Juliet not knowing what it would be like obediently says that she will try to love him. As in the play, (1.4.103-05), she says, “I'll look to like, if looking liking move. But no more deep will endart mine eye than your consent gives strength to make it fly.” Juliet hasn't experience real love yet, so she doesn't understand what love is. Juliet promises to consider Paris as her possibly husband due to her mother's desires. Juliet's attitude and personality changes right after she meets sweet, charming Romeo.
Through language, Shakespeare presents these changes through exquisite puns, as well as foreshadowing the eventual suicides of Romeo and Juliet. From this point on in the play there are no more comedic or romantic scenes. Through Juliet's marriage and first sexual encounter she Juliet's first visible transformation to adulthood is revealed here. In Romeo's desire to be with Juliet, he is willing to risk capture, and most probably death, in being found within the Capulet walls. Romeo, although maturing in his feelings of love and intimacy is still young and reckless in his behavior.
Upon hearing the news of the arranged marriage, the audience sees a wiser, coyer Juliet. "I'll look to like" This gives the audience a new perspective on Juliet, showing she is more complex than first thought. Nurse's bawdy humour is used to lighten the mood. "Thou wilt fall backward when thou comest to age" The juxtaposition from seriousness to comedy is a light relief in such a serious play, keeping the audience's interest. A Shakespearean audience would have seen Juliet as a normal teenager about to be married, however a modern audience would see Juliet as a sheltered teen, who doesn't have a good idea about men.
In Romeo and Juliet, Juliet is one of the main characters. I have learned that she is quite rash and bold and that she falls in love quickly. Juliet doesn’t really change throughout the play.I would not consider doing what Juliet does in the friar’s plan .The friar’s plan for Juliet had a chance to work in the beginning, but due to the unfortunate circumstances it doesn’t work out. Throughout the play of Romeo and Juliet, I have learned several things about Juliet. During the play she is quite rash and bold.
“Romeo and Juliet”, a tragic love story written by William Shakespeare, is a play that has two main characters who are star-crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet. The protagonists come from feuding families, the Montagues and Capulets, which forces them to make many risky decisions regarding their love. Juliet especially faces many conflicts between what she wants to do and what others want her to do. This conflict causes her to develop her own will throughout the story as she undergoes a transformation. Although Shakespearian literature is entertaining, it also conveys a deeper meaning.
Like most love stories, the characters end up changing. Juliet changes a lot though the play, at the start she is a very obedient and 'a stranger to the world', but as time passes Juliet's language and actions change and she becomes more mature. She is pushed away from her family and is forced to lie to them to conceal her love. When Juliet is first mentioned it is when her father is talking to Paris about marriage prospects. Capulet is going on about how she is so young and does not have experience, "She hath not seen the change of fo... ... middle of paper ... ...o in Heaven.
I do with all my heart.” Juliet says in a short aside during Act 3, scene 5, line 83. Lord Capulet couldn’t know of Juliet’s feelings because he wasn’t the kind of parent who would understand. Yes, at first Capulet had every intention of fulfilling Juliet’s dreams, but pride shattered his good-will. “But woo her gentle Paris, get... ... middle of paper ... ...ery feud that brought them together. They died together.
Although, they both had good intentions, these goals could not be accomplished without the suffering of consequences. Furthermore, much controversy is seen throughout the play. Friar Lawrence and the Nurse both begin to contradict their original feelings towards helping Romeo and Juliet as they find themselves in difficult predicaments. Therefore, Friar Lawrence and the Nurse did not do the right thing as issues came about: the Nurse tells Juliet to marry Paris after hooking her and Romeo up, Friar marries Romeo and Juliet, and Friar leaves Juliet’s tomb when he hears trouble. First and foremost, Nurse agrees to Romeo and Juliet marrying but then goes back on her word after being attacked by the Father of Juliet.
Maybe he loved her too much, and that is why it ruined his life. He uses many characters throughout the play to prove his idea, like for example Juliet, who ended up a victim of love, dead at only fourteen years old after meeting Romeo. In addition, Friar Lawrence, who gave many hints that love should only happen moderately, and those who go too fast will fall. Furthermore, there is Mercutio, who is completely sure that love should not be taken seriously. In his opinion, women are not as good as men and can be replaced easily; therefore true love does not exist, nor does anything to do with love’s fate.
Young Romeo loves the fact of being “in love” with anyone. After Romeo’s breakup with Rosaline he was confident that he would never love anyone again until he saw Juliet. When the couple spotted each other they slowly found themselves in a corner by there selves. Before the two even get a chance to know each other Romeo makes the first move "'O, then dear saint, let lips do what hands do! (Shakespeare 1.4.1016).’" However Juliet hesitates towards Romeo’s gestures because she doesn’t know who Romeo is.