Shakespeare has created emotional character’s that contrast with the other characters strengths and their flaws. Romeo is a romantic character that is impulsive with the fact of being in love. However Juliet is cautious with how she handles her love conflict with Romeo, but determined to be with him. On the other hand Tybalt is loyal to the Capulet family, yet vengeful to the Montague family. When you love someone that your enemies with someone will always get hurt.
Juliet's attitude and personality changes right after she meets sweet, charming Romeo. During the time she meets Romeo, her adulthood is force into her life, though she is deeply in love with Romeo. Juliet spots the flaws in Romeo, where he likes to romanticize things and romance girls with his words. At the party that Capulet... ... middle of paper ... ...d, she becomes heartbroken and decides to take her own life as well. Throughout the play of Romeo and Juliet, Juliet is known as the obedient, young, immature girl to the determined, mature, adult.
Two lovers, different in beliefs, yet the same in thoughts and feelings, are set to have a tragic ending in their life story. In William Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare portrays differences between the love of Romeo for Juliet, and the love of Juliet for Romeo. Many people often wonder why this love between Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet did not turn out for the best. It is not their love for one another that finally breaks them apart from the world, it is the way they love one another. The couple struggled to the death trying to make their passionate love work out with each other, but their many differences kept coming up in their lives and getting in the way of their love.
An anonymous writer once wrote, “It’s bad manners to say I love you with a mouth full of lies”, yet a lot of people do. The denotation of love reads as an intense feeling of deep affection; however, people falsely believe that love meets certain criteria including giving gifts and calling their significant other terms of endearment. Based off of this idea, William Shakespeare’s play, Romeo and Juliet, is a story about two young teenagers from rivalling families who both have misconceptions about love. Until they meet each other, one thinks he is madly “in love” with someone else, while the other prepares for an arranged marriage set up by her family. After risking their lives to meet each other, chaos ensues and five days later several people end up hurt or dead.
Love can bring people together, but it also can tear them apart. In the play Romeo and Juliet written by William Shakespeare there are many types of love like forbidden love, romantic love, family love, and friendship love; the audience also sees the tragedy of true love. Forbidden love and romantic love are found between Romeo and Juliet. Family love is mainly seen in the Montague family because Juliet's family is not very open. Friendship love includes Romeo, Mercutio, and Benvolio’s friendship.
It's almost ironic how Shakespeare's play is often thought of as a story of true love, and not as a tale of two immature youth who believe they hold more than simply infatuation. Shakespeare shows that the love shared by Romeo and Juliet is nothing more than naïve attraction. For instance, (cut here?) Romeo is depressed about being “out of love” meaning the attraction he feels is not mutual, but he instantly forgets about his lovesickness, and the one he was in love with, when he locks eyes with another girl. This means that he never actually had true love to begin with as he first thought.
Romeo and Juliet is a classic love story written by William Shakespeare. The so called love story seems to focus on lust and may not necessarily be the best example of what true love really is. The two main characters Romeo, and Juliet are said to be “star crossed lovers.” Coming from families that hate one another, they have to go to extreme measures to be together. Looking at the story from the outside, it’s hard to understand how one can come to love so quickly. This raises the question of whether Romeo and Juliet are actually in love or do they just lust for one another?
Friar Laurence's support for their marriage encourages them for a wrong decision of marrying each other. Friar Laurence makes their decisions without their parents' permission. Romeo and Juliet's marriage leads to their tragic end. Friar Laurence marries Romeo and Juliet in the hope of getting two families together. He states, " For this alliance may so happy prove,/ To turn you households' rancour to pure love."
Due to that reason most people doesn’t believe in such a thing; they don’t see it as true love, but as the creation of lust, infatuation, and devastation one holds in their heart. On the other hand, some people reasons that love at first sight is possible and that it is the purest of all the love there is. In the novel Romeo and Juliet, Romeo and Juliet fell in love at first sight through their actions, their background, and though their usage of language. Shakespeare convinces us of this instant and mutual attraction through the exchange of a look, a kiss, and by the touching of each other’s hands. During the Capulet’s party, where Romeo and Juliet first encountered, as soon as Romeo set eyes on Juliet, he immediately fell in love with her; to him, it doesn’t matter who she is.
Many of Shakespeare's plays show a strong theme of love. Romeo and Juliet and Much Ado About Nothing deal primarily with the issue of true and false love. Romeo and Juliet, tragic play, is about two lovers who struggle, sacrifice, and defy their families and society for the sake of love that changes them completely. Although the end of Romeo and Juliet's story is death both of the lovers, their love turns to be immortal. Much Ado About Nothing, comedy play, is about two lovers who their relationship starts as child like and develops to be true love that motives the lovers to sacrifice in order to keep their love.