(Movie Review) Romeo and Juliet By: William Shakespeare Introduction The story of Romeo and Juliet was written by William Shakespeare. William Shakespeare he was baptised on April 23,1564, and he was dead on April 23, 1616, at the age of 52 years old, he has three children Susanna Hall, Hamnet Shakespeare, Judith Quiney and his wife is Anne Hathaway. Romeo and Juliet story is the one of the famous story in the world. The characters is Romeo the boyfriend of Juliet Montague his father Mrs. Montague his mother, Benvolio their kinsman, Balthasar Romeo’s sevingman, Juliet the girlfriend of Romeo, Capulet her father Mrs. Capulet her mother, Paris the Prince’s kinsman and the Juliet suitor, and others. William Shakespeare he become a famous writer …show more content…
Romeo decides to go to the Juliet house. Paris see Romeo’s coming, Paris challenge Romeo to a duel but Romeo kills him quickly. Romeo come close to Juliet to give a last kiss and dies then Romeo drink a poison. Friar Lawrence explain the whole story into lord Capulet anf lord Montague after that the two families will now friends. Analysis Romeo and Juliet is beautiful artwork of William Shakespeare. In that story it portrays the unmeasurable love between Romeo and Juliet. In that story the memorable is Romeo climbed to come close to Juliet and to say his feeling for her and they kissed each other. But the most I dislike part is when they both die in the ending, however, it’s okay because it makes Montague and Capulet be Friends again. Romeo’s strength is to makes Juliet happy and he do anything just for Juliet. He can give anything just for her. But his weakness is also his too much love for Juliet, because it is the main cause of his death because he willing to give up everything for Juliet. Juliet strength is Romeo, because like Romeo, Juliet also giving anything to him. No matter how hard the situation is she’s always find a time to see Romeo. But her weakness, to sees Romeo hurting when she saw the death of Romeo she get suicide to show to Romeo how there is
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Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet, two star-crossed lovers, will do anything to show their deep affection for each other. Since they are from two different families, who happen to be enemies, they can be punished for expressing their love for one another. Unfortunately, their passion sparks many outrages. Due to Father Capulet’s feud with the Montague family, Romeo and Juliet's love life results in death.
William Shakespeare is a famous poet and playwright who is considered to be a great English writer. One of his most famous plays he has written is Romeo and Juliet. It is set in Verona, Italy where there is a feud between the Capulet family and Montague family. Romeo, a Montague, and Juliet, a Capulet, meet and fall in love with each other. They got married, but end up committing suicide. The deaths of Romeo and Juliet are argued to be fate (destined to happen) or free-will (shaped by choices). The deaths of Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet are a result of free-will for many reasons. For example, Romeo decided to attend the Capulet’s party, Romeo and Juliet decided to marry each other, and Romeo and Juliet decided to kill themselves.
Throughout the existence of humanity, there have been many notable authors whose works are studied and admired. From the works of Aristotle, all the way to Stephen King, many famous and skillful writers have wrote beloved masterpieces that people still love to this day. However, none may be as notable as William Shakespeare is, and The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet is perhaps Shakespeare’s most admired, referenced, and beloved work. The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet is a fateful love story between two teens who are repelled away from each other due to a feud between their families, the story takes place in Verona, an Italian city. The story is centered around a feud between two families, the Montagues, Romeo’s family, and Capulets, Juliet’s family.
Although Romeo is a flawed character, Juliet loves him unconditionally and is exceptionally loyal to him— a trait that led to her demise. Like Romeo, Juliet has an immediate positive reaction when she first sees Romeo, stating “My only love, sprung from my only hate! [...] Prodigious birth of love it is to me / That I must
Romeo’s strengths include the capability to open up to me about his attempted suicides, gang involvement, and drug use. Also, one other strength Romeo has, is that he has great aspiration to improve his life. Romeo is stepping outside of his barrier and speaking with me about the hardships in his life.
