And when finally finding true love they discover that they have fallen in love their own enemy. They both realize that the idea of love can be amazing, but also a painful experience. Shakespeare demonstrates love versus evil and the forms love takes that is acknowledged as an universal issue that connects different types of audiences. Audiences are captured by relating on love and the emotions that are displayed. From Romeo and Rosaline’s unrequited love, Paris and Juliet’s false love, and Romeo and Juliet’s ill-fated love, create the forms of love that establishes love as a leading theme in Act I.
It is the tension between the desire and his reticence that shows us how much he truly loves Juliet. All the presentations of love in Romeo and Juliet have led to one inevitable Love, the love that changes a person's soul this is the love that Romeo and Juliet hold for one another, as they are willing to kill themselves to love freely. The prince says Love is what kills Romeo and Juliet, as 'The sun for sorrow will not show its head.' As Juliet is dead, love is dead. Romeo and Juliet illustrate their compassion and true Love for one another by paying the greatest price for their love death.
However the most definite affirmation of their love, is when the lovers make the ultimate sacrifice, their own lives. This pair of "star-crossed lovers" experience the most remarkable form of love imaginable, true love. Shakespeare´s presentation of 'love´ in the play 'Romeo and Juliet´ varies. Some characters think only of sex, others demonstrate a form of love with their children, but the one true, pure love is that of Romeo and Juliet. Each character in the play provides a frame to their love, their attitudes contrasting with young lovers.
Furthermore, by the end of the play the reader sees how love defeats the shock of death and how Romeo and Juliet’s love ends the ancient feud between the Capulets and Montagues. Using these three events, the reader sees Shakespeare’s message of how love can conquer all. In the desperate battle between love and hate, Shakespeare believes love to be the more powerful force in the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Shakespeare shows throughout the play how the characters continue to forgive the ones they love, even in the harsh circumstances. Angered by the death of his good friend Mercutio, Romeo slays Tybalt.
Pure love changes people it makes Romeo more passionate and Juliet becomes more independent. There love will last through hardship. They show that love is not just a feeling, it is something a person is willing to do something for. They had determination and then they gave them selves deterrent which was their love ,it illustrates the intensity of Romeo and Juliet’s love. The love of Romeo describes Juliet in terms of nature to express his admiration for her beau... ... middle of paper ... ...igure in the rest of the scene.
Themes of Love and Hate in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet, one of the most famous plays of all time, is so because of the combination of doomed love and troubled hate that plights the destiny of the two "star-crosse'd lovers". Before Act 1 Scene 5, love has already been displayed in many forms. Romeo shows an almost courtly love for Rosaline where he is to pursue her until he can win her. In contrast to this the nurse and the servants give a much more informal, bawdy presentation of love, perhaps this is because it is the only type of love they have the experienced. However, more likely it is used to emphasise the class differences that existed at the time.
It guides you through lots of things and decisions without thinking twice, which creates a problem. People say that love is exciting and untroubled, but if you look at real life and true love, there are troubles and down sides. Through out Shakespeare’s play of Romeo and Juliet shows that love will control the lovers and make them do crazy things such as make bad and good choices. Love is will give you problems and also make people delighted as well. But is love always joyful?
The dramatic language of Shakespeare’s young lovers in Romeo Juliet serve as a cautionary tale of love, lust and loss which displays their divergent relationships and expression of love as shown throughout the play, and, ultimately, demonstrates that a truly progressive, wholesome and loving relationship must be spiritually based and equally beneficial to both the woman and the man to be worthwhile. Shakespeare juxtaposes various types of love through imagery and language in Romeo and Juliet as revealed by the flowery and passionate dialogue of Romeo of the Montagues as he falls in love with Juliet of the Capulets in sharp contrast to the sensual and dangerous lust he feels for Rosaline. Shakespeare uses his character’s language to depict Romeo’s feelings for Juliet, and to contrast the pure affection he has for Juliet with the superficial lust felt for Rosaline. Seeing Juliet at the window, Romeo instantly begins to fall in love when he cries, “But soft, what light through yonder breaks/ It is the East, and Juliet is the sun/ Arise, fair sun, and kill the envious moon” (2.2.3-5). Romeo compares Juliet to ... ... middle of paper ... ...for each other.
Romeo expresses the strength and influence love has on his behavior in order to be with Juliet. But when Friar Lawrence attempts to be optimistic about his banishment, Romeo obstinately asserts that, “Thou canst not speak of that thou dost not feel./Wert thou as young as I…”(3.3.67-68). While love can provide strength, it can also prompt, especially amongst young lovers, irrationality. It is evident that “His [Romeo’s] whole love affair betrays a cast of mind that is hopeful against obstacle and impatient of cold reason” (Draper 122). This “cast of mind” is a portion of the human nature that Shakespeare clearly conveys in the play.
It is necessary to obtain some insight on the relationship between love and death, in order to understand advantageously. Certain aspects in the play Romeo and Juliet help grasp the genuine understanding of the relationship between love and destruction. This relationship is recognized by; the lovers forbidden love, the fear of death fueling their love as well as the fast growth and deepening of their love. Loving your friend, partner, family member or an object, are all forms of love. The Greek word philia describes the care and love for a friend or family member.