Benedick reveals that Claudio is in love with Hero. Don Pedro tells him that he will see Benedick in love before he dies. He then sends Benedick away to Leonato. Claudio asks Don Pedro is Leonato has any sons and learns that Hero alone is his heir. Don Pedro promises to speak with Leonato about arranging a match between them, but Claudio is afraid to speak to Hero and tell her he loves her.
Friar Lawrence offers advice that hehimself does not follow. While his advice is well meaning, because he doesnot follow it, terrible events occur. The death of Romeo and Juliet, and,indirectly, Tybalt and Mercutio, are due to Friar Lawrence’s inability to backup his own advice with action. For example, had Friar Lawrence gone with hisown advice that marrying Romeo and Juliet would be too hasty, Romeo andJuliet would not have ended up dead. But, in the end, he married the coupletoo soon, eventually resulting in a disaster.
“Friar Lawrence, less ambitious and more desperate than his fellow manipulators, does not hope that Juliet’s death will dissolve the families’ hatreds but only that it will give Romeo and chance to come and carry her off” (Snyder). At this point Romeo and Juliet’s relationship could not solve the problems between the families and the Friar was only uniting them. This is what made the Friar so repulsive. Even now after deaths and family issues, He treated the situation like a game. “Hold, daughter, I do spy a kind of hope, / Which craves as desperate an execution / As that is desperate which we would prevent (4.1.69-71).
Benedick’s desire to know what Beatrice truly thinks of him is a sign of the love he feels for her, yet has chosen to not yet acknowledge it, even to himself. Benedick disguises himself so that he can freely talk to Beatrice and her opinions about himself—knowing that if he were to ask her as himself normally, he would not receive an accurate answer. Unbeknownst to him however, Beatrice realizes who he is and continues the witty war, relishing in insulting him once again, “He is the prince’s jester, a very dull fool”. Benedick’s response to this is quite important, because Shakespeare again uses
William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” explores true love in amongst feuding families whilst exploiting the notion that deception leads to catastrophic misfortune. The young poetically portrayed Romeo’s inability to control unchecked emotions, directs him to being disloyal amongst family and his “star crossed [lover]” Juliet. Furthermore, Juliet’s love for “(her) Romeo” causes her to turn a blind eye to his disloyalty and hastily act on his “banished”, through these actions she uses trickery to deceive her family and because of her love affected decisions. Friar Lawrence along with the nurse, cause confusion for the hasty lovers which renders to heightening the family’s feud. Shakespeare presents the concept that deceptive decisions lead to tragic events.
Apparently Catherine and Rodolpho have been out quite a bit lately, seeing the beautiful sights of their lovely little slum, Red Hook. Beatrice fails miserably at calming Eddie down about the situation. Eddie goes on and on about how unmanly Rodolpho is. Apparently, men who sing and have blond hair just "ain't right" in Eddie's book. The main conflict becomes pretty clear when Eddie swears to put an end to the budding romance.
ACT 3, SCENE 3 Introduction This scene (Act 3, Scene 3) is when the play changes. We no longer expect Iago’s plan which is to “Make the Moor thank me, love me and reward me. For making him egregiously an ass And practising upon his peace and quite Even to madness”, to fail or for Iago to give up, because, after putting poisoning ideas in Othello’s mind, the rest is easy. Othello’s thoughts of Desdemona will never be the same again. He’ll always doubt her, for ever.
However, this is not the only type of type of play or drama in which the main character acts crazy or mad in order to enact revenge upon someone to avenge someone or just to purely gain revenge for some personal purpose. Yet, scholars interpret Hamlet’s madness in different ways, such as saying that he truly did go mad. In addition, when Hamlet is alone with Horatio and Gertrude away from the public and the king his speech and actions are different, and they do not include all the riddles and ‘madness’ or gestures that he talks with or uses throughout the rest of the play with everyone else. Hamlet’s flaw in all of this is that he likes everything to be perfect and due to that he procrastinates everything. Therefore, to perform his grand scheme, he must change the way he acts in order to prefect the chance to avenge his father’s death, and he must act in such a way to discover and learn everything he needs to do so.
Wilde constantly contradicts the direct speech from the characters. Algernon and Jack often switch from acting as parallels to pairs. Their views can be very conflicting at times, such as the meaning and opinion of ‘Bunburying’. Jack says ‘This ghastly state of things is what you call Bunburying, I suppose?’ Whilst Algernon replies, ‘Yes, and a perfectly wonderful Bunbury it is.’ However, sometimes, they act very similar and things in the same way such as their desire to be engaged to their love interests. Their behaviour ends with the realisation that their deception as Earnests are now well and truly over.
Jealousy is an emotion and it basically refers to the negative thoughts of fear over a loss of something that the person values such as relationship or love. Jealousy can break your friendships and marriages due to several problems and it can cause a lot of pain. In Jealousy you get out of control and do whatever your mind says to do even it’s right or not. It can last as long as you want to be. Jealousy in Othello results in the tragic ending like in the beginning of the play, Iago was jealoused of Cassio because he wanted to get Cassio’s position as a lieutenant, Rogerigo was jealoused of Othello because Desdemona loves Othello and not him and Othello was jealoused of Cassio because he thought that Cassio loves Desdemona more than him.