In the play Romeo is shown before Juliet, he’s heartbroken and depressed because he’s “in love” with a girl named Rosaline but the feeling isn’t mutual. Later he meets Juliet and the next three days he has convinced her to get marry but the table turns and now he’s banished. Juliet who fakes her death, leaving her family in shock and in sadness, just so she can be with Romeo. While some believe this play is Romeo’s Play, I maintain that this is Juliet’s play.
Another reason Romeo is responsible for his and juliet 's death is Romeo challenges fate, making rash decisions that lead to lifelong consequences for all involved. In the beginning of act 5 scene 1 Romeo is in Mantua saying he had a dream he was dead but juliet kissed him and woke him up and one of Romeo 's servants Balthasar enters which makes romeo very happy and says all is well in the world as long as juliet is alive and Balthasar tells Romeo that Juliet is dead. Romeo cries out “Is it e’en so? Then I defy you, stars!”(V.I.24). This makes Romeo very edgy and tell his servant to give a letter to a montague that he will return that same night and Romeo 's servant leaves.
In the play Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare depicts Romeo as a man who over exaggerates his feelings and acts purely based on them. The first scene where Romeo is mentioned is when we find the Montague family looking for him. He has wandered off sighing because of some sadness he feels and when Benvolio finds him he discovers that Romeo had left due to Rosaline rejecting his love. When Romeo describes how heartbroken he is over Rosaline he says “Why, such is love’s transgression./griefs of mine own lie heavy in my breast,/which thou wilt propagate, to have it pressed /with more of thine. This love that thou hast shown/doth add more grief to too much of mine own” (1.1.192-196).
More evidence that Romeo and Juliet in love. After the party, Romeo meets Juliet at the balcony. When Juliet says she loves Romeo, she meant she truly loves him. Even though Romeo is a Montague, she admits that she is willing to marry him regardless of their unfortunate situation. However, she wouldn 't love Romeo as long if he loves her, and wish that he wouldn 't be a Montague.
Romeo essay Romeo’s use of similes and metaphors shows how at the beginning he was depressed then he met Juliet and became happy but then they both die. Romeo uses similes and metaphors to talk about Juliet. Similes and metaphors are literary devices that compare Juliet to things that are very high in likeness. The metaphors and similes are very nice and make Juliet look like a goddess figure. Romeo uses metaphors to show how he loves Juliet.
Juliet is very sad about Romeo being banished. The friar made up a plan for Romeo to meet Juliet and live together. Juliet fell asleep, Romeo killed himself, Juliet woke up and killed herself, end of story. While several characters shared the blame for the star crossed lovers the guiltiest of all
She feels distressed about Tybalt’s death but cannot charge her husband, Romeo, as a murder. She is torn between Tybalt’s death and Romeo’s banishment but decides for Romeo. Romeo turns to Friar Lawrence and claims that being banished from Verona is far worse than being death. When Juliet’s nurse arrives and tells about Juliet’s sorrow, Romeo feels guilty and wants to commit suicide but Friar Lawrence stops him. Romeo and Juliet should be given their wedding night however as soon as dawn is creeping its way Romeo should leave for Mantua.
Another example would be when Romeo is banished from Verona and says that being banished from Verona is worse than death. Romeo says this because his love for Juliet has caused him into believing that he rather die then not being able to see Juliet. Another key point is when Romeo commits suicide because he can not live without Juliet. Not only does Romeo commit suicide, but so does Juliet when she wakes up form a deep sleep and finds Romeo dead right next to
Romeo vows he loves Juliet with so much devotion that he would deny his name for her. Juliet hears Romeo’s voice and wonders who is speaking and why he is in her garden. Juliet tells Romeo that if any of their kinsmen see them together their kinsmen will murder Romeo. He then replies, “My life were better ended by their hate / Than death proroguèd, wanting of thy love” (2.2.82-82). Romeo would rather have the kinsmen kill him than live without Juliet and her love.
/ For I ne'er saw true beauty till this night” (1.5.54-55). Romeo is extremely lovesick and unsure what to do with himself without Rosaline. But, within a matter of seconds of seeing Juliet he completely forgets about his love and sets himself up on a collision course with disaster. Romeo’s impetuousness causes him great trouble after seeing his cousin-in-law, Tybalt, murder his best friend, Mercutio. Momentarily after Tybalt returns to the scene of