(Shakespeare 394) This impulsive decision opens a floodgate to a myriad of foolish decisions. Such as later in the play, after spending the night proclaiming his undying love for Juliet, Romeo comes to the friar looking to have him perform the ceremony to marry Romeo and Juliet. This decision was made without any regard to Juliet or her feelings as well as without the blessing of the parents of either lover. No one was told about this. But still, Romeo urges the friar who is surprised and hesitant: Romeo.
When Romeo and Juliet met it was unexpected, they had no idea that they came from the rival families, but it was love at first sight. They didn 't care that they were from different families, it didn 't stop them from getting married. But it did stop them from telling their parents, they thought it would start a huge fight and everyone would get hurt or even the death sentence. Juliet is only 13, the last thing she should be worried about is marriage.When Lady
Juliet’s reluctance to get married shows that she does not feel ready for commitment, especially committing herself into a relationship with a person she hardly knows. However, Juliet’s mindset changes when she meets Romeo, whom she immediately falls in love with. Her love for Romeo causes her to agree to marry him, which later prevents her from willingly marrying Paris. This causes her to reveal that she would rather die than marry another man whom she does not love at all; Juliet feels that she would be betraying Romeo if she does. Besides showing how Juliet’s age affects her decisions, Shakespeare also emphasizes how love can be confused with infatuation.
Working Title In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Lady Capulet talks to Juliet about her arranged marriage to Paris. Juliet doesn’t want to be married to Paris because she is already married to Romeo. Getting married is a huge life changing moment. Most people want to marry the right person. Marriage should not be the parent’s choice because the two children have different personalities, they may both have nothing in common, and they don’t even know each other.
“Oh my, time goes by slowly when you’re sad” and “I have too much sadness already…” due to Romeo loving Rosaline and not having that love in return. Romeo is certain that he can never find another person prettier than Rosaline, “If my eyes ever lie to me like that, let my tears turn into flames and burn them for being such obvious liars.” Yet, Romeo’s behavior changes quickly when he attends an event at the Capulets house. Where he sees Juliet and says “My eyes were liars, then, because I never saw true beauty before tonight.” Moving on from Rosaline to Juliet, quicker than a car trying to surpass a red light. Throughout the play, Romeo and Juliet become a couple. At first, it seems to do good for Romeo.
She is able to deceive the Nurse from suspecting that she fell in love with Romeo. Furthermore, Juliet struggles with another problem when her parents decide that she was to marry the Count Paris when she was already married to Romeo. When Juliet refuses to marry Paris, she states, “I will not even marry yet, and when I do I swear it shall be Romeo, whom you know I hate, rather than Paris.” (III.v.126). She is not obedient to her parents like she used to. She also starts to speak out on her behalf.
Juliet is also easily persuaded in her decisions.In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Juliet portrays her tragic flaw as indecisive and unstable. first off, Juliet constantly changes her mind about many events that occur in her life. In the beginning of the play, Juliet didn’t want anything to do with marriage and simply boys in general. While Romeo all of a sudden brings up the idea of marrying Juliet, she was hesitant about the idea but then exclaimed “Thy purpose marriage send word tomorrow” (2.1.144). Juliet was very fickle about the big picture of getting married so fast, since at the start she didn’t even think of it until her mom brought up the idea.
Before Romeo and Juliet even meet each other, Romeo “fear(s) too early, for my mind misgives/ Some consequence yet hanging in the stars.”(insert page stuff) Romeo thinks that something bad is going to happen, but continues to go with his friends to the party. As they continue their walk there, Romeo tells one of his friends out loud “tis no wit to go” (insert page stuff). Instead of going home, Romeo falls into peer pressure, and goes with his friends, hoping to possibly even see Rolsiline. Even though he is pressured into doing it, he is the one who ultimately makes the final decision to go. Just like in everyday life in the 20th century, peer pressure still is around and people have to stand by what they
Overall, Romeo and Juliet got married urgently because they had feelings of true love towards each other. A final reason that the feelings that Romeo and Juliet had for each other were/were not feelings of true love is They met with each other almost all the time. In Act 2, scene 4, Romeo says, “Tell her to devise a plan to get out of her house and come to confession at the abbey this afternoon.” This proves that Romeo is anxious about seeing Juliet since he loves her so much, since they have feelings of true love towards each other.In Act 2, scene 2, Juliet says, “ …I 'll say good night until tonight becomes tomorrow…”This proves that Juliet knows that she will see him tomorrow at that same time which shows that she has feelings of true love. This is because if someone knows exactly when they will meet someone they love them
Their for the power of love it show that she does have concerns for it but she will do anythings to her love romeo any that’s super crazy that she will do that just to see him. Would you do that? Romeo, romeo, romeo and Juliet , Juliet , Juliet power of love they did anything just so see each other.when like romeo coming to a party that he never thought he was going to meet Juliet and right after the party and talk to her. Then the point to get married to a Montague even though their not supposed to and fianlly but not least the potion that
The Fairchild family disapproves of Dabney marrying Troy. They do not think he is not the right man to be marrying their beloveded Dabney. Throughout the novel Troy makes many attempts to get the family on his side, but with all of the family home for the wedding the chaos is at an all time high. Though the family seems to be able to put that aside their disputes for Dabneys special day. The Delta: a place where you are either in or you 're out.
The first one is when Lord Capulet planned a party in a big room with a lot of people. Juliet was there, Romeo, and Paris too. Paris wanted to marry Juliet. But the things that he didn’t know it was that Juliet was already married with Romeo but she didn’t tell her father because he was thinking that she was too young. Juliet said no to her father but he didn’t understand and that’s making her father furious and very nervous.