Analyzing Shakespeare's Message

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Shakespeare’s Message For many, seeking true love is the ultimate form of success. Some people however, must encounter obstacles to find their one and only true lover whom they wish to spend the rest of their lives with. In William Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet, two teenagers blinded by love must overcome the feud between their families to eventually marry, and reach their goal to live their lives happily ever after. Sadly enough, Romeo and Juliet are not able to reach their ambition for they are both fatally put to eternal rest. Romeo’s relationship with Juliet is described as moving too quickly can lead to a tragic end. Romeo shows his imprudent personality in several instances in Romeo and Juliet, proving that his impatience is a very large part of him as a character, for example when he sees Juliet for the first time at the Capulet party. When he sees Juliet, he yells out “Did my heart love till now? Forswear it sight! / For I ne’er saw true beauty till this night.” (1.5. 50-51). The words “heart love till now” gives a romantic sentiment that explains how in love Romeo is. Romeo says all of this almost just after swearing that Rosaline is the most beautiful girl he has ever seen and that Rosaline is his one and only true love. If he would have never been drawn in Juliet’s beauty, he would have never been through everything that happens in the play. Also, when Romeo jumps the Capulet’s fence, Juliet wants Romeo to leave before her parents find him. He says
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