Yet the morning before, Romeo was suffering from depression because he could never have his Rosaline. After what seems like a lifetime of loving Rosaline and promising to never love anyone but her, Romeo sees Juliet and instantaneously all his thoughts of Rosaline vanish. Romeo becomes infatuated with Juliet, with whom he exchanges less then fifty words before “falling in love.” The next morning he begs Friar L... ... middle of paper ... ... and is ready to swear the vows of marriage with Romeo. Juliet’s reckless and hasty decisions demonstrate her impulsiveness. Juliet’s love for Romeo largely dictates her brash decisions and speech.
Romeo displays emotional immaturity by believing that he could never love anyone besides Rosaline. “She is too fair, too wise, wisely too fair,/ To merit bliss by making me despair./ She hath forsworn to love, and in that vow/ Do I live dead that live to tell it now” (Shakespeare I.i.212-215). Romeo’s unhappy obsession with Rosaline is driven by lust, which he falsely claims to be love. Romeo is grief-stricken over Rosaline’s decision to be celibate. By believing that he was unable to function and live without her shows his lack of experience in his romantic endeavors.
Some say they acted like children, some say they were just in a daze, but despite knowing the risks and consequences of loving Juliet, Romeo continues to ignore them and fight for more time with her, resulting in his own demise. Romeo, a man of great yearning for love, gazes after his beautiful
Romeo also says that "Out of her favour where I am in love" This shows that Romeo is love sick for this girl but she doesn't want to give him anything in return, due to this he cannot forget his love ... ... middle of paper ... ...on his enemy. Later on after the party had finished Romeo sneaked to see Juliet. When Romeo sees Juliet on the balcony talking to herself about Romeo how she loves him but how it impossible for them to be as both of their families are having a feud. Romeo decides to listen you her before replying "Call me but 'love' and I'm be new baptised henceforth I never be Romeo" When Romeo says this to Juliet he suggests to her that hew is prepared to deny his name and his family if she will love him. Romeo also tells Juliet how love overcomes all obstacles, he says that "With love's light wings did I o'eperch these walls for stony limits cannot hold love out" By saying this to Juliet Romeo also tells her that he is risking his life coming to her this shows that Romeo is brave and would do anything for love.
Lust and Love As one looks at the idea of “teenage love”, the story of “Romeo and Juliet” comes to mind. Shakespeare’s play take a hard look at what it means to be truly “in love”. The basic context is that two families have an old quarrel that causes much pain and strife. When the children, Romeo and Juliet, fall in “heated love”, much chaos ensues,because neither child is able to let the families know that they have been secretly married. Because of their inability to tell the truth, Romeo and Juliet must skulk around and keep their love hidde.
Romeo and Juliet are driven by love to keep this a secret from everyone because of the hatred between the two families and do not use their conscience to notice the consequences that will come ahead. In the next Act, the deep passion for each other between the two lovers continues and causes Romeo to act abnormally. Another way Shakespeare develops his theme is with diction. Act III begins with Tybalt looking for Romeo because of his anger for Romeo attending a Capulet party. Romeo shows up and Tybalt wants to fight Romeo in which he resists and says that he has a reason to love and to not feel the rage that he normally should.
Romeo and Juliet are two lovers that are both searching for their perfect match when they arrive at the Capulet Ball. The Capulets are Juliet’s family and Romeo’s family is the Montague's. Both families have had a large, hateful relationship and have tried to steer away from each other because if one even looks the wrong way at the other they would start a huge fight. Romeo never wanted to go to the ball because he was sad that his love, Rosaline, wouldn’t return his love. His friend, Mercutio, was very stubborn and knew that Romeo would have a good time so he wouldn’t leave Romeo to be by himself.
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.
Mercutio seems to hate love; to speak out against love. Throughout the play, Romeo's feelings for Juliet are based on an immature concept of love. Romeo and Juliet believe that the love they have is a deep, lasting, and true love. However, Romeo's actions speak otherwise through Rosaline, Mercutio, and Juliet. Shakespeare bases the book on how two people fall in love and are meant to be together but really is a tale of misguided, immature youth who fall victim to their own childishness.
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