Therefore thy kinsmen are no stop to me.” (Shakespeare 798) Although he accredited his accomplishments to love, it was he who did them, and were his love not tenacious, he probably would not have been able to marry her. Romeo had set his mind on seeing her that night, and although he had to climb walls and risk being seen by his enemies, nothing would stop him, and accomplishing his goal brought him happiness. Determination is a strength because those who give up at the first hint of struggle never accomplish anything. Being decisive and determined were two strengths of Romeo’s and had he lived longer, they would have helped him in life.
Romeo and Juliet is a story of two star-crossed lovers who take their lives. Romeo and Juliet come from families who hate each other with a passion, but they fall in deeply in love. Their lives could have been saved by one person, Friar Laurence. Friar Laurence married Romeo and Juliet without telling their parents, gave Juliet a potion to make her seem dead, didn’t deliver the letter to Romeo himself about Juliet’s “death”, and arrived too late at the Capulet’s tomb.
Romeo and Juliet is, as is commonly known, filled with tragedy. There is no question about the moments of bitter misfortune but what is worthy of question is what causes the somber events and it may be who most would least expect. Romeo and Juliet is a poem by William Shakespeare written in the late 16th century. Upon a rebellious request by Romeo’s cousin and great friend Benvolio. Romeo meets up with Juliet and over the course of five dramatic days the end up dead, poisoned and stabbed as both families mourn on their mistakes. Romeo and Juliet is about love, but is also about how dangerous love is. Shakespeare hints at an idea of love’s constraining effects of the mind and how this can be to the danger of many.
A major characteristic that creates both obstacles and benefits for Juliet is that she was determined. she was determined because they wanted to get married even though her parents wanted her to marry paris. Another word to also describe juliet is stubborn because her and romeo don’t listen to anyone else and they only do what they want to do. It is an obstacle because everyone is telling them not to get married and juliet’s parents want her to marry Paris. They end up killing themselves at the end because they want to be together forever. It affects juliet’s personality because she becomes really stubborn and doesn't want to listen to anyone except romeo and sometimes the nurse. Being determined is a good and bad thing. It can be good because it really shows they love each other since they could get in big trouble if they get caught. It can also be a bad thing if they did get caught. It is also a bad thing to be determined and stubborn because they ended up killing themselves because they loved each other so much and wanted to be together forever
The power of love is strong within lots of people and the fight that comes along with it is strong as well. Romeos act of killing in Romeo and Juliet demonstrates the unique attribute in a tragic hero. The morals to kill someone may be low but the play also has to show worthiness towards the death of the main character, this could be foolishness or an evil deed. Going on from the power of love, Romeo is a character who is controlled by the power of love rather than killing for the sake of killing. Romeo in Act 3 scene 6 says “Oh, I am a fortune’s fool!”
Juliet is a very loyal person she went to full extents to be with Romeo. Juliet would do anything to be with romeo she even took her life to be with him. As she stated “ This is thy
Too fast is as bad as too slow.” - William Shakespeare. Romeo and Juliet (written by William Shakespeare in 1597) is a play about two star-crossed lovers whose lives end up in a tragedy due to the intensity of their love that brings two feuding families together. Their death would end the feud and restore peace back to fair Verona. A character that changes from adolescence to an adult during the play and that interests me is Romeo Montague.
vary tragic story about true love written by William Shakespeare. Romeo and Juliet are two young Kids that had a very tragic ending. All they wanted to do was be together, but when Romeo had to run away Juliet took some potion to make her look dead but she was really sleeping. Romeo herd the new the Juliet was dead not knowing she was acting went to find her and killed himself before she could wake up. Once Juliet woke up, she saw Romeo and She also killed herself. The unexpected deaths of Romeo and Juliet were caused by a family feud and the friar
Romeo is a man of both strengths and weaknesses. He is loyal, romantic, and his love for Juliet is wider than the sky, but he also isn't the picture of perfection. He is impatient, melodramatic, and lacking common sense. Nevertheless, he may not be a “man of wax”(1.3.82), but he is a great character who is inspirational and adds character to this play. Even his foe Lord Capulet praises him.