Oh, good, a knife! My body will be your sheath, Rust inside my body and let me die.”This proves that since Romeo killed himself for her she wants to kill herself with his dagger. Since they’re killing themselves for each other, they have feelings of true, passionate, and strong love for each other. In conclusion, Romeo and Juliet killed themselves for each other because it was true love. Another reason that the feelings that Romeo and Juliet had for each other were feelings of true love is They got married urgently..
Romeo Juliet and some others die because of love. Romeo and Juliet Love each other so much they would die to be able to see each other. The story Romeo and Juliet show love is stronger than hate as they risk their lives just to see each other and eventually die together. Hate may have killed them, but hate is not enough to disrupt their love, they are still together, even when they are dead. Can love be too strong in this case?
Romantic love in Romeo and Juliet In Romeo and Juliet, Love is more dangerous than any weapon. In the play, Shakespeare shows how the two star crossed lovers rushed affection leads to Death and Sadness for all in the Tragic love story, Romeo and Juliet. This play takes place in fair Verona, Italy and the show begins with two houses battling it out over an ancient feud, as the tragedy progresses Romeo of the Montagues and Juliet of the Capulets fall in love. In their volatile love, they make many bad decisions like getting married less than a day after they met and killing people because they could not control their emotions. In the end both Juliet and Romeo bite the dust and perish due to their decisions leading up to the closing hours of their
Here, Shakespeare foreshadows Juliet’s death. This death (along with Romeo’s death), occurred because of the dominating influence of young love rather than family values. Romeo and Juliet ignored their parents’ interpretation of an acceptable soul mate and led their relationship to a
Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare tells the tragic tale of of two teenagers, Romeo and Juliet, who fall in love despite their feuding families. At the end of the play, the star-crossed lovers take their lives, but that is not the only event that makes this play a tragedy. Along with the tragic ending, the banishment of Romeo, the forbidden love, and the deaths of several other beloved characters makes Romeo and Juliet a tragedy. One tragic event that occurs in Romeo and Juliet is when Romeo is exiled (Act III Scene II). At the beginning of the story, the Prince declares that the next time he catches a Montague fighting with a Capulet, they will be given the death penalty.
When Juliet sees that Romeo is dead she proceeds to stab herself with a dagger. Romeo’s marriage to Juliet is ultimately caused by his disregard for social boundaries. Thus, the marriage of Romeo and Juliet leads to his banishment and results in his and his lover’s suicide. Therefore, it is not anyone in the story other than Romeo himself, who is the main cause of him and his lover’s
The death of Romeo and Juliet is fate's end result. Evidence to prove the statement is hidden within the play’s complex Shakespearean language. The blame of it all became evident within the first couple of lines. The prologue, being an introduction, explained the situation and connected it with fate. Shakespeare states, “From forth the fatal loins of these two foes, a pair of star crossed lovers take their life” (prologue 5-6).
This quote proves that specifically Romeo’s love for Juliet was based on her looks rather then her personality and relationships that start like that are bound to end. Love should come more internally than externally and in their case it does not make their love impure. In short Romeo and Juliet's love was not real and not meant to last. We see this when Romeo and Juliet love each others looks rather than personalities, when Romeo loves juliet because his ego needs a boost and when Juliet loves romeo because she can not have him. To conclude Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet love was unforsaken, unholy and untrue No matter how hard an expert stargazer looks Romeo and Juliet isn't written in the
Imagine walking down the street, only to see a stranger that will be your spouse within hours. Could that be love? In William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the couple meets, and they instantly claim to have fallen for each other. Their families hate each other, making their “love” forbidden. This ultimately leads young Romeo and Juliet to take their own lives.