At first sight, they believe they are meant to be. But, in reality, Romeo only loves Juliet for her beauty, Romeo described her as “ it seems she hangs upon the cheek of night as a rich jewel in an Ethiop 's ear- beauty too rich for use, for earth too dear! So shows a snowy dove trooping with crows as yonder lady o 're her fellows shows. (1.5,45-49)Romeo had only described her beauty and had fallen in love. After talking to each other they instantly kiss and fall in love.
Angel Salazar Mr. Young English I Have you made a bad decision, then wondered what the opposite decision would be? In the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, bad decisions are everywhere. These include the main characters getting married after knowing each other for less than a day, killing themselves, and letting lust run their lives. Nevertheless, even after all these bad decisions some still believe it was fate that led to this tragedy, because Romeo and Juliet would have never met if not for fate. One perspective is that we can't control fate, and the reason for everything is fate.
Romeo And Juliet is a universal and timeless story that can be connected to any day and time. Also, the story has a certain touch that leaves you wanting to read it over and over again. The deaths of Romeo and Juliet were caused by free will because Romeo and Juliet were not being forced to be together although they still ended up together that leads up to both of their deaths. Romeo and Juliet did not have to be together, they clearly made bad decisions and ended up being together. There were several points in the story that show how these two children did things that ended them both to be with each other.
Throughout the play, Romeo's character flaw affects his actions and abilities by making rash decisions and being naïve. As during the Elizabethan Era, there was a huge amount of belief in Astrology/Fate and this is what links in the play with the death of Romeo and Juliet. Finally, Great Sorrow is the last element that makes a tragedy story, with the death of most of the leads which in turn sets a chain reaction throughout the story ultimately leading to the death of Romeo and
“For never was a story of more woe. Than Juliet and her Romeo.” The story of Romeo and Juliet is very tragic and romantic. Juliet has two boys who want to take her hand in marriage. How lucky? She’s arrogant and takes them for granted and loses them both at the end.
In Shakespeare’s “Sonnet 148”, the speaker is clearly a man that is in love, but seems to think of love in a negative way. He feels that love itself is tricking him and clouding his judgment. He sees his love as far better than everyone else sees her to be. He states, “O me, what eyes hath love put in my head/ Which have no correspondence with true sight!” (1-2). This shows how the speaker thinks he is being robbed of the sight of reality.
His decisions guide him down a heedless path and we see how it affects the other characters in the book as well. Because of Romeo’s impulsiveness, we see how impulsiveness affects his future, what it does to his family and his lover, Juliet, and finally revealing the final tragedy of the play. Romeo’s impulsiveness reveals how his love story ended up as a tragedy. He always acts without forethought, like when he first met Juliet in Act 1, Scene 5. All Romeo cared about was how he wanted to be with Juliet the rest of his life, and ignored the fact that conflicts may occur because she’s a Capulet.
Romeo Montague 's fatal flaw was his impulsiveness due to falling in love and marry Juliet, becoming a murderer, and taking his own life . One reason Romeo was impulsive is because he fell in love with Juliet and married her only a day after meeting her. Romeo claimed to be in love with Juliet the first time that he saw her and immediately began obsessing over her. He kissed her and began talking about marrying her the night that they met.
During a party hosted by Lord Capulet, Juliet’s father, Romeo sees Juliet for the first time. Over the course of this meeting, Romeo proclaims, “Did my heart love till now? Forswear it, sight! / for I ne’er saw true beauty till this night” (1.5.50-51). At this point, Romeo is infatuation with Rosaline, Lord Capulet’s niece and a girl who sworn to remain chaste, is still present.
There are many characters that contributed to the tragic acts of love and suicide in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, but who is the most to blame? In the famous play, we have two families, the Montagues and the Capulets, who have been feuding with each other for many years. Romeo, from the Montague family, and Juliet, from the Capulets, have fallen in love. Due to the distasteful acts from each side, their children must go to great lengths to keep their love a secret. The end of this story isn’t pretty, so whose fault was it?