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.
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.
Fate plays a cruel role in making both Romeo and Juliet love the only person that they aren’t allowed to; each other. When Juliet finds out that Romeo is a Montague, an enemy of the Capulet family which she belongs to, she says, My only love sprung from my only hate! Too early seen unknown, and known too late! Prodigious birth of love it is to me, That I must love a loathed enemy. (Shakespeare, I.v.138-141) In this quotation, Juliet explains how her only love has risen from her only hate, because Romeo is a Montague.
William Shakespeare's Presentation of Love in Romeo and Juliet Love is portrayed in Romeo and Juliet purely by the characters Shakespeare has created. This loveless society is primarily formed by the Capulets and the Montagues, two feuding families neck and neck with hate with each other, who do not even know where the hate originated from. In the end Romeo and Juliet's love for each other conquers the hate and the two families are united in grief, this ends the feud so the families no longer hate each other but this came at the price of the death, of two innocent lovers. Perhaps this was the only way the feud would end. The term 'loveless society' implies that Verona was a city where there is no love, that it cannot happen.
An Exploration of Love Between the Characters Romeo and Juliet in William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet It is universally acknowledged that William Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet is regarded as the most famous tragic love story in English literature (Weis, 1). The play outlines the story of ‘a pair of star-crossed lovers’ (1.Prologue.6); Romeo and Juliet, which fall in a love that totally consumes them and results in their tragic death. Consequently, love is regarded as the most dominant and significant theme, as it is the motive supporting Romeo and Juliet’s actions throughout the play. The love presented between Romeo and Juliet can be criticised and interpreted differently. A majority of the audience perceives the love as brave and courageous as it challenges the traditions of its time, the Elizabethan Era (Weis, 18).
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.
In Shakespeare's story, The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare perceives love with the personalities and actions of the characters, Romeo and Juliet. Both Romeo and Juliet are characterized as immature and irrational due to their "love." In addition, both characters fail to realize the reality of life and go towards the path of adolescence. Even though Romeo and Juliet are doomed at the end of the journey of "love," their demise was caused by their rash and silly decisions because their belief of everlasting love blinds them from reality and shapes their lives into an unstoppable time bomb. Romeo and Juliet choose their own actions through their judgments, which were caused by their belief of everlasting love.
The punishment does not fit the crime, but it cannot be denied that Romeo brought it upon himself. He acknowledges his own rash behavior by saying, “Oh, I am fortune’s fool!” (III, i, 99). If he could have controlled his temper, the whole fight would have been avoided. Not only is Romeo impulsive in battles... ... middle of paper ... ...Romeo and Juliet’s “intention” was to live a happy life of love, but things take a dramatic turn when Romeo kills a prominent member of his lover’s family and is banished. The lovers ultimately both die.
The Disasters of Love Love: the most splendid, indescribable, intense euphoric feeling for someone or thing. Young love can cause one to act and think irrationally; as if love had a magical power over ones body and mind. In William Shakespeare’s tragic playwright, Romeo and Juliet, two lovers cross paths set out for them by fate; Although all odds are against them because of a bitter, ongoing family feud, Romeo and Juliet recklessly go against their parent’s will and risk it all for love. Love often results in poor decision-making. Throughout the story, Romeo and Juliet conduct themselves in such a manner that is considered reckless.
One can easily be influenced by foolish and impulsive desires, which can force them into bad situations. Such is the case with William Shakespeare’s The Most Excellent And Lamentable Tragedy Of Romeo and Juliet. This play is centred on two adolescents blinded by love. Moreover, the love that brought them together is ultimately what leads to their demise. Their deaths can only be blamed on themselves.