Passionate Character In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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How does a character in a story become who they are? In his play Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare develops Romeo's personality as passionate, impulsive, and thoughtful through the use of various characterization techniques.
Romeo in the play, “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare is a passionate character. “Tis torture…to mangle me with that word “Banished”Act 3, Scene 3 line 30-50, he is speaking to friar Lawrence about his banishment and comparing it to death because he will not be with Juliet this quote proves my thesis saying that Romeo is a passionate character.In Act 3, scene 1 line 65 Romeo says “I do Protest...as my own-be satisfied” to Tybalt.This text shows that Romeo loves Tybalt’s family just as much as his own These words prove that even though Tybalt hates Romeo, Romeo still loves Tybalt because they are family and shows that Romeo would do anything for Juliet even not fight Tybalt.In Act 3 Scene 1 line 105 Romeo says “This gentleman … valor’s steel” this text shows that Romeo’s passion gets in the way of his life.Romeo shows his passionate love for Juliet by getting his friend Mercutio killed because he didnt want to stand up against Tybalt.
Romeo in the play, “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare is a impulsive character.In Act 3 Scene 1 line 125, Romeo says “this shall determine that.” They fight, Tybalt
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Scenes that show his passionate actions for Juliet and scenes showing how he sometimes makes mistakes or gets in trouble because of his impulsive decisions these Scenes have been pointed out as examples of his passion, impulsiveness and thoughtfulness to prove that William Shakespeare used to develop Romeo’s personality to make him how he

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