The Compulsive Character In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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In Romeo and Juliet, Romeo is the more compulsive than Juliet. First, Romeo falls in love much to easily. Romeo says to Benvolio “ Out of her favor where I am in love” (1.1.178) This example illustrates Romeo is more compulsive because he is clearly in love with someone who doesn’t show interest. Second, Romeo falls in love at first sight. Romeo says “For I ne’er saw true beauty till this night.” (1.5.58) This example implies that Romeo falls in love at first sight. Finally, Romeo is very emotional. Romeo says “I’ll go along, no much sight to be shown, but to rejoice in splendor of my own. (1.2.187-188) from this evidence Romeo is very sad a lot of the time. Romeo is the more compulsive character in Romeo and Juliet because his emotions get

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