Montague and Capulet fight too much, and they hate each other. Also they affect other people. For example, When Tybalt and Benvolio meet in the street, Tybalt says “Turn around, Benvolio, and look on your death” (34), and “I hate the word “peace,” as I hate hell, all Montague, and you. Fight, coward”(34). I think, since Tyblat was born, he does not know what
Theme is a universal truth. Shakespeare took two families’ hate toward each other ending in the death of their children and having this hate affect the entire community to point out in the tragedy in Romeo and Juliet, that hate, in any form, is destructive. For example, bigotry, or hating people who are different, has a profound effect on how we interact and communicate, as well as how laws are written and enforced. The emotion of hate will never have positive endings. That is what Shakespeare was pointing out, that hate, in any form, only leads to waste and destruction.
Although Tybalt is loyal, he is also vengeful. The first example of Tybalt's vengeance occurs at the beginning of Romeo and Juliet when an argument between the Capulets and Montagues started by the Capulets turns into a street fight. “What drawn, and talk of peace? I hate the word/ As I hate all Montagues, and thee./ Have at thee, Coward!”( 1.1 72-74). Benvolio draws his sword to stop the fighting and Tybalt misinterprets this action, thinking he wants to
/ Romeo’s [weak/nothing compared] to him” (3.5 215-221). The Nurse’s contradictory ideals, hastily brought upon her by the anger of the Capulets, only served to incite feelings of disbelief and distrust within Juliet. Shakespeare’s portrayal of Juliet and the Nurse’s contrasting ideals emphasizes Juliet’s rebellious and defiant manner occurring at the climax of the play, with this very manner determining Juliet’s fate as well. Hence, the Nurse's impetuous proposition merely progresses the tragic events which befell both Romeo and Juliet. All in all, the older generation (of mentors) exemplifies the catastrophic effects of impetuous decisions as
O dear account! My life is my foe’s debt.” This quote shows how Romeo’s life is controlled by the feuding families and how it will be the death of him. Their love is hurting them more than it is helping them and this reveals how love is the villain because it is forbidden. Another example of this is in Act II Scene I where Juliet begs Romeo to go against
Reveries’s Rousseau and Frankenstein’s creature are exile because of mankind’s judgement. They share the “wounded walker” trope: an individual forced into exile from mistreatment, and who use their displacement to fuel self-discovery. However, their journeys begin dissimilarly because of their difference in voluntary and forced exile. Rousseau’s exile is motivated by mistreatment from accusations towards his works; his writing was considered destructive towards Catholic and government ideals. Out of protest, his books were burned, and the occupants of towns he attempted to reside in were encouraged to attack him.
First, Romeo and Juliet come from the families that hate each others. Including, their family are enemies which is Romeo comes from Montague, he is the son of Lord Montague and Lady Montague. Juliet comes from Capulet, she is the daughter of Lord Capulet and Lady Capulet. For this reason, their families loathe each others as like almost every time they get to see each others, they usually have a fight or revile. For
The feuding families always get a bad ending. In “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare two young enemies fall for eachother but it's not good that they did. The two families are at feud which makes their love deniable. The feud of the families is what caused Romeos and Juliets deaths. For instance when they got married they had to hide their marriage from their families and Juliet had to fake her death.
The decision of Romeo and Juliet reflect much the same as me and my sister. My younger sister asked for my opinion on her art, and being in an upset mood at the time. I told her its was horrible, which lead her to throw it out and believe that she cannot not draw. Leaving me with guilt and disgust of how i made her believe her amazing art was horrible. Together these facts validate that impulsive decision can lead to the harm of others and themselves.
Seminar essay: The effect of discrimination on mental and emotional stability in the Chrysalids: Discrimination within the novel is elaborated and widespread and has a negative impact on many of the characters emotional stability and wellbeing, it is unfair and makes the characters question themselves and their surroundings, and it also results in war, death and being an outcast. Discrimination is a huge topic in this novel. Everyone in the city of Waknuk judges and discriminates anyone who is even slightly different from them or not part of the “norm”, they call them deviations or mutants because they think that the devil sends them so that they can trick people into doing what the devil wants. If someone in Waknuk finds out that something