Who Is The Sweet Talker In Romeo And Juliet

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The story Romeo and Juliet is by William Shakespeare and it is a tragedy play which means a branch of drama that treats in a serious and dignified style the sorrowful or terrible events encountered or caused by a heroic individual. In the story, Romeo and Juliet, Romeo has a mixture of desirable and undesirable qualities throughout the whole story. The traits of him being desirable is he is a sweet talker and, he is always motivated and never gives up. The traits of him being desirable are that he is stupid, and he falls in love too easily. That he is a sweet talker. These are Romeo’s desirable traits! The reason that he is a sweet talker is that he said “my lips, two blushing pilgrims, ready stand” (1.5.95-96) that mean he is trying to sweet to Juliet by comparing her to good things Thee another reason that he is a sweet talker is because he…show more content…
For example, he is stupid because he said “Did my heart love till now? Forswear it sights! For I never saw true beauty till this night”(
1.5.53-54) to explain that he saw Juliet in one night and said that he was in love with her which that is crazy. Another example that tells you why he is stupid is that he said about Juliet to himself “I cannot counter wall the exchange of soy that one short minute gives me her sight” that is stupid because you don't just love someone in one short minute. Other undesirable traits that Romeo has is he falls in love too easily. An example that Romeo falls in love to easily is that he said “Did my heart love till now? Forswear it, sight”(1.5.53) the reason I Said that he falls in love too easily from this example is that he is said that he loves Juliet but he has on met her once. Another example that he falls in love too easily is he said: “To smooth that rough touch with a tender kiss”(1.5.96) that means that he fell deeply in love with Juliet and he has only met her once.

That is Romeo’s desirable and undesirable traits of the Romeo and
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