In my opinion, I think that the movie version and the play version, of Much Ado About Nothing by Shakespeare, are not very different. They have a lot of similarities for example; Hero and Claudio met and thought they should be together, Claudio thinks he saw Hero cheating on him with another man. So therefore at their wedding he demanded for her to die because of her relations with another man. Claudio realizes he was wrong about what she did and he had to marry her cousin without seeing her at all till they’re married. The wedding day comes and once she uncovers her face its hero, and Beatrice and Benedick are in love with each other.
Juliet is so in love with Romeo that when he finds her mistakenly dead he takes a deadly potion that kills him almost instantly. Following this Juliet is so depressed and sad about this event that she takes his dagger and stabs herself with it, to join her husband in Heaven. My essay is arguing the fact that Romeo and Juliet have feelings of true love towards each other. The feelings that Romeo and Juliet had for each other were true feelings of true love because
Final Analysis of Much Ado About Nothing In the film Much Ado About Nothing, which is one of Shakespeare’s comical plays, it talks about the complications within the lives of the characters and their road to achieving happiness. These complications arise within the relationships of Hero and Claudio, who fell in love at first sight and Beatrice and Benedick, the lovers that despise each other but fall in love in the last act. The fact that Claudio’s and Hero’s relationship is based on each other’s appearance is proven when Claudio said to Don Pedro “O, my lord, When you went onward on this ended action, I looked upon her with a soldier’s eye, That liked but had a rougher task in hand, than to drive liking to the name of love”. Considering this, Claudio and Hero relationship ends happily in the play, but I think later on there will be complications because they only like each other based on looks and nothing else. That is not how love works because you need to interact with each other more instead of just staring at one another; you need to talk about your ambitions for the future, goals in the relationship and what you want to accomplish together.
Porphyria 's lover is a tragic love story that ends in death and no remorse, “ her cheek once more blushed bright beneath my burning kiss: I propped her head up as before, only this time my shoulder bore her head which droops upon it still. The guy lacked empathy and compassion the love he had for Porphyria eventually brought her to her death. Whereas Adam and Eve the writer knows what he feels for Eve is strong, and he can barely resist her, however, he quickly comes to realize his thoughts may be uncalled for and obnoxious leading him to question himself. Unlike Porphyria 's Lover, Adam is disgusted and feels a sense of remorse he has empathy a conscience the writer states “until we say the truth there can be no tenderness, as long as there is desire we cannot be safe.” After being rejected by women, both narrators have extreme reactions, and both are internalized throughout the
Shakespeare displays this through the death of Romeo and Juliet. When the couple killed themselves for the other, the two houses realized how foolish they were with their hatred. Ultimately they accepted each other as equals when Lord Capulet exclaims, “O brother Montague, give me thy hand” (5.3.313) and Lord Montague replies, “For I will raise her statue in pure gold / There shall no figure at such rate be set / As that of true and faithful Juliet” (5.3.315-318). In a similar fashion, Kovu and Kiara’s love helped end the Pridelanders and Outlanders differences. Although the couple did not die, they had a major impact on ending the feud.
Fate cannot be changed Romeo and Juliet is a story of love that was destined for obliteration. They were innocent and fell in love with the wrong person. Fate is responsible for every action, idea, and scenes that led to “the fearful passage of their death-mark’d love.” (Prologue.9) The three events and aspects of fate led to the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet include: the feud between the two families, the nurse’s betrayal of Juliet, and fate during the masquerade party. Fate is the foundation, leading to calamity and the ruin of Romeo and Juliet. The chance of falling in love with a person whose family is feuding with his/her own family is low.
One of the most dramatic marriages ever read about was Macbeth and Lady Macbeth’s. Macbeth and Lady Macbeth’s relationship caused many chaotic outcomes, but in the end it proved to be fatal. In the beginning of Macbeth, the readers are already aware of the fascinating relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. Lady Macbeth received a letter from her husband about the witches’ prophecies. He wrote, “This have I thought good to to deliver thee, my dearest partner of greatness.”( Macbeth, Act 1, Scene 5, Lines 9-10) Macbeth knows that his wife will be in love with the thought of being queen.
She is a tragic character, who is unable to exist in the world which surrounds her so she makes up a better world in her imagination. The world she wishes to live in. People can sympathize with Blanche because of all the tragedy in her life. Susan Henthorne writes in her essay A Streetcar Named Desire, Death and desire bring Blanche to this low point in her life. She never recovers from the devastating death of her young husband, indirectly caused by the nature of his sexual desire.
She started out as being the typical wife of her time, someone who was very weak, obedient, and someone who didn’t have much of an opinion. Emilia, at the end of the play finds her voice, and her murder was nothing short of an honor. Her loyalty to “her lady” outweighed her relationship with her husband. I believe this is where I can insert the superego, after making the mistake of blindly assisting her husband in the murder of her lady this is where she grows. Her loyalty and morals is what led her to tell the truth about what happened, because it was wrong.
Frà Pandolf even predicted the woman’s death by using a metaphor (“Half-flush that dies along her throat”:9). Here he doesn’t only speak about the death of the colour of her cheek, but he foreshadows her own death. The Dukes reacts agitated by the “spot of joy” on his wife’s cheek by saying (“She had/ A heart- how shall I say? -too soon made glad,/ to easily impressed;”: 21, 22). He also doesn’t accept that (“She liked what’er/ She looked on, and her looks went everywhere”: 23, 24).