star crossed lovers. The audience can tell that this is going to be a play full of violence and romance. Shakesp... ... middle of paper ... ... dramatic effect by making Romeo and Juliet pay with their lives due to the actions and views of people around them. Romeo's and Juliet's death seems needless, as it was mainly the people around them who were fighting and not them. Romeo and Juliet largely kept out of the fighting apart from when Romeo killed Tybalt to avenge Mercutior death.
He wrote many different works as in plays and poems. “In addition to his thirty-seven plays, Shakespeare wrote an innovative collection of sonnets and two long narrativ... ... middle of paper ... ...and works very seriously. William Shakespeare is the best writer of all time in the field and time he resigned in. He is widely known as the best and is very famous for his works. He used humor to create the laughter from his audiences.
Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is known to be a tragedy but deep researches differentiate the causes of it. Some may argue and define it as the consequence of a destructive teenage love; nevertheless Romeo’s role is taken too lightly in that story. Hence, Romeo has been defined throughout the book as a very hasty personage whose actions are dictated by his emotions or by a bad situation he is trapped in proven by Tybalt’s death in the hands of Romeo. Therefore, to fully comprehend Romeo’s part in the story, if one considered that every action he accomplishes are the fruit of pure impulsiveness, the fact that everything he does result to a death or an unnecessary event and that if he really took his time to think before acting then, there would have had no problem. Thus, it can be well said that Romeo’s pushy and impulsive actions are responsible of the tragedy in the book.
What the Prince is saying is that, see what dreadful punishment has been laid upon your hatred. Heaven finds a reason to kill your joys with their love!" There are many forces in the tragic play of Romeo and Juliet that are keeping the two young, passionate lovers apart, all emanating from one main reason. In this essay I will discuss these as well as how love, in the end, may have been the cause that led to the tragic deaths of Romeo and Juliet. Their strong attraction to each other, which some call fate, determines where their forbidden love will take them.
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. This essay argued how the immaturity and naivety of the main characters lead to their downfall in the play of Romeo and Juliet. Overall in the essay the reader examined Romeos immaturity and irrational decisions, which lead to his death and Juliet’s immature decision, which lead to her death. Also how there immaturity made the outcome of the play different to what someone would predict. The reader can see a straight connection that Romeo and Juliet death was caused by their immaturity and naivety.
From there, Friar Lawrence created a plan so risky ... ... middle of paper ... ...ions and actions made by Friar Lawrence did not help, but hurt those involved. Friar Lawrence consistently shows that he is a terrible decision maker, a trait that influenced the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. In conclusion, Friar Lawrence is responsible for the deaths of the star-crossed lovers, despite them taking their own lives. The Friar has influenced the decision Romeo and Juliet made regarding their deaths by the inexcusable choices he made during the story. His decision to succumb to Romeo and Juliet’s desire to marry started the journey to their unfortunate deaths.
I have suggested him to ... ... middle of paper ... ...d Juliet are headed for disaster, and this line shows how her intense love for Romeo will lead to her death. The scene ends with the recognition by both Romeo and Juliet that they come from the feuding families. Watch Juliet's words: 'My only Love sprung from my only Hate'. Already at this stage there is a hint that love may conquer the hatred of the feuding factions. Conclusions Overall I found this essay quite easy but I found most difficult is putting the characters on the stage because I have to take in account not to put the main charters behind.
We all fall in love at some point in our lives whether it be a passion, faith, or another person. Falling in love is a natural human behavior. It ensures the continuance of the human race through reproduction. Love is often considered a mystery because of its unexplainable feelings. It is the personal and affectionate relationship between two people.
Without love they would not exist. George Hebert shows the benefits of love in relationships in this quotation that states "Love makes all hard hearts gentle." This quote expresses how a cold person coming into a relationship can be softened by love. Having a romantic partner gives a person a sense of reassurance, self-esteem, and love for himself. Love enhances the lives of both partners in the relationship.
Q. How does the poet 's love for the young man differ from his love for the Dark Lady? William Shakespeare, the immortal Poet and Dramatist, is considered to be the greatest English dramatist and poet. His writings include plays, comedies, historical plays, and tragedies and some numerous sonnets. He wrote one hundred fifty four sonnets during 13th to 14th century, which mostly discussed about his love towards the “Handsome Young Man” and “The Dark Lady”.