Romeo And Juliet Male Voice Analysis

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Type SAQ below In modern and past pieces of art and literature, the narrative voice of a male character tends to have an enthusiastic response at the sight or thought of a possible romantic partner. The song, “Michelle,” sung by Sir Paul McCartney at the White House in dedication to First Lady Michelle Obama, conveys the view of a man who is in love with a woman who only speaks French, but he knows they would be perfect together despite the language barrier. In the excerpt from “Romeo and Juliet,” written by William Shakespeare, about two star crossed lovers set in the 1300’s. The protagonist, Romeo, falls madly in love with Juliet upon first meeting her, and she causes him to be in complete and utter awe at her beauty and allure. Taking into account what…show more content…
In doing this, the male narrative voice claims her as his so no one else will attempt to step in and sweep her off her feet before he can do so himself and persuade her to be with him officially. Upon meeting Juliet, Romeo becomes inspired by her and can not help but praise her beauty. Romeo proclaims,“Beauty too rich for use, for earth too dear!” (Romeo and Juliet. 1.5.47). In addition, Romeo has only seen Juliet for a brief moment and already believes she may be too beautiful for this world, by pronouncing how attracted to her he feels , he begins revealing his emotions to just a mere server he has never met before. Upon analyzing the lyrics, they lead us to believe that the female character has most likely already rejected the male character after having discovered the language barrier, but he continues to pursue her. He exclaims, “I need to make you see Oh, what you mean to me,” (Doc.1). He knows she does not want to be with him, but since he feels so strongly for her he just knows that if he can get her to understand how he feels for her that she will feel the same as well. Before approaching Juliet, Romeo plans to touch hands and will be attempting to flatter her in order for her to view
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