He states, " For this alliance may so happy prove,/ To turn you households' rancour to pure love." Friar Laurence advises two enemy lovers to marry each other, intending to turn the hatred between their families into love, but he doesn't realized the outcome of their marriage. Their parent's disagree to their marriage, and as a result the outcome of... ... middle of paper ... ...ua, with my letters to thy lord." By giving the responsibility of handing the letter to Romeo to someone else, he doesn't show responsibility towards the lovers and puts Romeo in serious misconception of Juliet's death which eventually leads to his death. Friar Laurence fails to plan accurately for Juliet's fake death, which ultimately leads to the death of the lovers.
While doing their Latin lesson he confesses his true identity and intentions and she agrees to elope with him. Lucentio was not the most manliest when it came to expressing his feelings. He took an old, overused approach to win Bianca’s love. “Tranio, I burn, I pine, I perish, Tranio, If I achieve not this young modest girl.” (1:1:155-156) He fell in love with her mild behavior and beauty which is actually, not true love like he says it is. Once he is married he discovers this as Bianca executes shrewish behavior... ... middle of paper ... ...shrew could be tamed.
After all the disagreements and years of obedience it finally came to an end when the daughters made their own decisions. The decisions might of not been the best decisions since Desdemona and Juliet were both dead at the end however, at least they passed away with happiness, knowing they made the decision to marry a man without their fathers approval. The fathers come off as possessive and loving but the bond can often be too strong. Both dilemmas between choosing lovers and family ended in death and regret. Works Cited Shakespeare, William, and Alvin B. Kernan.
Gremio is really does not stand a chance because of his age and lack of money. Gremio also helps Lucentio without knowledge of it because he hired Lucentio to be Bianca’s schoolmaster giving him the chance to woo Bianca. Lucentio is the cleverest of the three suitors because he is able to trick Gremio and marries her secretly. Lucentio is the cleverest of the suitors because he elopes with Bianca capturing her and cuts off the opportunity for the other suitors to woo her making her all his. Petruchio is the manliest of the suitors because he openly woos Kate and Lucentio the cleverest because his plan works without fail.
Don Pedro takes this opportunity to woo Hero, Leonato's only daughter and heir, for Claudio by pretending to be him. Don John uses this as an opportunity to begin his malevolent deception. In order to tarnish his rival brother, Don John pretends to think that Claudio is Benedick and confides in him that Don Pedro is wooing Hero for himself. 'my brother is in love, he is enamoured on Hero' Claudio is young and naïve and believes Don John, however he only finds out the information because he pretends to be Benedick. Not soon afterwards the situation is rectified and Don Pedro assures Claudio he was wooing Hero for him.
It makes people think badly of the family and shames them. People knew that Wickham wasn?t in love with Lydia, and that Lydia lives for the excitement. Lydia?s attitude towards marriage was that she enjoys flirting and having a good time, so wasn?t thinking of her future. In the book it says that Mr Wickham?s ?affection for her soon sunk into indifference?. As they were not thinking about love or their future, their marriage is not a happy one and although Lydia likes to brag about being the first one of the daughters to be married, it is predicted she will regret this later.
Instead, she yearns for her father’s attention, but she goes about getting it in the wrong ways. Unlike her elder sister, Bianca appears to be of a more complacent nature. Katharina dislikes her because their father shows favoritism towards her. Katharina talks back to everyone with her cold but creative remarks and makes her presence known in Act 1 Scene1: Katharina: I’faith, sir, you shall never need to fear. I wis it to not halfway to her heart - But if it were, doubt not her care should be
In this aspect of the theme,"nothing is as it seems" is where the comedic elements of the play come in. Lucentio and Hortensio both act as teachers to get Bianca's love and hand in marriage. Even though Hortensio claims his infatuation with Bianca is unexpected, he quits trying for her hand in marriage claiming that he would never fall for such a woman who could fall for a commoner like Cambio. When real Vincentio and bogus Vincentio speak to each other, bogus Vincentio is playing his role and along with that comes comedy. When asked by the real Vincentio if he is indeed Vincentio, bogus Vincentio replies "Ay, sir, so his mother says, if I may believe her."(5.1.35-36).
Our perception of the sisters is formed by what the men say about them and to them. Baptista, Kate and Bianca's father, tries to persuade Gremio and Hortensio, Bianca's suitors, to woo Kate, as she has no suitors yet. Gremio's first comments on Kate paint a picture of her in our minds, "To cart her rather! She's too rough for me". Already we have a bad first impression of her and it becomes worse when Hortensio insults her, "No mates for you unless you were of gentler, milder mould".