Romeo And Juliet Summary

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I. Introduction Came from the Greek word, philosophia, which literally means "love of wisdom". Is the study of general fundamental problems concerning matters such as existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind, and language. In ancient Greece Physics, Mathematics and Astronomy were included as a part of Philosophy. Thales of Miletus is the first proper philosopher in ancient Greece, the founder and the father of ionic school of ancient Greek Philosophy. Thales believed that the principle of all things is water, that all of things is came from water, and to water they returns. He believed that the earth is a flat disc, which floats upon water. Most philosophers in ancient Greece are Materialists which they believed that all things are…show more content…
it is a mixed, tragic, love story that every teen would love as the story resembles them. In the first scene of Romeo and Juliet the narrator state that place where it took was is Verona and told that they were 2 rival semi-kingdoms the Montague, and Capulet. Mutiny sparked and civil were damaged in the battle of 2 rivalry, so the Prince settled things to lessen the bloodshed of the people he organized a tournament where the 2 rivalry settle things to keep the battle off the streets where each of their representative tries to get the royal ring, whoever hooks up the ring wins the tournament, those representative from the Montagues, Mercutio and from the Capulets Tybalts, prince of cats, cousin of Juliet, Montagues wins the match which leaves Tybalt in anger. As the 2 rivals won’t shake of the heat they had clash in the streets which the Prince did not like as he told the 2 they would stain the pleasure of the tournament. Then the Capulet decided to organize a house gathering so that Count Paris can court Juliet. So as Benvolio came to his cousin Romeo they discussed that Romeo is in love with Rosaline, a numb girl who never returns a favor, Benvolio is trying to convince Romeo to find a better girl than Rosaline, a more beautiful one, then benvolio agreed that they will come to the gathering, Romeo only agreed because Rosaline was there not knowing that he will find someone better than…show more content…
Romeo sees Juliet dancing and fall in love at first sight.Romeo approaches Juliet to take his hand and dance while he delivers the lines
Quotations in the scene 2:
‘’if I profane with my unworthiest hand holy shrine, the gentle sin is this my lips, two blushing pilgrims, ready stand to smooth that rough touch with a tender kiss”

Explanation 2:
It means appreciating the beauty of the lady while he comparing Juliet to a beauty of a saint.This scene can be classified as Aesthetics philosophy appreciating beauty and artistic value are being displayed and the romantic side of the events are shown. And we have ethics which even though they know that their family has a feud. The desire of loving each other are much stronger because ethics are matter of choice and making decision by means of action.

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Romeo and Juliet Act 5, Scene 3 Summary. He went to the tomb and embraces Juliet corpse then after a final kiss romeo chugs the poison and dies beside his wife and a few seconds late Juliet wakes up and see his husband dead at her side she tries to drink the rest of the poison but none of it left she pull out and stabs
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