Juliet 's apparent death reveals the reactions and true emotions that her parents, The nurse and Paris felt towards her. Act 4 scene 5 starts with a humorous and eager tone but suddenly switches to a more sorrowful and sad tone as soon as the nurse discovers Juliet’s pale dead body.They were shocked and upset because it meant to be juliet 's wedding night. Their attitude and reaction shows us the importance of Juliet in their lives.Their relationships with Juliet in the past have an impact on the way they reacted.
The Nurse appeared to be the most affected because she raised juliet since she was a baby. The Nurse lost her own daughter so juliet was valuable to her. She felt heartbroken and and miserable. She said, “Most lamentable day, …show more content…
Lord capulet and Juliet had a unpleasant and unhealthy father daughter relationship. The story starts off with Lord Capulet as a good father however that is incorrect. He had a threatening argument with Juliet before she died. He threatened that if she did not marry Paris she will be thrown to starve in the streets. His stubbornness and selfishness overcomes the love he has towards Juliet. His reaction was full of sadness and disappointment because she was his only child. It seemed that he had hope in her for future benefits and felt mostly sad about the wedding than her death.He said “Uncomfortable time, why camest thou now To murder, murder our solemnity?”. This refers to him saying that why couldnt death come another time instead of her wedding day so that he could be happy. He also said, “All things that we ordained festival Turn from their office to black funeral.Our instruments to melancholy bells,Our wedding cheer to a sad burial feast.” This clearly states that he is only worried about the wedding preparations and mentions the wedding several times which shows his attention is more on the wedding than it is on her death. Paris was the least affected about Juliet. His relationship with Juliet was forced upon her and he knew it. However he did not truly love her and only wanted her for the family fortune and the reputation. He says,Have I thought long to see this morning’s face,And doth it give me such a sight as this?. He is annoyed at the fact that he waited all
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The tone from the author in this chapter was that he was angry, but was also sad. The author felt angry in this chapter because of when he was writing, he wrote about how the eve of Rosh Hashanah was the last day of that “cursed year”. Also, in the fourth paragraph of this chapter, he quoted “What are You, my God? I thought angrily.”
Juliet’s measures taken during her rebellion prove that if she would have grown up in a more loving environment, it would have been harder to give up her entire family just for a boy. Juliet’s desire to be surrounded by someone who loves makes her act like another person due to the harm it left on
Right before the party, where Juliet and Romeo first meet, Paris decides that he wants Juliet to be his wife, which causes problems to both families. He starts to cause this drama when he exclaims to Capulet, “Younger mothers are happy mothers made” (1.2.12). This shows that Paris is willing to say anything to make Juliet his wife, which is the younger she is, the better. This contributes to the tragedy because when he says this, Capulet decides to give Paris a chance at marriage with Juliet later in the play. This chance at marriage gets Paris one step closer to having Juliet.
In Act I, Scene 4 Mercutio, Benvolio, and Romeo make their way to the Capulet feast. Before entering the party Romeo has many doubts and concerns mainly because of a dream he had. Mercutio then gives a long speech about Queen Mab. He describes her as a small fairy who visits various peoples dreams. This speech basically is told so Romeo can stop his worries and carry onto the party .This basically made to convince Romeo to go to the Capulets party.
Lord Capulet is a typical upper-class gentleman of the 14th century. He is a patriarch and the most respected member of the already highly respected Capulet household. He expects the citizens of Verona to obey him and his authority, especially his only daughter Juliet, as she is the young face of his parenting and household. He has a caring, loving side which he uses to be compassionate with his daughter in Act I, Scene II but as evident in his dispute with nephew Tybalt, Capulet clearly has an aggressive side and the typical venomous tongue of an egotistical 14th century father. This is seen being used against Juliet in Act III, Scene V. Lord Capulet discusses Paris’ proposal to marry Juliet in Act I, Scene II and reveals his caring side towards his daughter and her welfare.
While Juliet fantasizes about her life with Romeo, her nurse barges in with a gust of cool air outside, slams the door closed, and sits down with a furious expression. Juliet looks up expectantly from her diary with a dazzling smile, but only gets a glare from the red-faced, angry nurse. Nurse then vents her frustration to Juliet who sits, fidgeting, but trying to pay attention. Finally, Juliet can’t wait any longer. She blurts out quickly that she wants to know what Romeo said about her note but claps her hands over her mouth in shock.
Miscommunication in Romeo and Juliet Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “Every violation of truth is not only a sort of suicide in the liar, but is a stab at the health of human society” (The Best Quotes About Lies and Lying). People in this world lie all the time because they think that they are helping instead of telling the truth. When the truth comes out in the society people are more hurt than if a person just told the truth instead of lying. In William Shakespeare's, The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, Romeo and Juliet die from miscommunication between the characters, not fate.
One early autumn morning as a light breeze swirled across the dry, crackling footpath. Paris slowly walked towards the castle where his lady awaited, feelings anxious about what the future would hold he eagerly finds himself on the same path as the exasperation, king Capulet. Paris once again wanted to speak with old Lord Capulet to insist on his daughters hand in marriage. He quietly held his ambition prominently showing his fear, wishing to receive Juliet’s hand in marriage. Begging Lord Capulet and unconfidently asked for Juliet’s love.
Romeos and Juliets Death Romeo and Juliet is a tragic play about two love-struck teens that eventually falls in love. They have to face obstacles just to find a way to be together and eventually have to secrednize their marriage. The characters Friar Lawrence, Romeo and Lord, Lady Capulet are primarily responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. They all have things they did that leads to Romeo and Juliet’s departness. Also, the decisions they made and the problems they caused such as ruining true love.
Baz Luhrmann’s interpretation of Act one, scene five is far more remarkable than Franco Zeffirelli’s since it draws more attention from the audience while fueling more excitement when Romeo and Juliet first meet. Within Luhranmann’s version, Romeo attends Capulet’s party just like Zeffirelli’s but Luhranmann’s perception was a lot more visually appealing. The location, costumes, colors and music create an enhancing mix that is more eye-catching to the viewers. The party itself was modern looking that sets the scene to be a lot more relatable to today’s generation already gaining the interest of youngsters.
The Nurse agreed to give us some answers about this heart touching case. We asked her about Juliet´s plane to fake her death. “Yes, I knew about it, however, I would never betray her trust. Juliet was truly in love with Romeo, they were born for each other”. At this moment the Nurse got sentimental, but did not wanted to stop, because, in her words, she needed to clarify her girl´s action.
In other words, she ended her own life rather than staying alive and working through the problems. He showed how women acted during the Renaissance period, dependent and confidential. Women were expected to act in such way, because of this, they adapted to that behavior and became submissive. Women lost their sight of strength and dominance, which played a role in Juliet’s death. Juliet decided that without her true love, she couldn’t live.
He went like one that hath been stunned and is of sense of forlorn: a sadder and wiser man, he rose the morrow morn.” After hearing the Ancient Mariner’s story the young wedding guest no longer wanted to go to the party. He realised that there was more to life.
The beginning of the speaker’s line, he introduces and describes his daughter, “ Looking in my daughter’s eyes I read” “Beneath the innocence of morning flesh” Concealed, hinting’s of death she does not heed.” (Kees, 384 lines 1, 2, and 3). When he looks at his daughter’s eyes, he sees a very young and naïve little girl. But then he delivers a shock at the end when he said, “I have no daughter, I desire none.”