The hate of both families are strong enough to pull Romeo and Juliet apart, but their love for eachother is strong enough that even if they try to do that they can’t. It’s kind of already proven that the families can’t break up Romeo and Juliet. They killed themselves because they didn’t think they could live without the other. Speaking of them killing themselves, at the end of the play the families are in the tomb and know that Romeo and Juliet
(page: 290 Line: 290 Act 5 Scene 3) The meaning of this quotes is that if the two houses never fought then the two lovers would not have been worried about getting caught by their families and would not have killed themselves. As the hate stops the love of two people it creates greater a world where there is less hate. In the book Romeo and Juliet there is three major themes they are Love, Hate and Hate bring everyone closer together.
The two most powerful emotions of William shakespeare’s playwright of “Romeo and Juliet” are love and hate. The two star crossed lovers have to overcome hate in the entire play. Unfortunately both couldn’t handle the pain so they committed suicide. Many people would disagree with me and say love is stronger than hate, but in this case it has to be hate is stronger than love. It is evident that hate is stronger than love ,because if the families were not fighting none of this would of happened.
Another example of Romeo advancing the theme is when he kills himself out of grief and desperation for Juliet. When Romeo sees that Juliet is dead, he realizes the only way to be with her would be if he died as well. With this logic, Romeo kills himself. Proving love conquers even death. Without Romeo, there wouldn't be a concrete theme in the play.
Further proving her love, Juliet would rather her whole family think she was dead than marry a man that was not Romeo. In Act Five, when Romeo thought that Juliet was dead, he was ready to kill himself but Paris confronted him: “Put not another sin upon my head, by urging me to fury: O, be gone! By heaven, I love thee better than myself;” Even when Romeo is completely upset and mad that Paris was there, his love for Juliet kept him from starting conflict with anyone associated with her family. Their love was so strong that he continued to honor her wishes even when he thought she was dead. Altogether, the theme develops a great amount along with the story and helps the understand the
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
He expresses fond comments about Romeo to show to Tybalt he has no reason to have anger towards him. Of course, he doesn't listen and still hates Romeo deeply. As a result, he tries to fight Romeo, but fights Mercutio first, killing him. Then, Romeo kills Tybalt seeking out justice for murdering Mercutio. With this we see that family bonding is essential in a successful marriage.
Lord Capulet who also known as Juliet’s father, wants to make all Capulets happy from the grief of Tybalt’s death by using Juliet. But Juliet does not want to follow Lord Capulet’s order. Which is married to Paris, even it will be the good news for all Capulets. Juliet doesn’t want to marry Paris because she loves Romeo and both of them are already married by Friar Lawrence.
Mercutio’s words explain how both the Montagues and Capulets are to blame for his death, so he curses both families which foreshadows what will happen at the end of the play. A Montague, Romeo, is cursed for not letting Mercutio defend himself and a Capulet, Tybalt, for stabbing him. Romeo’s actions had left him with a feeling of guilt and anger. He is furious about the death of his
“Those who hate most fervently must have once loved deeply; Those who want to deny the world must have once embraced what they now set on fire.” -Kurt Tucholsky. Both Romeo and Juliet and “I had no time to hate, because” involve the topics of love and hate. These two pieces of literature have the same views on hate, but see love differently. This essay will include the similarities and differences of their views on love and hate.
In Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare, the love between Romeo and Juliet is the main feature of the play. While the love acts as the comic potential between the two characters, it is also the force that steers the star crossed lovers towards the tragic ending. One key factor that plays a role in the use love to steer the play towards tragedy is the theme of religion. Because religion plays an important role in the play by sacrilegiously using, sin as a metaphor for their first kiss, having Romeo abandon Rosaline, and Juliet for leave her fiance for Romeo, Romeo and Juliet's relationship is doomed to end in tragedy. One of the key representations of religion in Romeo and Juliet, is the character of Friar Lawrence.