The passage I have just quoted shows that in revising the play he still did not discredit Romeo's love for Rosaline. Romeo and Rosaline's love can be called unrequited love, which. Secondly, a problem is rarely reconciled until each side is confronted with a severe loss. She helped make their short relationship possible. He is just a man who is capable of love. At the end of the play, they tried to be together happily but end up sad … ly dying.
If Shakespeare at thirty-three were himself deeply in love — and I believe that nobody but a lover could have written Romeo and Juliet — he had no wish to portray a man's final love as a first love, nor had he any reason for trying to make the completeness of one depend upon the unreality of the other. Love also makes the story interesting to an audience of Shakespeare's time; also to audiences of more modern times as people are still enjoying his work to this day. They are able to perceive further than many around them, and do not come to conclusions about people based on what they have been told. However, analyzing the parts that make this whole, we can conclude that the end of any feud cannot make up for the loss of life that occurred while the feud was taking place. Lord Montague arrives and reports that his wife has died from grief over Romeo's exile, then learns himself of Romeo's death. First, when Romeo found out that he could not be with Rosaline, he just sulked around, talking poetically about love, or at least what he thought love was. Romeo and Juliet end up dead and the feud between the Montagues and Capulets is over.
Juliet does not have enough life experience to understand her own feelings. His over-the-top infatuation with Rosaline at the beginning of the play, immediately followed by, um, completely forgetting about Rosaline, can make Romeo seem shallow and foolish. We're all believers in here I agree with Romiet. There are many important arguments both ways, and it is important part of the play to think about whilst reading or watching it. In this paper I intend on exploring the answers to these questions that are lingering in my mind.
So why does Romeo end up killing Tybalt, anyway? Despite the nurse's efforts the plans go array because of the arranged marriage between Juliet and Paris. At Lawrence's cell, Friar John reports he could not deliver the letter to Romeo since he John got stuck in a quarantined house while searching for Romeo. I will accept the argument you put down, but it needs heavy reconsideration. Prodigious birth of love is it to me That I must love a loathed enemy. Had they not been so blinded by this love, both could have found a way for their love to exist. Romeo and Juliet guided me, they were here when no one else was. It is something that is different to everybody, yet similar at the same time.
The story of the two protagonists during the time has assumed a symbolic value becoming the archetype of perfect love but opposed by the community. In the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, countless types of love are shown. He asks Benvolio: Where shall we dine? He doesn't want to live with her, he wants sex. My point is, you can imagine their future. Perhaps the fact that it was Juliet was so introduced. We are all governed by circumstance, aren't we? This is … thy sheath; there rust, and let me die. He goes to see her, sees her dead and takes the poison.
Here she enabling them to have their wedding night together, once again encouraging the relationship. Love is the end of Romeo's life, this is not the language of love, this is the language of infatuation and Shakespeare exaggerates Romeo's infatuation with his constant talk of sadness, devotion and depression. Juliet is still girlish in 1597, but she is no longer a child of thirteen. When Romeo thinks of Juliet, however, he is filled with hope and happiness. However, love and war have also shown up in more recent situations, such as in the book The 5th wave.
In the book Juliet goes to Friar Laurence. The news for Montecchi are coming after they were banished from the city of Cangrande della Scala after they were trying a conspiracy against it. The play is a tragic love story where true love triumphs and is then destroyed, but definitely not in vain. You didn't burst anyone's bubble. These scenes have comment with each other that the main male characters are very needed to the main female characters. You are currently viewing our boards as a guest which gives you limited access to view most discussions and access our other features.
It is one of the most famous of Shakespeare's plays and one of his earliest theatrical triumphs. In sorrow, Romeo lays Paris in the tomb, while Paris' page secretly leaves to call the watch. Romeo, as it turns out, has been off doing what Romeo does best…daydreaming about a girl. Love and war are two factors in life that are simply always together and are inextricable. The Prince and Lord and Lady Capulet arrive and learn Paris, Romeo, and Juliet are dead amazingly to them, Juliet seems to have been alive, and then newly dead again. Romeo falls in love at first sight with Juliet. That being said, the original play of Romeo and Juliet is a perfect example of love and war showcasing it throughout.