Firstly, Juliet’s soliloquy about Romeo and the obstacles in their relationship clearly demonstrates her love for him. This intense and romantically centered soliloquy that Juliet exclaims on her balcony shows a mixture of feelings including worrisome indecision, as well as passionate love. Romeo is the principal subject, and this shows us that Juliet most probably already harbors deep feelings for him. The second time she speaks, Juliet says “Oh Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?” Here one can also see the use of a rhetorical question.
William Shakespeare included metaphors in his play Romeo And Juliet to explain the relationship between Romeo and Juliet while enhancing the reader's experience. When Romeo comes to the Capulet ball he immediately notices Juliet and her beauty. When Romeo first sees Juliet he already lets her know his love for her, “If I profane with my unworthiest hand this holy shrine, the gentle sin is this: My lips, two blushing pilgrims, ready stand to smooth that rough touch with my tender kiss” (1.5.104-107). Romeo compares himself to Pilgrims and the way Pilgrims worship a holy shrine, saying how much he worships Juliet. This lets the audience know how to should appreciate any lover but not go to the extent of worshipping them.
As she continues to complain about him, Juliet remarks, “O that deceit should dwell / In such a gorgeous palace” (3.2.90-91). The “gorgeous palace” is symbolic of the part of Romeo that she knows, loves, and admires, where deceit may exist. By giving this quality human traits, Juliet is separating deceit itself from Romeo, decreasing his culpability for his actions. Taking the blame from him, in turn, takes any blame off herself for not realizing that he isn’t the gentleman he seemed and the man that she married. Using personification as a tool to offset responsibility for Romeo’s actions gives Juliet the ability to live with her decision to be with him despite his flaws and his despicable actions against her
Benvolio should be pardoned because he cheered Romeo up when he was sad. Benvolio said to Romeo that, “ Signior Martino and his wife and daughters, some beautious sisters” and lovely nieces”_ and of course Rosaline, Romeo’s last love, destined for the nunnery rather than his arms”(1.2.64). This quote shows that Benvolio is cheering up Romeo so that he could go to Capulet’s party. Benvolio should be Pardoned because he was honest with prince and told him every single thing which happened. He told what happened between Romeo and Tybalt and so whose fault was that so that is why he should be pardoned.
Friar Laurence describes Romeo and Juliet’s love as “violent delights” (2.6.9). In the oxymoron is showing that friar Laurence is thoughtful because Romeo and Juliet difficult love life is moving quickly in Friar Laurence’s eyes. Friar Laurence explains what will happen to Romeo and Juliet if they move too quickly: “And in their triumph die, like fire and powder” (2.6.10). He is describing Romeo and Juliet’s love life. When Shakespeare uses juxtaposition that shows Friar Laurence as caring and worried about the two teenagers.
Romeo and Juliet: comparison of the 1968 movie, the 1996 movie, and Shakespeare 's original text. Romeo and Juliet has been a popular story for over 400 years, either by the play written by Shakespeare, or a poem written earlier than that. In the 20th century, two directors created their own interpretations of the play. In 1968, Franco Zefferelli directed a version of the play where the performers played the part of people in 16th century Verona, Italy. In 1996, Baz Luhrmann took a very creative approach when he directed a modern version of the play set in Verona Beach, California.
Within the first couple of lines a Capulet named Sampson says, “I will push / Montague’s men from the wall, and thrust his maids to the / wall” (1.5.15-17). This exemplifies the significance of the feud and how it relates to the lovers. The irrationality of the situation causes the observers to be so compelled and fascinated to cogitate the possible consequences of Romeo and Juliet’s predicament. In the following act, Romeo begins to concede his love for Juliet in the infamous balcony scene. Until this particular moment, Romeo is equivocal of her love for Rosaline and immediately admires Juliet from the moment they first meet.
The audience knows that the love story of Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet is destined to fail, and are continuously aware of it throughout the course of the play: creating dramatic tension. As the audience’s hopes build up, so does the tension, created marvelously by Shakespeare, and the two different adaptations that chose to reconvey the famous ‘Balcony Scene’. Both adaptations are able to showcase the seemingly uninhibited and boundless love Romeo and Juliet have for each other, through the use of strategies such as dialogue, character, atmosphere, and setting. Romeo and Juliet is perhaps the most tragic love story of all time, and it will continue to be so due to the intense scenes and even more intense love, that makes the Shakespeare classic one that will forever keep audiences on the edge of their
It is the East and Juliet is the sun!… It is my lady. O’ it is my love!” (Shakespeare 403). After a brief dance and a short conversation with Juliet, he already declares her his love. He feels happiness to have found someone other than Rosaline; someone who could potentially love him back, so he stretches out that happiness and turns it to what he believes is love, when moments ago he was so focused on someone else. This justifies Romeo’s unstable feelings bouncing from one thought to another.
Romeo sees Juliet dancing and fall in love at first sight.Romeo approaches Juliet to take his hand and dance while he delivers the lines Quotations in the scene 2: ‘’if I profane with my unworthiest hand holy shrine, the gentle sin is this my lips, two blushing pilgrims, ready stand to smooth that rough touch with a tender kiss” Explanation 2: It means appreciating the beauty of the lady while he comparing Juliet to a beauty of a saint.This scene can be classified as Aesthetics philosophy appreciating beauty and artistic value are being displayed and the romantic side of the events are shown. And we have ethics which even though they know that their family has a feud. The desire of loving each other are much stronger because ethics are matter of choice and making decision by means of action. Sample 3: Romeo and Juliet Act 5, Scene 3 Summary. He went to the tomb and embraces Juliet corpse then after a final kiss romeo chugs the poison and dies beside his wife and a few seconds late Juliet wakes up and see his husband dead at her side she tries to drink the rest of the poison but none of it left she pull out and stabs