Overall there are many different types of love in the play. There is love between friends, families and men and women, even if sometimes it isn't true love. And even though this play is largely about hate I think the theme of love overrides this because the love is stronger than the hate and eventually helps them to overcome the hate. And also the love is between many different people and in many different forms and representations. This shows the power of real love, it dominates all the other types of love and this is shown through Shakespeare's use of comparing and contrasting the different types of love against a background of hate.
He denies the fact that he could be caught because he rambles on about the fact that it will not matter if he is found, for he is with his one true love and that is all that matters. Romeo proclaims to Juliet that, “I have night’s cloak to hide me from their sight; And but thou love me, let them find me here. My life were better ended by their hate than death prorogued, wanting of thy love.” (Act , Scene ) He again has come to risking his life for just a simple chat with Juliet. He is blinded by love and ignores the fact that if he were to be caught, it would ruin him. Being so infatuated by their love, Romeo suggests the possibility of marriage, not keeping in mind everything that could result in doing so.
Shakespeare also makes a point of how quickly situations where you think you are in love, or where here you are good friends, can changes around and prove otherwise. It would for the reasons that he shows how complicated and how false love can be, be an inappropriate theme for the play to be performed at a weeding. He could of upset the couple with his imagery and references to what trouble love can lead to. Shakespeare shows how he feels about love. The play demonstrates his perception of love by using imagery and language.
Romeo's immense love for Juliet will eventually lead to the fall of himself. Death lingers throughout the play between Romeo and his love, Juliet. In conclusion, when Juliet is thinking about Romeo she says, "Give me Romeo; and when he shall die / Take him and cut him out in little stars, / And he will make the face of heaven so fine / That all the world will be in love with night," (lll,ii,21-25). This suggests that in the play Romeo will end up dying and Juliet will be there to see it. Juliet prophesizes over many topics in the play and in the end they become true.
The Consequence of "Love" Love is ironic. It can take you anywhere in the world unexpectedly, and turn you into a person that you never were. However, love is also two-faced, having both a negative and positive view. It is what drives you to the point where you do not know who you are anymore. In Shakespeare's story, The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare perceives love with the personalities and actions of the characters, Romeo and Juliet.
In this scene Shakespeare presents the idea that both false love and true love can prevail.. Throughout Act III Scene II, many conflicts arise. However, the main conflict within the scene is the confusion the lovers face when their perceptions are altered. This confusion enhances the central theme of true love versus false love. There are many aspects of the play that deal with this central theme, but it is most prevalent within this scene.
The result of fate agonizes Friar Lawrence 's plan to reunite Romeo and Juliet by sending the wrong message which eventually leads to Romeo and Juliet 's utmost and dire demise. Balthasar does not know what Friar Lawrence has in his mind, so misleadingly, Romeo is informed by him about Juliet’s ‘death,’ “Then she is well, and nothing can be ill. Her body sleeps in Capels ' monument, O, pardon me for bringing this ill news.” Romeo is heartbroken after hearing the message and his plan to die with Juliet suddenly takes place. Although these lines create a feeling that Balthasar is one to tell Romeo about the turn of events, fate holds a significant influence by the lines of the message that Juliet is dead and this makes Romeo want to die with his lover. By fate, Balthasar comes to Romeo and tells him what he believes is true.
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.
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?
For instance, after Romeo got married to Juliet he ran into Tybalt. But in the moment, Tybalt wanted to challenge Romeo. As soon as Romeo understood that he couldn’t fight Tyba... ... middle of paper ... ...s of Friar Lawrence’s choices, Juliet could have lived. Correspondingly, Friar could have taken her with him, told her that everything would have turn out fine, or reassured her at the tomb. However, Friar Lawrence was selfish and inconsiderate because of his terrible decision, Juliet committed suicide.