Romantic love is always returned and mutual between two people. Although the entire play is based around this type of love, there is a major scene where it shows another example. In the balcony scene romeo says to Juliet, “ Th’ exchange of thy love’s faithful vow for mine.”(2.2.127). In this scene they exchange their vows of eternal love to each other. Which is a great example of romantic
Romeo and Juliet only had to glance at each other and it was love at first sight. Although they loved their families and knew what they felt for each other and what they were doing was wrong, they still continued. This is to say that they had an urge, an uncontrollable lust and love for each other that is above anything else. At the end of the story, it is again proven that their love is the most powerful one because they were prepared to die together rather than live
Emily Dickinson’s “Success is counted sweetest” is a poem that describes the longing for success from someone who never achieves it. Throughout the poem she provides metaphors that further explain her opinion of success: it is “most meaningful when it is in the minds of those who have only known failure” (Explanation Par. 2). In her famous biography “This was a Poet”, the author, George Frisbie Whicher, states that this poem is “the perception of value won through deprivation” (Explanation Par.4). The persona of the poem compares success to three examples: nectar, the flag of victory, and the drums of war.
In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, love between the two main characters is demonstrated by their perseverance, sacrifices, and unwillingness to live without each other. Throughout the play, Romeo and Juliet experience life changing events together and even make the ultimate sacrifice by joining each other in death. The meaning of love can be interpreted in many ways, but some significant qualities are affection, accepting, and selflessness. While Romeo and Juliet are a pair of star-crossed lovers, they definitely have these qualities. Their love can be debated as infatuation, but their actions and words prove otherwise.
Throughout a lifetime, people endure the values of finding love and experience the hardships of the incluence of society. In the novel Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston, the main character Janie Starks undergoes the search for love by being in a relationship with many men throughout her life. In the novel The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Jay Gatsby a wealthy man is continously trying to get the attention of his long lost love, Daisy Buchanan. In both novels, the characters experience the journey of finding love and also experience the hardship of the influence of society. Even if it ends badly, love is worth it.
Since Juliet can't leave her home without a male guard or anyone by her side, she has Romeo and the nurse to help her . Romeo is like most guys now because no matter how much their families don’t get along his still aspires to marry Juliet with or without her parents blessings. Most guys now do not ask for a blessing and honestly do not care if he’s hated by the family he will still go along and marry. Romeo is a good character that could relate to today’s audience. The character Romeo in the Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet is the most realistic character because people can relate to the way he speaks and the things he says and does to Juliet.
Doodle wanted to please his Brother and demanded his approval due to that, with fear he ended up touching his coffin. I have a younger sister, we share games, laughter, and fights. Nonetheless, at the end of the day, we genuinely enjoy spending time together. She looks up to me and often seeks for advice. Even though she is really young we are still like best friends and I love her with all my heart.
However, Helena has been always in love with him. She is the only one that cares more about the essence of love. In fact, when the two Athenians boys love the same woman she says: “Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind”(I.i.234). With that sentence, she is referring to the beauty of Hermia that impedes Demetrius from noticing the virtues of Helena; and finally, the last couple is Theseus and Hyppolyta. They appear at the beginning and at the end of the play, being imperceptible for the rest of the comedy.
Though she did love him in the past, it’s been so long that she had already married and had a child with Tom. That feeling is still there but just his money isn’t enough to bring it all back and make her leave him. In the story Nick and Gatsby have a conversation where Gatsby says “"Can 't repeat the past?" [...]"Why of course you can!" He looked around him wildly, as if the past were lurking here in the shadow of his house, just out of reach of his hand.
Other's say that his mother gave him the talent to play this instrument. Orpheus played the golden lyre. He started playing when he was just a little boy. He always loved the sound it made and how it made him feel. He would play it every day and would never get tired of it.