big dog Mrs. tee World Lit. Honors 27, March 1912 The Tragic Flaw Romeo and Juliet is a tragic play of two star-crossed lovers written by William Shakespeare. Romeo and Juliet fall in love and hide their secret relationship from their feuding families. As the play progresses, Romeo starts to act on impulse and his action result in tragic consequences. When people act on impulse it leads to terrible endings and suffering to others.
Also, sense people frown upon divorce, Ethan can’t run away from Zeena and go to the city like he wants. Characterization: A dynamic character in the novel, Ethan Frome bu Edith Wharton, is Ethan. He can be described as the archetype of the orphan because he is the “common persons.” The orphan is also described as being feared of being exploited and struggle with despair. Ethan fears of Zeena finding out about him and Mattie, and he struggles with loneliness so he marries Zeena. Ethan is a dynamic character because in the beginning he is a normal, boring guy then when Mattie comes, he falls in love and starts acting different.
Alex has another love interest, her classmate Dean Moriarty, and tries to impress him by using magic to make him think she's smart. In another episode, when Alex's nemesis, Gigi Hollingsworth, finds her diary which she draws in, she finds out about Alex's crush on Dean. When Gigi gets trapped, she gets back out and is convinced she hit her head. She tells the school of Alex's crush on Dean and Alex admits what she does in her diary, but denies it was Dean who was the Prince in her drawings. He still, however, seems impressed.
Romeo’s choices cause pain and stress upon his friends and mentor. Romeo, acting out of love, convinces Friar Lawrence to marry him to Juliet after only knowing each other for a few hours. This irrational decision causes conflict for Friar Lawrence
489 lines (161-163). That was a line in the book Romeo and Juliet, written by William Shakespeare. That quote was said by Romeo in the very beginning of the book because he is so love sick over this girl named Rosaline. Throughout the book Romeo and Juliet, both Romeo and Juliet’s perspective on love changes along with their personalities. As I said before in the beginning of the book Romeo and Juliet, Romeo is gloomy and feeling hopeless about love because Rosaline (the women he “loves”) is not going to get married.
Benvoilo feels sympathy for the young brokenhearted man and encourages him to go to the Capulet’s party so he will forget the girl. Meanwhile, as Juliet prepares for the party, her mother discussing her impending marriage, to which she replies “It is an honour that I dream not of.” As Juliet is only 13 years old, it is reasonable for her not to be ready for such responsibility. However all previous notions are lost when she meets Romeo. He sees her from
Benvolio then suggests Romeo to attend a Capulet gathering where Rosaline will be outmatched by other beautiful girls but Romeo says that his affection for Rosaline will not change. The moment Romeo meets Juliet, his previous lovesick and depression are gone instantly as he quickly falls for Juliet. Romeo thinks of Juliet’s beauty as “I ne’er saw true beauty ‘til this night”, and swiftly makes plans to approach her regardless to the hatred between the two families. On the other hand Juliet is much more consistent throughout the play. At the beginning, Juliet remains not interested in love before and after meeting Paris, an eligible bachelor worthy for her.
Talha Salman Mrs. Cruz-Walsh English 2B 24 March 2012 The Loss of Two Two lovers bound together by their ill-fated love, unknowingly lead themselves to their deaths. William Shakespeare's tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, is a play about Romeo and Juliet and their short-lived love. Fueled by a family grudge the Capulet and Montague households could never see “eye to eye”. With only one man supporting them, the couple secretly loved, until they were ripped apart and eventually lost their lives. The demise of Romeo and Juliet was caused by their youth and inexperience, interference by adults, and most of all by fate and chance.
Romeo Montague, the male protagonist, is very fickle when it comes to deciding who his true love is. In the beginning of the play, Romeo hides himself from the light of the day because he is in a mode of depression due to Rosaline’s rejection to love him. He is so in love with the idea of loving Rosaline that he goes to an extent of not being himself around his close friends. However, when he meets Juliet at the masquerade ball, he begins to doubt who his love truly is.
Who is to blame for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet? The play ‘Romeo and Juliet’ is a romantic tragedy written by William Shakespeare, where the eponymous characters play a vital role in relation to their untimely death, thus can be blamed. In the addition to the protagonists, Friar Lawrence and the nurse indirectly contribute to the disastrous outcome, partly due to their lack of guidance to the young romantics. These four characters in the text are all held to be somewhat responsible for the disastrous occurrences that ultimately result in two suicides and 4 deaths. The play explores a short journey of “two star crossed lovers” who unite their two rivaling families through grief.