William Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ published in 1597, is a play revealing the themes of love and tragedy as two lovers Romeo and Juliet are deeply in love with each other however their love is doomed as they are from two feuding families; the Montagues and Capulets. At the end of the play, Romeo’s impatience and rashness causes the death of himself as well as Juliet’s. This can be supported by three main events during the play. Firstly, Romeo’s decision of attending the enemy’s party without any thought, secondly, Romeo knew that falling in love with a Capulet was to be ended heavily, and lastly, Romeo receives a warning from Balthasar about his future if he continues to take his actions quickly.
The perfect love story in this shakespeare story would feature a good ending such as a marriage, a family that get stops feuding and no deaths, but instead they have a tragic and depressing mood to it.For example in the Prologue, the Chorus states “ A pair of star-cross'd lovers take their life; Whose misadventured piteous overthrows Do with their death bury their parents' strife. The fearful passage of their death-mark'd love, And the continuance of their parents' rage” ( 1.Prologue.6-10). Even after Romeo and Juliet kill themselves their family don’t somehow come together as a breaking point to stop feuding even when their were alive and trying to see each other. Also when Lady Capulet and Juliet were having a talk, Lady tends to be very demanding and forceful of Juliet having a husband such as Paris. In Act three Lady Capulet says “ Well think of marriage now. Younger than you, Here in Verona, ladies of esteem, Are made already mothers. By my count, I was your mother much upon these years… The valiant Paris seeks you for his love” (1.3.69-74). If this was to be a perfect love story a mother wouldn’t condone of force their child of getting married at only being a teenager. Instead they would most likely support their child’s decision of doing what they want or giving them different
Romeo and Juliet first met each other at a party at the Capulets house. They fall in love with each other at the first sight without knowing that they are from families who hate each other, and when they do learn about it, it is too late. Juliet realizes that it was a mistake to fall in love with Romeo, because he is one of the people she should watch out for. He is her first and only love, but he is an enemy of her family. Lucky for Romeo, Juliet is smart, and such dumb thing as hate between their parents wouldn't stop her from loving Romeo and getting married with him. She is sorry that their families are enemies, though, because everything would be much easier if they weren't. So this is the first time when the hate between Capulets and Montagues becomes problem to Romeo and Juliets happiness. Only after their children die, the Montagues and Capulets come to their senses. The Prince accuses them of killing Romeo and Juliet. The Prince makes them see how wrong they were all the time, that all because of their hate, because they couldn't let their children love each other, Romeo and Juliet died. After that, Capulets and Montagues decide to call it quits. No more fighting, and Montague even says that he will make a gold statue of Juliet, but what is that going to do? It is too late, nothing will bring them back. It is totally Capulets' and Montagues' fault that Romeo and Juliet died. If they didn't hate each other so much,
Both Romeo and Juliet were experiencing some sort of heartbreak at the time of their meeting, causing them to have poor and quick judgement. The article states that both were in a desperate emotional state. Juliet was upset about marrying Paris, and would have done anything to get out of it. The handsome new boy who had an interest for her was a perfect way to avoid marrying him. It was so
The love that Romeo and Juliet had was very intense they weren’t supposed to be together because of family feud. The capulets and montagues are two different families that have different things that aren 't common on each other. Due to this Romeo and Juliet are conscious that what they have can 't happen but true love can cause people to take many risk. For example Romeo and Juliet can’t be together but they can decide to be together without there parents knowing that they feel in love and that they are planning to get married without their parents permission because their love is more important than what their families think about the difference and
When reading Romeo and Juliet. Montaques, Capulets already determined to hate each other in this family feud. The two offsprings of the lords are bound by fate to be together. Capulet is the one to blame for the harsh death of Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet with love in their fate Capulet, unaware of the love that is in fate decided to arrange a party that Romeo and Juliet have met their fate. Second of all Capulet was already had pre-determined plans with Gentle Count Paris to have his beloved daughter Juliet to marry him at the right age. Although Capulet had no intentions to ruin her life. He was in fact in favor for his daughter not letting Paris to marry her so soon and wait for her approval. Without Capulet turning down Paris at that moment Juliet would have been married to Count Paris before she would have met Romeo. Unfortunately at the end when Tybalt dies his choices became into impulses making him the doom's day of Romeo’s and Juliet’s death.
