Romeo's Indecisive Love

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Have you ever known a boy that is more interested in love that hate? In the play “romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare, there is a male character named Romeo that is more interested in love than hate. Romeo is a lover, sentimental, and indecisive, shown by his words and actions. Romeo shows that he is a lover, sentimental, and indecisive by his words. Romeo shows that he is a lover by saying, “Beauty too rich for use, for earth too dear!” (1.5.45). Also when he says, “Did my heart love till now? Forswear it, sight! For I ne’er saw true beauty till this night.” (1.5.51-52). In these quotes, Romeo is saying that Juliet is the most beautiful girl ever. In general, a person that is a lover, by preferring love over hate, will say something, like that they have seen love before, to tell other people that they are a lover. Romeo is a lover because when he says this he is talking about Juliet, and he is being romantic, which means that he is choosing love over hate making him a lover. Romeo shows that he is sentimental when he say, “‘Tis torture, and not mercy. Heaven is here, where Juliet lives; and every cat and…show more content…
Romeo is indecisive because when he goes to the Capulet’s party, he is in love with another girl, but when he sees Juliet he is now in love with her. In general, an indecisive person will change their mind a lot. This shows that Romeo is indecisive because he was in love with another girl and he changed his mind when he got to the party and saw Juliet. Romeo shows that he is a lover when he decides to marry Juliet, in Act 2 Scene 6. He had just met Juliet the night before, and they fall in love so they decided to get married the next afternoon. In general, a lover believes in love at first sight, and that the person will fall in love right then and there. This shows that Romeo is a lover because he fell in love with Juliet in one night and decided to get
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