This creates the impression that Romeo is saying that he couldn’t live without her. Moreover it creates emotional attachment towards the characters as we learn how they truly love each other. Another example of this is when Romeo says ‘The brightness of her cheeks would shame those stars’. In addition, it also conveys the theme of youth. Romeo falls in love with Juliet after seeing her for the first time.
When Love and Hate Conquers… ‘Love and Hate’ is the best theme possible for the beautiful piece of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. W. Shakespeare wrote this piece to show what love can do to anyone and to show the inevitable effects of hate that might ruin a human life. Love is represented in the tale by the sacrifices as well as the sufferings of Romeo and Juliet, while Hate is signified by the feud between the Montague family and Capulet Family. The Story started when Romeo and Juliet’s eyes met; the two fell in love with each other that instant. “If I profane with my unworthiest hand: this holy Shrine.
Too early seen unknown, and known too late! Prodigious birth of love it is to me That I must love a loathed enemy.” (1.5.152) Juliet had fallen for Romeo, but when she discovers he is a Montague she realizes it would be difficult for them to be together. Also, it shows Romeo is Juliet's first love. During the Prologue of Act II, the Chorus explains how Romeo is now in love with one of his enemies: “Now Romeo is beloved and loves again , / Alike bewitched by the charms of looks, / But to his foe supposed he must complain.” (2.Prologue.5-7) The Chorus shows how deeply Romeo is in love, while showing the dangers of loving Juliet. Because Romeo and Juliet are on opposite sides of a family feud, their families would oppose their love.
Each character of Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet has been taken out of the play and put into the context of Baz Luhrmann movie. Romeo is appropriated as a tragic romantic. In the play Shakespeare uses speech to represent his passion for love, and that he can fall in love really easy by using the line “Pid my heart love now? Forswear it, sight! For I ne’er saw true beauty till this night”.
In this quote Juliet is regretting the fact that she has fallen in love with an enemy, a Montague. The “Prodigious birth of love” shows that Juliet has rushed into ‘love’ with a man, of which she has just learned his name. True love comes with time, passion, and effort. Love at first sight is not so much a love of the person, but a love of the person’s looks. When Romeo sees Juliet on the balcony later that night, or possibly the next morning, he exclaims, “It is my lady.
ROMEO: out of her favour, where I am in love. (ACT 1, SCENE 1) * When Romeo sees Juliet for the first time, he dramatically falls in love with her beauty. When Romeo starts to talk about Juliet, it does not seem rehearsed. Unlike when Romeo was talking about Rosaline it seemed that it was rehearsed. O, she doth teach the torches to burn bright!
Metaphors are used when talking about subjects without coming straight out and saying what the character means. Shakespeare uses metaphors by having Juliet say things like: “If love be blind, it best agrees with night” meaning that love-making happens during the night; Juliet wants Romeo to come back because she wants to make love to him so she will be officially married to him. She uses metaphors to describe her feelings for Romeo and her feelings about her life. Similes are used to compare people, words, and things, and Shakespeare uses them to describe Romeo in the eyes of Juliet as well as describe the world around her. Juliet says things such as “Whiter than the snow on a raven’s back” (Juliet, 49) to compare her feelings
In Romeo and Juliet, the symbols, light and dark show the two strong forces that pull the young lovers together while also pushing them apart. Romeo compares his lover, Juliet, to light throughout the play, which can represent love. Often Romeo will use light as a way for him to compare Juliet’s beauty to the brightness of the sun. When Romeo first lays eyes on Juliet he says, "the torches to burn bright" (I.5.43). He also describes her as, "the sun" that can "kill the envious moon" (II.2.3).
My grave is like to be my wedding bed" (1.5.135). she is saying that she will not marry a man other than Romeo, Without even knowing she foreshadowing her fate. (About her rebellion against her father about getting marrying to Paris.) Juliet tells Romeo "Yet I should kill thee with much cherishing" (2.2.183) Juliet feels she has so much love for Romeo that she feels that she might just love him to death. Juliet is willing to fake her death in order to remain married to only Romeo, even if it results in death to society.
This change of emotions is caused by her overpowering love for Romeo. Her intense love for Romeo gives her to forgive him, as she thinks of reasons to justify Romeo’s actions. From “That villain cousin would have killed my husband” and “My husband lives, that Tybalt would have slain, / And Tybalt’s dead, that would have slain my husband.”, she convinces herself that Tybalt would have killed Romeo even if he did not die first, hence showing her loyalties lie with Romeo, not Tybalt or the Capulets any longer. Therefore eventually she reaches a conclusion, “Back foolish tears, back to your native spring”, that “All this is comfort, wherefore I weep then?” that it should be a good thing that Tybalt is dead so that Romeo can live and they can be