William Shakespear is a wonderful writer that uses different methods to get his message across in a creative and interesting way. In the play “Romeo and Juliet” he uses the different categories of the English language to bring to the audience attention that Romeo and Juliet are “star-crossed” and fate brings them together. Inevitability of fate would be one of the main themes of the play. Romeo and Juliet’s love for one another brings them closer together but the fight between their two sides would lead to the death of these two lovers. William Shakespear often us motifs to paint a picture of what’s going on in the story.
This was obviously his main motive for all the murders and to justify all of his actions he uses the throne. He feels he needs it. At first he borrows Lady Macbeth's emotions but in the end they become his emotions. All he does in the whole novel are govern by passion and passion is one of the scariest things there are. So in the end the audience knows, or should realize, that all good Literature uses the character's emotions to evoke the audience's emotion.
Robbins called upon the musical talents of composer Leonard Bernstein and the words of Arthur Laurent for the script and book. The love story proved to have universal appeal. Westside Story and Romeo and Juliet are both similar, because the relationships between the characters of Westside Story and Romeo and Juliet are reflective of their respective time periods. Maria and Juliet Represent a slightly practical counterpart to both Tony’s and Romeo’s idealistic nature. Maria’s brother and Juliet’s cousin Tybalt both were portrayed as being stubborn and violent.
These will also be the topics being compared in this paper. While Romeo is always being romantic and loving, Mercutio is always saying how love might be useless and that love should be treated harshly. One example of how Romeo is always being
Quote on the topic of Love and Hate PRINCE:Where be these enemies? Capulet! Montague!See, what a ... Have lost a brace of kinsmen: all are punished. Because of the Capulet’s and Montague’s feud they have lost the most important things in their lives, their children. Loyalty: Examples The nurse was very loyal to Juliet throughout the whole play Friar Lawrence was loyal to both Romeo and Juliet(helping them secretly marry) Romeo was loyal to his and Juliet’s marriage when he does not act upon Tybalt’s challenge to fight Mercutio is loyal when he acts upon Tybalt’s challenge to Romeo.
‘Is Così more about love than madness?’ Sarah Smith Louis Nowra’s play Cosi focuses deeply on the madness of each character, what makes them mad, how they are truly insane, but throughout this play we unfold a side to each of them that shows the audience how much love is incorporated in their lives. It may not be the typical type of love as in love for another person, but it just may be the love they have to something they care about in Roy’s case the theatre and performing, In Cherry’s case it was love at first sight between her a Lewis and for some it is definitely the love that each shares with another person. Cosi is beyond doubt about more than love than madness. Roy seems to be the over the top, dramatic, mad man that he is. But through madness
These key themes are evident throughout Act 1 and are used by Russell to explore the relationship between his main characters and to challenge the audience to consider the morality of their behaviour. He does this with cleverly crafted characters such as Mrs Lyons and her housekeeper Mrs Johnston, referred to throughout the play as The Mother this in itself is just one indicator of class division. This essay will focus on Act One of the play and will explore how tension is created and who the audience’s sympathy lies with. The play was originally written for school pupils as Russell wanted to allow students to understand the problems of society .This echoes the principles of the playwright Brecht who believed that the theatre is a place to judge society and explore social and cultural issues. In Liverpool, class differences were very marked at that time and there were commonly had expectations.
They fall in love rapidly, however can't communicate well as their families don't know and are meant to be sworn enemies. I will be discussing how poor communication leads to the tragedy and how communication varies with different people. The chosen scene, which fits best in describing poor communication, is scene 3 acts 5. This scene is important because it helps us understand the lack of communication. The audience sees this play as a play filled with verbal irony, dramatic irony, however it is most... Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Scene 5 Act 3 Scene 5 is a crucial factor in the entire play as it symbolizes the change which takes place in so many relationships.
John Proctor’s confession to lechery is a key moment in the play. It signifies his decision to not belong to the court, and instead t o show loyalty to Elizabeth and his marriage. His character through the course of the act moves through emotions of outrage, despair, shame and uneasiness and delivers his confession with fragility, working with Miller’s stage directions- “his voice about to break and his shame great”- but speaking with force and power at the same time. All else on stage are silent while Proctor ‘holds the spotlight’ to further illuminate the significance of his short-lived monologue. Marry Warren’s character is automatically related to by the audience as a shy, outspoken and a very insecure character- this is achieved through her tentative and quiet voice.
With the "dark" and cosy lighting at the beginning it juxtaposes to the opposite spectrum and by this the audience becmes aware of this tension that grows within the Birling's as each character finds a snippet of information that they'd rather not hear. Moreover, Priestly portrays this growing tension with the use of the characters desire to discover the truth behind Goole's case after he's left. They had minimal effection towards Eva Smith, but they still want to ring the infirmary, showcasing their guilt and shared tension towards the case. Evidently they want to change the subject of their own wrong doing (such as having an affair and rejecting Daisy from charity aid) and continue to ponder over the reliability of the