Romeo and Juliet would rather have killed themselves than live in a world without each other. Concluding that the play by William Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet is indeed tragic story about two star crossed lovers trying to find a way to love each other. In the tragic end the two did find a way to be together in the afterlife. From the start both battled the tragic feud between the two families the Montagues and the Capulets, and both struggled against fate and in the end both tragically lost their lives due to a miscommunication. This is in fact a tragic play of two star crossed lovers trying to be together and love each other, they succeed in a tragic way but now they are together at long last.
Romeo's words reveal that he found the love of his life. He says that he cannot leave because of Juliet. He has to go back to the Capulet's orchard in order to find his h... ... middle of paper ... ...ir love lacked wisdom and so it brought them doom - it brought them tragedy. Their union created devastating endings, thus creating the whole point of Shakespeare's play. The star-crossed lovers made choices that altered what fate has in store for them.
Therefore, it is indicative that fate has to lead to Romeo’s true love and life , Juliet being forbidden from him. Furthermore, when Juliet hears the Nurse reveal that Romeo is a Montague, she says, “My only love sprung from my only hate! Too early seen unknown, and known too late! Prodigious birth of love it is to me, That I must love a loathed enemy.” Juliet falls in with Romeo not knowing that her star crossed lover Romeo is a Montague. Her unconditional love for Romeo is scarred by the knowledge that their love is prohibited.
Strong and independent, Juliet seeks to escape her family’s will to marry her off to Paris, a kinsman of the Prince. Fate ties these adolescents’ lives together binding them to witness the ill-fortunes of Romeo and Juliet’s love. Romeo and Juliet prove themselves woefully impulsive through their words and actions, which ultimately lead them along a series of unfortunate mishaps. Romeo’s numerous rash decisions demonstrates his great impulsiveness. Romeo at first grieves over his unreciprocated love for Rosaline, but after he sees Juliet; he forgets about Rosaline entirely.
This vividly shows how fast Romeo can fall in love, which shows immaturity. This also shows that he’s very shallow because for him love is based on physical beauty as he only saw Juliet for the first time. Another example of Romeo’s immaturity includes when the prince was merciful and banished Romeo from Verona for killing Tybalt and Romeo whished the prince had sentenced death for him. Also it shows that Romeo did not ... ... middle of paper ... ...” (Shakespeare 5.3.174-175). The reader will see that Juliet shows innocence as she was in a tough position and wanted to die with her Romeo whom she loved.
Romeo and Juliet: The Play" Accidentally, incidentally, unintentionally, intentionally; no one ever really knows, but we are for certain one thing: “the heart isits own fate.” For Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet, two star-crossed lovers in Shakespeare’s masterpiece play ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ this holds especially true. Romeo and Juliet’s “misadventure piteous overthrow” is fueled by their love for each other and their determination to be together, no matter what. Romeo and Juliet’s love with stands the hate surrounding them. Thus, fate is undoubtedly the most responsible influence for the two young lovers’ heartbreaking tragedy. A letter, never meant to even graze the hand of a Montague, was indeed read by a Montague.
Romeo and Juliet fall in love without knowing each other’s identity. “my love sprung from my only hate….. that I must love a loathed enemy” Juliet is referring to her falling in love with Romeo too soon before she knew who he was and that they should be enemies. Juliet figures out she fell in love with the only son of the Montague house hold. No matter how much Romeo and Juliet try their best to fix the hate between their families it does not work. They were not able to change their
Prodigious birth of love it is to me That I must love a loathèd enemy. (1.5.152-5) By this, Juliet means to say: If only she had known who Romeo was before falling in love with him; Schoendorfer 2 What an ominous sign that she should love the only son of her family's greatest enemy. This proves that Romeo and Juliet were indeed fated to fall in love, for if either Juliet or Romeo had the choice, neither of them would have chosen to fall in love with someone completely unaccessable. The death of Romeo and Juliet is as well predestined, for it brings the families together and peace to Verona's streets. This is shown in the following excerpt from the prologue: From forth the fatal loins of these two foes A pair of star-crossed lovers take their life; Whose misadventured piteous overthrows Doth with their death bury their parents' strife.
fate) meddling in the affairs of both the Capulets and the Montagues, Romeo would have never been invited to the party. The servant of t... ... middle of paper ... ...kespeare, a play about love, hate, and the death of two doomed lovers, Fate is to blame for the lover's demise. While some may argue that Friar Laurence is the cause of Romeo and Juliet's death, Fate is actually to blame. This is shown clearly at the beginning of the play with the mention of "star-crossed lovers," as well as throughout the play with references to "fortune" or "stars." Fate caused Romeo and Juliet to fall in love as well as meddled in the situations regarding both Romeo and Juliet, therefore causing their demise and fulfilling its duty.
No one can go through life without a little bit of fate, love and hate. It is humanly impossible. Shakespeare created a world known play about 2 people deeply in love with each other from rival family called Romeo and Juliet. Love, fate and hate where conveyed thought the whole play. Fate was shown in the play but it was bad fate it turned Romeo and Juliet life to hell.