to each other. Because both of them believe that, if you love someone, you can conquer all the problems and you can surpass the boundaries that you’ll be encounter, definitely with the person you truly love. This story is all about the endless love story of the two lovers and how they can overpower those conflicts just to have their love story a happy ending. Is it a happy ending? No, but too close to consider their ‘finale’ as a happy