In fact, as the play progressed, we are met with a scene where Juliet has no other choice but to marry Paris, who the Capulets originally planned Juliet to marry in the first place. The nurse was giving her advice on how she should marry Paris instead of Romeo. Soon after Juliet heard the nurse’s advice, readers can now see the thirst for Romeo from Juliet: “ If all else fail, myself have the power to die” (3.5.243). This is a crucial turning point for Juliet as it shows that Juliet is truly in love with Romeo and is willing to kill herself if she never sees Romeo again. The emotions shown by Juliet, conveys how strong love is able to overtake the mind and
In William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the nature of Romeo and Juliet’s love is what leads to a paradigm changing tragedy. To begin with, the nature of Romeo and Juliet’s love allows them to rise above the feuding of their families. Their love is shown to be pure and all-consuming: “Amen, amen! But come what sorrow can, it cannot countervail the exchange of joy that one short minute gives me in her sight. Do thou but close our hands with holy words, then love-devouring death do what he dare, it is enough I may but call her mine,” (2.6.3-8).
“Everytime I see you I fall in love all over again” (Johnny Cash), this was too true for these star-crossed lovers. Juliet was just fourteen when she married Romeo but it was common to marry young back then. Also, Romeo and Juliet acted very immature at times so they may not even know what love is. In Shakespeare 's tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, they love each other because of three main reasons, they decided to kill themselves to each other, Loved each other to the point where it cured depression and brought happiness, and they are willing to go against the family for each other. In Romeo and Juliet it is obvious they loved each other due to = many reasons.
With the feud between Romeo and Juliets opposite families, one could say that their young love is set up to fail before it even begins. The Capulets from Juliet’s side of the family and the Montagues from Romeo’s dislike each other with a passion. This makes it difficult for Romeo and Juliet to see each other. This also forces them to marry in secret by Friar Lawrence. In the beginning of the play Romeo confesses his love to Juliet to a friend.
The revenge, love, and secret marriage caused Romeo and Juliet to grow up quickly and become more of an adult and make more decisions on their own. In conclusion, Romeo and Juliet did mature. After they met, they both realized what they had been doing and changed in the little time they had together. The love they had for one another changed them and the fighting between their parents made them realize love is love, it does not matter which house one is from or what ones name is. Romeo and Juliet grew into better people because of each other and their parents.
“Deny thy father and refuse thy name; / Or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love, / And I’ll no longer be a Capulet,” (II.v.2.34). Juliet has been shown as a meek and compliant character up until this point in the plot. Her willingness to leave behind everything she has known for Romeo’s love shows how passionately she cares for him, whether her feelings are irrational or otherwise. Juliet is so upset with the thought of marrying Paris, she runs to the friar for help. “Tell me not, friar, that thou hearest of this, / Unless thou tell me how I may prevent it.
In Shakespeare 's Romantic tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, show they are in love in many ways, such as the fact that they are willing to die for each other. Romeo demonstrates part of this willingness when he says, “Well, Juliet, I will lie with thee tonight. Let’s see for means. O mischief, thou art swift to enter the thoughts of desperate men!” (5.1.36-38). As a result of saying this, Romeo shows us that he is looking for a way to die in order to join Juliet in death, even though the audience is shown she is not really dead.
Romeo puts Juliet on a pedestal and quite literally sees her as a glorious light. Romeo feels insignificant in relation to Juliet, as if he is no match for her and he thinks she deserves to shine without his darkness dragging her down. He believes that with “More light and light, more dark and dark our woes” (III, v, 36.) Romeo’s self-deprecation is in the best interest for Juliet, all so she can live her life according to her deservance. He wants her to keep the world the bright, wholesome place that she makes it, and he sees himself as nothing but an anchor degrading her from her beauty.
In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the couple absolutely demonstrates true love for one another. This is proven through Romeo and Juliet in the ending who has taken their life because they truly loved each other, Romeo and Juliet 's relationship difficulties because of Montagues and Capulets, and when Romeo killed Tybalt and was sent to exile but when Romeo hears about Juliet’s death, he went back to see Juliet one last time. True love has been shown in many romantic plays and books, however, in the play of Romeo and Juliet, true love is blind. The love that Romeo and Juliet shared was true as it has blinded them from the consequences of death. In the final stages of the play, Romeo drinks poison when he finds juliet dead and right after the death of Romeo, Juliet wakes up from her sleep, the first thing that she does is ask where Romeo is.
Is it even sincere? Undoubtedly not. The love between Romeo and Juliet definitely does not happen to be true love, proven by the facts that the two are as good as strangers toward each other throughout the story and are far too inexperienced and newly bloomed into this world to make the decision