Juliet is an innocent, pretty and naïve thirteen year old girl who is the daughter of Capulet and lady Capulet. She falls in love with Romeo however due to her strict upbringing she doesn’t have the freedom that Romeo does. However she trusts him a lot with her life because she really loves him. Juliet is close with her Nurse, who has been alongside her since she was born.
Fate plays a chief role in the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet belong to feuding families. The family feud causes them to keep their love and marriage a secret, therefore only Romeo, Juliet, Benvolio, Friar Lawrence and the Nurse know of their love. Misinterpretations, misunderstandings, and wrong impressions lead to the death of two young adults and the mourning of two families.
The Nurse is caring and loving to Juliet, like every mother should be to their daughter/son. However, in the film, the relationship between the Nurse and Juliet is not like it should have been like in the play. Their relationship, is not like an actual caring for each other, and they do not seem close to each other, like telling each other things and secrets, or helping out each other in their problems. The Nurse just seems like a normal nurse. This makes a huge effects on the audience because it shows the opposite of what the Nurse really is in the play. The people who have never read the play would just probably think that the Nurse is just a servant of the
When Juliet finds out that her father is the one who is pushing the relationship between Paris and her, she specifically tells her father no. Although when she does, her father threatens to disown her as said in act 3 scene
Death in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet The story of Romeo and Juliet, two star crossed lovers whose forbidden love caused their deaths but who was to blame? All the characters and events through the miscalculations and timings of circumstances determined the tragic fate of these lovers. Throughout the essay all possibilities will be explored, and whether things could be different if their love was just accepted. This love story between Romeo and Juliet, that ended in death, was the result of all the characters, everyone was to blame for these tragic circumstances.
Death in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet die untimely deaths as a result of Verona's typical feuding society that they grew up in. Many would agree this description is extremely accurate though there are some other issues, which also may have had an influence on Romeo and Juliet's tragic deaths. The other focus will be on the language used by Shakespeare and how it points to Romeo and Juliet's death yet enthralls the audience's interest throughout the play. The justification that the feuding was the cause of Romeo and Juliet's death is emphasised clearly on the chorus at the beginning of the play 'which but their children's end nought could remove'. This signifies that the feud was so extreme, the only way the Capulets and Montagues would bury the strife between the families would be Romeo and Juliet's deaths.
The Deaths of Romeo and Juliet in William Shakespeare's Play Romeo and Juliet are portrayed as innocents stuck between two warring families. Through studying the play we have looked deeper into the relationships between characters and therefore the part played by each character in the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. From this I have been able to decide that Friar Lawrence, Nurse and the parents of the two lovers have most blame. Lord and Lady Capulet have a large part to play in the deaths of the children because they didn't have a close relationship with Juliet. "Thou knowest my daughter is of a pretty age.
Romeo and Juliet’s Death in William Shakespeare's Play All types of Elizabethan people would go to the theatre. The upper class would sit in the galleries, while the poorer people would stand on the ground around the stage. Some men would be allowed to sit on the stage around the actors as they were performing. The audience would throw things and shout at the actors. The theatre would be built around a square or round courtyard.
Love in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet "Romeo and Juliet" is a love tragedy based on different kinds of loves. Romeo and Juliet become married in a forbidden relationship over the high tension brawl between their rival families which Shakespeare clearly shows in the play. Despite the family brawls, the pair decides to let their "perfect" love defeat all. Peoples ideas have changed in the space of 400 years, for example back then some loves featured in this play would produce different reactions to the audience, than today. Shakespeare opens the play with the chorus who speaks a sonnet, where love imagery is found; "Two Star-crossed lovers" =
Love in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet “Here’s much to do with hate but more with love”, (act 1 scene1 line 169). Although this is only one line from the play it virtually concludes the whole play and sums up the whole story. It shows that the play is not solely about love but also a lot of hatred is involved in the play. However, as the quotation suggest, the play is “more” to do with the power of love. There are many different types of love explored; you can see representations of bawdy love; sexual love; romantic love; family love; brotherly love and motherly and fatherly love.