After the party, Romeo returns to find Juliet. The obvious love is the fateful love between Romeo and Juliet although the play also displays platonic love, maternal love and aspects of adolescent love. She even lies to her father about confessing and agreeing to marry Paris, which is in conflict with what her religion teaches. When the audience first sees Juliet, she is just a young inexperienced child of only thirteen, sitting with her nurse and mother who are both beginning to think about marriage for her. Introduction How Does Shakespeare Present The Love Between Romeo and Juliet? From that point on, love seems to push the lovers closer to love and violence, not farther from it.
The evident forms of love are Familial love, Fraternal love and Romantic love. He knows the consequences of killing Romeo. You say you do not know the lady's mind: Uneven is the course, I like it not. Some interpretations of this scene differ in the length of the fighting and the way in which the deaths happen. A type of love that is often forgotten in this play, aside from the romance, is that of Platonic love — or friendship.
Mercutio also had his own take on love. For example, is in love with Rosaline at the start of the play, which is presented as an immature infatuation. Romeo, on the other hand, is languishing in love with a woman named Rosaline and has begun to give up. The way he uses certain characters as love and others as hate and how change the story line with the contrast. So, Juliet's clearly smitten with Romeo but she also recognizes that Romeo isn't exactly original. The prologue is what leads me to think that the love between Romeo and Juliet is genuine, because Shakespeare is informing us about them and their love for each other. It pains me so, then we are only just wed, yet we must be separated.
Romeo proves that love and hatred are just two sides of the coin at this instance. Being shown a variety of opinions about what exactly was going on in Shakespeare's head when he was writing this magnificent play allows us to be open to our own ideas about it's creation. The play explores the consequences of hate more than it explores love and shows that hate has the capacity to destroy love. Now, by the stock and honor of my kin, To strike him dead I hold it not a sin. I shall confront Friar Lawrence, to brainstorm ideas on how you and I will be able to be together forever in eternity. As the two children may attempt… Would someone ever betray their family for the person they love? The Forcefulness of Love Romeo and Juliet is the most famous love story in the English literary tradition.
This means that the Nurse will understand that love is most important in a marriage, not riches or status. When in pursuit of love, he completely abandons reason and throws away common sense. As they both talk about taking girls virginity. The story continues to introduce Romeo and Juliet. But one has to explore what types of love this refers to. He sees love as a sorry excuse to chase after sexual pleasure and therefore, love makes man daft and weak. I would like to hear more of this plan you and the father are creating, I have total confidence that you will make a brilliant plan to let us be together, as you and I both wish.
Therefore when Romeo and Juliet marry, it pans out as much more like true love, than a modern audience would see. The language is different in this part of the play because he is using religious imagery to impress Juliet. Friar Laurence and the Nurse see love as passion or a beautiful love story. I think that Shakespeare chose to have so many representations of love against a background of hate to show the many types of love and to show that in the end love conquers hate. However, hard evidence also points to the direction of the opposite opinion because one could also argue that Romeo never really loved Juliet because, during the play he perceptibly showed that he loved Rozaline, but also says that Juliet is more appealing than Rozaline, so the argument here is that Romeo took advantage of Juliet's prettiness, age, and even her gullibility and used her to get over Rozaline, then in the end, when all was lost he couldn't take it anymore and committed suicide. In this scene, there is a conversation between Capulet and Paris about an arranged marriage for Paris and Juliet. Also this was common in Shakespearian times because people where usually superstitious.
I think that Romeo and Juliet's love is questionable, but genuine. Benvolio has a pragmatic and heartfelt intention in offering his help and support to Romeo and willingly makes sacrifices for him as a thoughtful friend. The language previously used compared to the language when Romeo and Juliet first exchange words compares very vividly. The themes of love and hate are very important in the play as the plot is driven by them. Throughout the beginning of Act 1 Scene 1 both Lord and Lady Montague Romeo's Parents and Benvolio show concern toward how Romeo has been behaving. But my sweet sweet husband, my love, we will meet again, for I simply cannot bear even a minute without you at my side. The world of the play is an imperfect place, where freedom from everything except pure love is an unrealistic goal.
Now that Romeo believes Juliet is dead he takes his own life next to her, as he is dieing the body of Juliet awakens, so then Juliet decides to take death with him rather than live life without him, this shows what techniques and devices Shakespeare uses to show to power and beauty of the love between Romeo and Juliet. Both of them are came from feuding familities signifies that a love facing challenges and danger in 17th century. The love from stories in which a knight will go on quests to impress a princess who will seemingly remain uninterested. Each partner shows absolute devotion to the other. Due to the way in which he was brought up, he felt the need to fight to defend himself from the Montagues, who in actual fact were then secretly related to him.
He is rich and would be a gain to the Capulet family. Does the play even make a distinction? He based his play on the things that happened to him during that time and therefore there are many comparable between the two films. Therefore this should be true. When Juliet later discovers that Romeo is a Montague she is devastated that she may not be able to have a relationship with him. There are constant quarrels between the rivaling families, which slowly tore it all apart between the two young lovers. However, the emotion of hate is also conveyed through the rivalry of the Montague family and Caplet family as well as the hatred that Romeo has towards Table for killing Mercuric.