They both love each other however they’re relationship is made difficult when they realise they are enemies “Deny thy father and refuse thy name, and I’ll no longer be a Capulet”. They see no reason as to why they must hate each other, but the rest of the family see it differently “What's in a name? That which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet”. This is made even more difficult when Romeo and Juliet get married, Tybalt feels insulted that Romeo entered the Capulets ball and wants to fight him (he feels dishonoured and filled with hate) however Romeo will not fight him because they are cousins now and part of the same
This indicates that there is not a strong bond between Richard and his potential wife, rather he is marrying for convenience, she is the ideal wife for his situation. In immediate contrast is Hermia and Lysander’s conversation. The lover’s are talking directly to each other, expressing the love that they have for one another, along with the despair of their situation. Unable to legally marry in Athens they mourn that “the course of true love never did run smooth,” indicating that true love often faces hurdles. The exchange between the two indicates closeness between them,
As she writes to her, she explains how happy she is with her life at that point in time. In the sentence, “I am so happy. I got love, I got work, I got money, friends and time.” Walker expresses the use of first person narration which creates a more intimate and personal view into how Celie feels. With this sense of connection, the reader responds with dramatic views that give a good input to a better understanding on the concept of change. Changes in relationships are a very common form of alteration that is conveyed throughout the pages of this epistolary novel.
Shakespeare’s plays Romeo and Juliet and Much Ado About Nothing both contain the elements of; love at first sight, manipulation of love and a detailed love story. Three important aspects of love are written in each play but are portrayed in completely different ways. Both Romeo and Juliet, and Hero and Claudio experience love at first sight and in both plays, love is somehow manipulated, though it is manipulated in different ways for dissimilar purposes in the different plays. Love at first sight is a simple concept. However, it can be experienced at many different levels of love.
When Tybalt is killed, Lady Capulet, Lord Capulet, and Paris think she is unhappy because of her cousin’s death, which makes Paris respond to this conflict by scheduling the wedding earlier to make Juliet happy again, and that’s one of the biggest conflicts since she told Friar Lawrence she would rather do the most dangerous things than marry Paris. Paris is a very kind-hearted man who treats Juliet like she’s very delicate, he still loved her even though she denied it when he called her his wife. Although he is arrogant, he loves Juliet and he treats the Capulets with admiration and formality, he highly respects Friar Lawrence and gets annoyed with Romeo at the end because
Even at the end of Desdemona’s life, she continued to deeply love Othello. By this time in the play, Othello’s love for her had turned into jealousy, madness, and rage; rather than pure love for her. He loved her to such an extreme that it resulted in evil turmoil. Othello had many odds against him, being known as “the Moor”, his low level of confidence, and his class. These were all issues that contributed to the way he felt about himself.
Also, Mercutio and Benedick are both scornful of love. However, Benedick does finally fall in love with Beatrice. Additionally, each male young lover has his group of friends in each play. However, in Much Ado About Nothing, Hero also has her group of acquaintances; Juliet does not. Also, several similarities in plot exist between Romeo and Juliet and Much Ado About Nothing.
Antigone was very heroic and brave at first, Creon now punishes her, and she does not fight back, but she simply badmouths her father. “O Oedipus, father and brother your marriage strikes from the grave to murder mine (7.40-41) says a coward Antigone. Creon, on the other hand who is supposed to be the strong king of the land, does not manage to control his anger, and fights his own son in an argument. This can be considered a sense of pride, since Creon did not want to change his opinion. Part of being a tragic hero is having a destruction.
Had she have been as strong as Manka and did not want to be married, she would have just left her husband. But since she was weak she stayed in her marriage, even though she was very unhappy, or thought she was. In the burgomaster’s case he sent home a riddle to the two parties, and the man that answered the riddle correctly would win the case. He asked and asked the winner who gave him the answer, he had to know. When the man told him it was his daughter, he then sent another riddle to the daughter (Manka) and once again with her cleverness she had the right answer, so then the burgomaster wanted to marry her.
Will (William Shakespeare) is the main character in `Shakespeare in Love'. His plays are much loved by all but in the beginning of this film, he finds himself struggling with writers' block. While trying to unlock this creative block he unlocks much more and discovers more about himself and love. During `Shakespeare in Love', Will unlocks a side of him that is rarely revealed: love instead of lust. Will constantly lusts over women but rarely falls in love.