One of the most painful scenes in Romeo and Juliet is where Capulet berates on Juliet. This scene has more meaning than what some may be deterred from seeing by being so befuddled as a result of Capulet’s shear rage towards his only daughter. To provoke such an eruption, Juliet had chosen not to marry Paris who is selected by Capulet himself. Due to the time period this is shown as great disrespect because she disobeyed her parents. She is forced to rebel against her parents because of choices she makes throughout the entirety of the play. This rebellion against her parents that has sparked within Juliet is caused by her marriage to Romeo and her decision to not marry Paris.
If Romeo would not have went for Juliet and tried to be with her then they would not have ever been in that situation to begin with where they couldn't be apart. “If I profane with my unworthiest hand This holy shrine, the gentle fine is this: My lips, two blushing pilgrims, ready stand To smooth that rough touch with a tender kiss.” ( This is the scene where Romeo first really goes for Juliet, although knowing that his family and Juliet's were sworn enemies, and that the two would not be allowed to be together.Yet it did not matter to Romeo, he still pursued his feelings. Since this is the beginning of when they begin to find the love for eachother, they would not have been together if he did not approach
Have you ever married someone after knowing them for one day? This is the case for Romeo and Juliet, two lovers meant to not be together. Romeo and Juliet live in two different families. Juliet is a Capulet and Romeo is a Montague. The feud in their families was terrible, which caused for things to take drastic measures. In the end it hurts both families. I believe it's Juliet's fault for the death of both of them because she talks to him in secret making sure no one knows about them, secondly she agreed to marry Paris which made the wedding of her and Paris move up a day, and her plan to take the vial failed.
Romeo and Juliet’s immaturity when it comes to their relationship and their hasty decision making lead to their tragic deaths. The young couple was naive and foolish in thinking that they could marry one another without their parent’s knowledge or consent. This ignorance lead to their tragic downfall with its inevitable complications. For example, Capulet assumed that Juliet would marry Paris, but he was unaware that she was already married. This arrangement between Capulet and Paris lead to Juliet faking her death, which was a direct cause of the couple’s downfall. Another way Romeo and Juliet’s immaturity impacts the play is through their hasty decision making. Romeo and Juliet’s judgment is often clouded by their attraction for one another, which puts their true feelings for each other in question. Perhaps
Hamish Bagshaw never thought he ever would fall in love- or ever be heartbroken by a girl he thought he loved as a young man.
So we’ve reached Act III of Romeo and Juliet, and this is when things start going wrong for our “star-crossed lovers”. Fortunes begin to decline for our characters, first with Mercutio and Tybalt’s slaughter, then Romeo’s banishment, and finally Capulets resolve to marry Juliet to Paris. It’s just human nature that we feel bad for the couple, and we abandon blame on them, instead blaming the events on fate.
In a relationship, there are always fears that intere and break a couple up, or in some cases, couples work together to strive for a successful relationship. Such is true for the main character, Juliet, in William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Juliet Capulet is an unexperienced lover who rushes into a relationship with Romeo Montague, the son of her family’s archy-enemy. It is Juliet who proposes to Romeo, knowing that her family would not agree, the plan was put into action. Even though Juliet is arguably the most famous lover in all literature, a close look at her characteristics reveals that she is determined in her relationship with Romeo, but fears it at the same time.
In Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Romeo is proven to be utterly hopeless. For instance, when Romeo is explaining to Benvolio why he is so sad about falling in love, Romeo mourns, “Alas that love, whose view is muffled” (1.1.169). Due to this blindness, Romeo must endure the agony caused by his love not being reciprocated. He also has no assurance that going through this pain will give him what he wants in the end, but has no choice but to bear it anyway. Essentially, Romeo cannot make this woman love him; he may only expect the worst but hope for the best. Furthermore, Benvolio wants clarification on Romeo’s crush’s marital status, so Romeo explains that “She hath forsworn to love” (1.1.225). Despite Romeo’s deepest heartfelt affections,