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- “Romeo, please, come out into the sunlight. Meet some young ladies and impute on having a new love. There is a big gathering for young ladies and men at the Capulet’s home. Why don’t you just come along and augment your thoughts on other women?” Mercutio explained to Romeo.
- Sexual harassment has been a prevalent occurrence in workplace across the country. Sexual aberration can lead to damage to personal reputation, loss of dignity, or even physical injury. Although it is illegal, it continues to happen in this politically correct era.
- ?It is not so much the central characters of the play, Romeo and Juliet themselves, as the minor characters that are responsible for their tragic end.? I agree with this analysis to a high extent, but have also considered the other possible reasons why they died.
- After reading Shakespeare?s “Romeo and Juliet” I noticed something that everybody must had noticed: their immaturity. Romeo and Juliet see each other and instantly fall in love. The next day they get married and two days after that they die for each other.
- Friar Lawrence was one of the most important characters in the novel. Even though he was not on the stage for most of the play he greatly contributed to the tragedy that would soon happen at the end of the play. There was basically three major parts that lead to the death of Romeo and Juliet, which Friar Lawrence was involved in all of them.
- My heart has mourned for you for what seems like an eternity though it only been a short time. I fear you ve heard of the treacherous news that my dagger doth shed the blood of thy cousin Tybalt. I cannot say to you that it was an accident I would be marked a liar.
- The reader can tell this by the way the two speak. Romeo says that the Holy Words the Friar speaks can make something without an equal (Act II, Scene , Line 4) which is a very intelligent thing to say.
- To start with, we can see that the general situation is rather like a clan or tribal conflict Such conflict can lead to social disorder, bloodshed or even death It all start with the conflict between the two households
- Love, with its binding, twisting labyrinth of emotions, often has diverse effects on those caught in its grasp. To the lovers in Shakespeare s Romeo & Juliet, love is an overwhelming, overpowering emotion to which all else must yield. Both of the teenagers felt an immediate tug at the first sight of one another and desperately acknowledged that nothing was to be left in the onslaught of that sweeping tide.
- Romeo and Juliet is indeed a pair of star-crossed lovers (Prologue, Pg1). From the opening scenes of the play, the children of the two feuding families, the Montagues and the Capulets, the young couple is presaged to fall in love and eventually die together.
- Romeo and Juliet, by Shakespeare, is a play which shows how prejudice leads to escalating violence. Prejudice leads to violence shown in the play when the feuding families, the Montagues and Capulets, fight. In each case, disruption, fighting, injuries and death occur.
- O be gone For I shall know not what I do but rather do what I must A madman?s mercy bid thee, run away. Paris I defy thee! For thou hast done my love great injustice. Romeo Her love is mine! Your love she shall never be! [they fight] [Paris is slain] Romeo Forgive me good sir For again, I know not what I do Inside the tomb of Capulet Romeo O Fair Juliet why must thou torture me so For even in death thy beauty is paralleled only by the stars in the sky.
- Love is a juxtaposed emotion that makes life uniquely human. It is an experience that brings out an ecstasy of emotions taking two lovers on an unforgettable thrill ride. Love plays an important role in ours lives and influences the choices we make and the things that we value in life.
- Two films, both alike in content, set in fair Verona, where the directors laid out their scene, one created by Franco Zeffirelli in 1968 and the other by Baz Luhbrmann in 1996. Both cinematic, both staying true to the plot and dialogue, each one radically different than the other, Zeffirelli sets his film within historical actuality, while Luhbrmann presents his with a modern twist.
- The Petrachan lover has many characteristics. The Petrachan lover is attracted to beauty, and list physical characteristics. He idealizes his mate. He is normally infatuated with his lover. The Petrachan lover uses many metaphors and similes. He is smooth, fancy, and very flowery.
- It isn’t until the last part of West Side Story, where Tony, our modern-day Romeo, dies and Maria, Tony’s Juliet, doesn’t (unlike the two star-crossed lovers of Shakespeare’s work), that the major difference between the two works becomes apparent.
- The theme of love, which he explains in other keys in plays before and after remain central, though now it is to idealized in all seriousness(Sauffer 9). All through the play Shakespeare constantly held love as the basis of the play.
- Romeo and Juliet, one of the most famous and acclaimed plays of William Shakespeare, recounts the romance of a couple whose lives destiny would at the end head towards tragedy. This play takes place in Verona in the late 1500’s. The play deals mostly with the fact that Romeo couldn’t be with Juliet since their families were such big rivals.
- For my English creative writing assignment, I have chosen to do a letter correspondence between a modern Romeo and Juliet. I have turned the play around a bit, and it differs from the original story. Near the end of the play, the Capulets discover Juliet and Romeo’s marriage and forbid her to see him ever again.
- “For never was a story of more woe/ Than this of Juliet and her Romeo.” (5.3.315-316) Though many critics would argue that the woe is due only to the theme of fate, but many other factors significantly contributed to this tragedy. The theme of love does not exist only between the play’s namesakes, but it extends to the love that many other characters share for this couple.