Love can cause illusions and false realities that enhance the idea of perfection that does not really exist. Juliet’s idea of Romeo being a man of wax is questioned when Juliet learns that Romeo killed her cousin, Tybalt. She is conflicted as to whether she should hate Romeo or not for killing someone in her family. She exclaims, “Oh, that deceit should dwell/ In such a gorgeous palace!”
In the play Romeo and Juliet a tragedy written by William Shakespeare early in his career about two young star-crossed lovers whose deaths reunite their feuding families. Shakespeare uses literary devices throughout the play which serve to amuse, guide, and hypnotize the viewer of this production. In the play Shakespeare uses puns which are used to release tension because romeo and juliet is a tragedy with a lot of serious moments. He also uses metaphors which explain the relationship between romeo and juliet. In the movie ratatouille there are a lot of puns to lighten in up the mood in serious scenes to make the movie more kid friendly.
Through terms of contrast, Shakespeare characterizes Romeo as naive in the beginning of the play. Romeo makes mistakes by killing Tybalt and this destroys Juliet. She becomes heart-broken from this because her true love had just killed her cousin. This reveals Romeos dark side.
In the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, various characters show how pure intentions can lead to deadly consequences. Although the title of the play implies that Romeo and Juliet is a love story, in reality, it is a terrible tragedy. Misapplied virtues turn to vice when Romeo interferes in Mercutio and Tybalt’s duel, when Balthasar delivers the tragic news of Juliet’s death to Romeo, and when Friar Lawrence agrees to marry Romeo and Juliet. By intervening in Mercutio and Tybalt’s fight, Romeo’s helpful intention leads to deadly consequences for Mercutio, Tybalt, and himself.
Paradox in Romeo and Juliet shows that there are different kinds of characteristics in shakespeare. Shakespeare uses paradoxes to show differences between the two leading families in the story of romeo and juliet. For example “love and hate” shows that romeo and juliet are truly in love but the families are enemies and don't get alone with each other at all. Many of these feelings are opposite such as “loving hate” or “happiness and sadness” for example when juliet finds out that Romeo is a montague she exclaims that “My only love is sprung from my only hate” then that leads to a discussion with Friar Lawrence. Friar Lawrence uses paradox when he describes earths as a nature's tomb and womb because the tomb reflects images of death while a womb
To begin, Romeo and Juliet’s deaths should be blamed upon Friar Lawrence. In the play, Romeo is asking Friar Lawrence to wed him to Juliet. Friar is telling Romeo to slow down and think about this decision, but still agrees to do it. Shakespeare writes, “In one respect I’ll thy assistant be; for this alliance may so happy prove To turn your households’ to rancor to pure love” (Ⅱ.Ⅳ.90-92).
Shakespeare’s classic love story Romeo and Juliet provides a glimpse into a world that is filled with family rivalry, death and the short-lived relationship between the two protagonists. At the begging of the play, the audience is introduced to the family rivalry between the Montagues and Capulets. Shakespeare creates this imperfect world that is filled with hatred as there is a civil strife between the two families. It is in this imperfect world that Shakespeare introduces Romeo and Juliet’s love for each other. In addition, Shakespeare uses religious imagery in order to convey the idea that Romeo and Juliet share a divine and good love.
Romeo is saying that love can be hard, but because of his personality he continues to work hard to be the man that Juliet wants him to be. Back when Juliet was waiting for Romeo so they could consummate their marriage Romeo had been banished. Romeo still was married to Juliet and was waiting to hear from her, because he is a very loyal guy. Romeo has a very strong characteristics that allow him to be a loyal friend, son, and husband.
For instance, Friar Lawrence, Romeo's mentor, indirectly caused the two lover's deaths by enabling their spontaneous marriage to one another, "In one respect / I'll thy assistant be; For this alliance may so happy prove To turn your households' rancor to pure love" (2.4 90-92). Although the Friar had had good intentions, his aid only worsened the situation further. The agreement to marry the pair of lovers, sealed their tragic fates in holy matrimony. Shakespeare emphasizes the Friar’s failure in this very decision, further foreshadowing to the audience of a conflict to come as a result of disastrous impetuosity. As in this case, the Friar’s amenable demeanor accompanied his hasty decision, ultimately dooming Romeo and Juliet.
In Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare, the love between Romeo and Juliet is the main feature of the play. While the love acts as the comic potential between the two characters, it is also the force that steers the star crossed lovers towards the tragic ending. One key factor that plays a role in the use love to steer the play towards tragedy is the theme of religion. Because religion plays an important role in the play by sacrilegiously using, sin as a metaphor for their first kiss, having Romeo abandon Rosaline, and Juliet for leave her fiance for Romeo, Romeo and Juliet's relationship is doomed to end in tragedy. One of the key representations of religion in Romeo and Juliet, is the character of Friar Lawrence.
Love can blind all, even the ones with the hawk’s eye. The play Romeo and Juliet By William Shakespeare is about two families that are rivals and a tragic event happens when two fall in love to quick. Shakespeare is one of the most powerful poets that has ever lived. This play is a tense, loving, yet tragic. There needs to be a tragic hero in order for there to be a tragic event.
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.