Act 2 Scene 2 of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet Essay

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Act 2 Scene 2 of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet Romeo is a motague who is in love with Juliet. Juliet is a capulate, the only problem with this is that the two families have a ongoing fuge between them. Romeo at this point in the story is standing quietly under Juliet's balcony, Juliet was standing on her balcony, and not realising Romeo was there because it was dark. Juliet was expressing her love to Romeo, she was saying that If Romeo really loved her then he would change his name because it was the names that were getting in the way. At the start of Act 2 Scene 2 Romeo is very immature in saying a few things, like: 'cast it off '…show more content…
This is the part where I thing he is being impractical and unrealistic, he really should think about the whole thing before he starts the process of changing his name indefinitely. Because Romeo and Juliet is a romantic play there has to be some parts in the scean where the characters express there love to each other and even fall in love, Romeo is also at the middle point of this scean being ver romantic and saying things like: 'Juliet is the sun,' meaning that in the whole of the sky she is there and she is the one who is shining on him, and helps him to get through the day, and, 'I were a glove upon that hand,' also meaning that he wants to be a glove upon her hand because that way he would bee with her all the time and then they could be married. Also when Juliet asks how Romeo got over the wall into her garden and under the balcony, all he could answer with was that: 'With love's light wings did o'er perch these walls' meaning that the love that he had for Juliet and the love Juliet had for Romeo, this was how he got over the walls. This to Juliet doesn't make any sense, he is speaking out unrealistically. At the start of Act 2 Scean 2 Juliet is saying a few things that make her seam very practical compared to what Romeo is saying. She starts with a question, 'How cam'st thou hither, tell
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