The other couple Beatrice and Benedick who tell themselves they deeply dislike one another and would never be together. I think this is crazy because you can tell they they are going to get together. Don Pedro decides to trick them to fall in love. It isn’t until then they realise they do love each other and unexpectedly get together. Both relationships really love one another and this shows they connect with one another.
Orsino describes himself as “as all true lovers are”. This is implying that he is the perfect lover, and his love for Olivia is real. It also shows that he is quite vain and full of himself. True lovers are thought to be sound in their love, but then Orsino continues with a declaration that his love is “Unstaid and skittish”, further indicating that Orsino often contradicts himself, as his love is restless, opposed to his supposed true love. Orsino discusses love with Cesario, who is Viola in disguise.
The characters’ likings change in the play is troubling, where Lysander is intensely in love with Hermia at first and with Helena at another point. “Transparent Helena! Nature shows art that through thy bosom makes me see thy heart” (Shakespeare and Foakes Act II). The aim of the play is not to observe the nature of true love but reasonably to mock misunderstandings that love brings. Lysander, Hermia, Demetrius and Helena are destined not to be romantic classics, but somewhat sympathetic figures thrown into perplexing situations of romantic farce.
Henry and Roy who both tells a story of their idealistic past, can be grouped together as the ones, who believes in the existence of idealistic love which tends to be fanciful like their own childhood memories. Roy claims that his love is equivalent to “Mozart’s love” which characterises the romance with happy endings. Henry’s depiction of his mother’s devotion has the sense of artificiality, and it’s almost like as if he forces the story upon himself to avoid other alternatives. However unlike Roy Henry understands the contradicting reality in regards to commitment and fidelity “everyone blames women but I forgive them, if they change their love a thousand times a day.. but I think it’s the necessity of women’s heart” Henry is aware and accepts the flaw in the concept of absolute faithfulness. Ruth, who suffers from her inability to distinguish reality from illusion, was a victim of a horrible relationship.
Romeo and Juliet are two lovers, from two different families that happen to be enemies. Their families are against their marriage and love, to a point where Juliet’s father threatens to disown her. Since they love each other so much they decide to secretly get married. Romeo’s and Juliet’s fathers made it almost impossible for them to get married, especially Juliet’s father; he would disown her if she did not follow through with the arranged marriage with Paris. This situation made it more difficult for Juliet and Romeo to be together.
In “A Woman Killed with Kindness”, a married woman tries to deal with the fact that she has performed a state of infidelity. Even though she has realized what she has done, her outside lover will not accept her choice of continuing to pursue her marriage. Therefore, it is as if she is torn between love and lust. The male character in “Women killed with Kindness” felt like he was in love with the married women. “I am a villain if apprehered to deed” is the male character expressing his passion and love for the married women.
This is false because they may seem to be in love, however, Romeo noticeably only loves Juliet for her looks based off of his comparison of her to celestial objects whilst expressing his love. Moreover, Juliet is uncertain of her feelings throughout their entire story, but because of Romeo’s foolhardy love for Juliet, they progressed with their relationship at too fast of a pace, causing numerous accounts of danger and mistakes, resulting in a flawed relationship that sadly ended in both their deaths. If they were to get to know each other better and take their love more slowly, it would show that they are truly in love, but sadly the course they chose to partake, made for inevitable doom in their
She shows delight as she sees herself in the mirror without the birthmark on her cheek any longer. Georgiana feels badly for Aylmer, she sees that he is happy that he has made her perfect, but he has aimed to high for perfection, willing to lose the love of his life as he strives to create perfection. Georgiana then passes away as the last tint of the birthmark fades away, again leaving Aminadab in a chuckle. Almost as he knew that his boss’ obsession would cost him his great love. Georgiana knew what would be the most likely outcome of her husband’s experiment on her, yet was willing to submit to it to make him happy.
This play is about love and suggests the effects of love on a person. On the other hand it can be argued that love is not the sole motivation for all the comedic behaviour. Power is a powerful source which can change a person entirely which is displayed in the play. In act one, scene one Orsino, the ‘Duke of Illyria’ is vainly expressing his love for a Countess Olivia. “If music be the food of love, play on”.
I’m having fun Neil is a very outgoing and patient guy. He wants to get married to Diane, but respects her decision of wanting to wait, even though her rejection hurts him in many ways. He feels like her acceptance of marriage, is the only way he will really know that she loves him. Neil is a jealous guy, and he is afraid of losing Diane, while she tries to follow her dream to become a model. He wants what’s best for her, but doesn’t want to see himself get hurt along the way.