His hatred for the Montagues is shown in the quote, Jones 3 TYBALT: “It fits when such a villain is a guest. I’ll not endure him.” ( 1.5.73-74). Tybalt’s hatred for Romeo is eventually the death of him. Tybalt’s temper and rage is shown in the quote, TYBALT: “Patience perforce with willful choler meeting Makes my flesh tremble in their different greeting.
One of the first instances of Tybalt's reckless and arguable behavior is when he gets into a heated argument with Romeo at the Capulet party because Romeo has come uninvited, and he declares, "What, dares the slave come hither, covered with an antic face, to fleer and scorn at our solemnity?" (Rom 1.5.60-62). Tybalt's aggressive behavior and insults towards Romeo only serve to escalate the tension between the Capulets and Montagues. Tybalt has
From the first time, the audience is introduced to Tybalt he is characterized as an instigator and a generally perturbed person, he has a clear hatred for the Montagues and appears to be his life’s purpose to embroil the Montagues and more specifically Romeo’s life. No doubt this contributes to the complications that the pair of lovers face through their short-lived relationship and lives. During the capulet’s party in act one, Tybalt declares “Patience perforce with willful choler meeting Makes my flesh tremble in their different greeting. I will withdraw, but this intrusion shall, Now seeming sweet, convert to bitt’rest gall.” (Shakespeare.
Tybalt is hot headed and rash. In the first act of Romeo and Juliet he is already starting fights as stated by him “What, drawn, and talk of peace? I hate the word / As I hate hell, all Montagues, and thee.”(1.1.63-64). Tybalt’s hate of peace is the most blatant example of his hot headed and rash actions. He is trying to get the Montagues riled up so that he can have a fight.
(1.5.80) Any man or child would not wish to undermine his or her elders authority especially when at their house so for Tybalt to say this is a very bold statement of his character. Not only is he hateful and bold but Tybalt is also very demanding to the people around him. He orders his servant to fetch his sword and in the olden days people were very mean and demanding of their servants. He also orders his uncle to get rid of Romeo at his uncles party.
“Impulsiveness is the enemy of all deep thought”-Anonymous. Throughout Romeo and Juliet, this quote is implemented, as the characters are driven by their strong emotions. Shakespeare institutes this theme of strong emotions leading to impulsiveness, in order to showcase the lack of maturity present in Shakespeare’s society. He does so by way of both Lord Capulet and the Friar’s actions, as well as the Prince’s threats and punishments. Shakespeare utilizes Lord Capulet’s impulsive decisions driven by strong emotions, which in turn exhibits obvious immaturity.
As this quote demonstrates Tybalt doesn't fear the consequences even if it means death. In the same act, Lord Capulet tells Tybalt not to start anything or destroy Romeo's reputation because he has not done anything wrong. Yet Tybalt's Stubbornness results in Lord Capulet calling Tybalt a child which angered his pride. In a sense, Tybalt was only killing in part because of the rivalry between both families.
This turns out to be a fight that Tybalt would start and Romeo would finish. If Tybalt didn’t want to die, why would he send a message for a duel? A fight all started with a grudge that should never have happened. None of the other Capulets cared that Romeo was at the party, but Tybalt did. He wanted to fight, and Romeo didn’t.
Juliet tells Romeo, “How camest thou hither, tell me, and wherefore?/ The orchard walls are high and hard to climb,/ And the place death, considering who thou art,/ If any of my kinsmen find thee here (II.,ii, 62-65) Romeo risked his life for the person he loves, which shows a shift in maturity. “I would not for the world they saw thee here” (II., ii, 74). Juliet tells Romeo she wouldn’t let anything happen to him, which also shows a shift in maturity. The revenge, love, and secret marriage caused Romeo and Juliet to grow up quickly and become more of an adult and make more decisions on their own.
How strange is it if adults were acting as kids and kids were acting like adults? Ironically, this situation happens in the Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, a sad and tragic story. Throughout the story, Juliet, one of the protagonists of the story, begins showing signs that she was coming of age. In the beginning of the story, Juliet is described as the only daughter of the Capulets and she always depended on the Nurse, her mother, and her father. This all changed after Juliet fell in love with Romeo.
Romeo and Juliet is a well-known play written by William Shakespeare. Even though it is famous for being a love story, Shakespeare demonstrates that rebellion is closely tied together either it through the characters: Juliet, Romeo and Tybalt. By defying their families, authority and society's expectations, they set in motion the events in this tragedy. Romeo’s rebellion against society's expectations and his own family, the Montagues, is because of his love. His love of Rosaline is his first demonstration of defiance.
It is also yet another example of the impulsiveness of youth because Romeo didn't consider the danger he could get into at the party. One major example of the impulsiveness of youth in the play was when Romeo and Juliet got married (856-858) . They had only known each other for about 12 hours, and Juliet was only 14, too young for marriage in her dad’s opinion. Most older people of that time would know that marriage is a serious deal, but Romeo and Juliet treated it like a game because they were too young to know any better.
We all know the basic stereotype of teenagers. They are moody, emotional, dramatic, impulsive, reckless, and irresponsible. They are defiant, rebellious, and are often in trouble. They are often prone to breaking expensive things. Countless teenagers either currently have a cracked screen on their phone or they have broken one in the past.
Four hundred thousand deaths, six hundred thousand attempts, and two hundred thousand considerations in a single year. The seeming epidemic that is teen suicide plagues the minds of teachers, students, friends, neighbors, and parents. Despite this wide range of victims, teenage suicide most directly affects the parents of these children, who commonly feel an overwhelming sense of guilt due to their inability to help their children. However, to many it appears obvious that there are not many things parents can do to prevent suicide, for many reasons. Furthermore, William Shakespeare proves this with his tragedy “Romeo and Juliet” in which two teenagers take their lives.
Tybalt believes that Romeo attended the fest to mock and show disgrace to the Capulet and therefore wanted to kill Romeo. however, which in fact is not true as Romeo came to meet Rosaline and is known in the city to be a very nice man. Tybalt’s feeling about Romeo is not due to his actions but because of his passionate hate for Romeo as he is a Montague a family enemy. In addition, Tybalt Mercutio has great hate towards the Capulets and along with his short temper has caused his death and gotten Romeo banished from