Romeo And Juliet Death Analysis

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Shakespeare 's “Romeo and Juliet” is one of the greatest love stories the world had a chance to experience. The play is about the love of two naive teenagers and their struggle as their families are feuding, which is the reason why the death is present in the play, though it may seem like the main theme in the play is love. Shakespeare’s death imagery is hidden but still makes the audience feel its presence, whereas his love imagery is on the surface and is very bold, fresh and original. Death has a really important part in the play, as sometimes it even gets personified by the characters. Throughout the play, all the main characters will rather experience death or witness it.

Act I Scene I help us to contextualize the death presence in Shakespearean
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While talking to his uncle, his reaction is very bitter and he seems offended: “To strike him dead I hold it not a sin” it exemplifies the scope of the conflict between the families that Tybalt doesn 't perceive it to be a sin to kill an enemy, though in that period of time society was very religious. Also, when earlier Tybalt referenced himself to the death, for him it’s obviously wouldn’t be a sin to commit a murder towards his enemy, whereas his uncle reacts more offended toward Tybalt for offering such thing, that he’s offended by Romeo’s…show more content…
As soon as something good happens, something bad and unexpected follows the event e.g Romeo’s and Juliet’s marriage, right after which Tybalt get killed. It might seem like Shakespeare is telling another fairy tale with a happy ending, but after you’ve read the play it is obvious that he tell the harsh reality of the world. I think that the moral of this story is not to rely on your dreams and wants and that it’s not always going to be the way you wanted it to be or imagined. Anything can happen and it can change your life
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