Romeo And Juliet Impulsive Quotes

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Romeo and Juliet Essay “And we mean well in going to this mask; But ‘tis not wit to go” (1.4.50). In Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, Romeo had a terrible feeling about going to the Capulet’s masquerade ball, but due to his impulsiveness he decides to attend anyways. The play of Romeo and Juliet was Written by WIlliam Shakespeare in the 1400’s or also known as the renaissance era. This novel takes place in the beautiful city of Verona Italy, where two feuding families the Montagues and Capulets, live. Romeo the Montagues one and only son, is a boy who is quick to fall in love with two girls, in which one doesn’t love him back. He is an immature boy who just wants love or thinks he wants love. Juliet the daughter of the Capulets, who is 13 …show more content…

Romeo went through two loves throughout this novel, one real love and one not. Romeo’s first love or what he thought was love, was with a girl with the name of Rosaline. “Out of her favor, where I am in love” (1.1.173). . This quotation represents that Romeo loved Rosaline without knowing her. In the novel Romeo fell head over heels for Rosaline based on her looks. After he fell in love and later found out he doesn’t love him back he went into a great depression stage. Also, Romeo’s brass decision making lead to the killing of Tybalt, that only brought more hatred into the feud. “O, I am fortune's fool” (3.1.132). In this quotation Romeo is emphasizing how foolish it was of him to make such a harsh decision. Although Romeo knew the harsh consequences of quarrels between the two families he proceeded to killed Tybalt anyways. The aftermath of the killing of Tybalt lead to Romeo’s banishment. Which not only lead to the two deaths of the lovers but lead to the death of his own mother as well. Over all Romeo’s foolish brass decisions lead to many deaths including his own. If Romeo would’ve had more intelligence while making his decisions he would’ve been able to live happily with

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