Romeo And Juliet Impulsive Quotes

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In “Romeo and Juliet” a play written by William Shakespeare the characters show constant actions of impulsiveness throughout the story. Romeo and Juliet constantly fight for their hopeless love in the story and this creates many problems in the story causing the characters to lose the lives of their loved ones and themselves. These quick, rapid decisions don’t go well for them and affect them in many ways. In the beginning of the story, Romeo goes to the Capulet party in hopes to see his first love known as Rosaline but he looks deeper into the crowd and he falls in love with Juliet in first sight. On page 204 in line 116 it states, “O dear account! my life is my foe’s debt.” Romeo knew that Juliet is a capulet and he shouldn’t be associating …show more content…

Juliet’s cousin, Tybalt and Romeo’s friend, Mercutio start to have an argument and they end up in a fight. Then, Tybalt ends up stabbing Mercutio on accident and he is greatly injured but acts as if the injury was minor. Romeo gets very angry that Tybalt tried to hurt his best friend, so he grabs his sword and starts fighting with Tybalt and ends up killing him. On page 232 in line 123 it says, “Either thou or I, or both, must go with him.” Romeo is trying to say that either Tybalt or himself must die but one of them or both has to join Mercutio, after all he was Romeo’s closest friends. Instead of thinking of the consequences Romeo immediately gets angry and swings his sword without a thought in his mind. This causes his situation to go downhill and could put his relationship will Juliet and his family on the …show more content…

Towards the end of the story, Juliet and Friar Laurence come up with a plan to get Romeo and Juliet together after Romeo gets kicked out of Verona for killing Tybalt. Friar Laurence gives Juliet a potion which will put her to sleep for just enough time to bring Romeo back into town to come save her but this makes the others think she is dead. Another issue arises which is that Juliet is supposed to get married to a man named Paris and their wedding gets moved one day ahead which is not enough time for this news to reach Romeo, but Juliet drinks the potion anyways and Romeo comes to Verona without receiving the message that Juliet’s plan of acting to be dead was just a plan and not serious. On page 259 it says, “Romeo, I come! this do I drink to thee.” Juliet is so desperate to be with Romeo she is willing to drink this potion and put her life on hold. She’s trying to say that she will drink this potion for Romeo and by doing this her and Romeo will be together. Although Juliet definitely realizes that there could be a bad ending in her making this decision, she does it anyway and hopes for the best which is her being with Romeo and living happily ever

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