Romeo sends the place and time of their wedding to Juliet. The nurse delivers the news to the waiting Juliet. Juliet is impulsive when she agrees to marry Romeo. Juliet’s nurse comes back from meeting Romeo and asks Juliet if she wants to marry Romeo. When Juliet responds with a yes, the Nurse says “Then hie you hence to Friar Lawrence’s cell” (II.iiiii.67).
How does Benvolio propose to change Romeo’s melancholy mood at beginning of pla 4. Why is it necessary for scene 1 to take place in a public square? 5.To the people of Shakespeare’s time, disorder in a community threatened the authority of the ruler and the stability of the state. Find examples of this belief in Escalus’ speech? 6.
The last archetype I chose for Romeo was the fall. Romeo fits this archetype because after marrying Juliet (the love of his life) He gets an incomplete message from his trusty servant. This sends Romeo furious and his emotions in an uproar. Romeo goes to see if the news is true. When he arrived at the family chamber he sees her laying there still, he gives her one last gentle kiss on her lips.
5. What "extremities" do Romeo and Juliet overcome in their love for one another? The violence and hatred between their families. 6. The prologue of Act 2 reveals that despite difficulty, __________________.
ctions, even ifnot purposely. This shows that, in the end, Friar Lawrence is merely ahypocrite offering his distorted option.One of the places that Friar Lawrence offers hypocritical advice iswhen Romeo consults with him on how he wants to marry Juliet. When Romeofirst goes to Friar Lawrence, excitedly telling him about his new love, Juliet,Friar Lawrence is outraged, telling Romeo that he, like most young men, isnot really in love, but simply lusts for a new woman so quickly after he wasdying for his last. He says that Romeo is being too hasty and unwise inmarrying Juliet, and that he will eventually move on to someone else. Butdespite his own advice, the Friar marries the couple.
Iago then urges him to start a fight with Cassio. Iago encourages the fight because he wants revenge on Cassio for being promoted to the lieutenant position. Iago shows his masterful manipulation skills by having Roderigo being almost invisible in the scene where Roderigo starts the fight with Cassio, who is drunk and chasing Roderigo around the stage threatening to beat him up. As he was chasing him, Cassio stabbed Montano, the Governor of Cyprus. No one seems to give it a second thought of who started the fight and what the fight is about.
One of many reasons Tybalt is responsible for the death of Romeo and Juliet is that he escalates a fight which then leads to the punishment of death for the next person spill blood. At the start of the play a few servants from the two families are talking and then Tybalt shows up and turns the argument into a fight; during the fight the prince turns up and announces that the next person to kill from one of the families will be executed. This is responsible for the death of Romeo and Juliet as the prince announces the person to sheds blood will be executed, and as Romeo retaliates when Tybalt kills Mercutio and Romeo goes and kills him, Romeo then flees the city to stay alive, during this Juliet
Shakespeare presents the concept that deceptive decisions lead to tragic events. Romeo’s rapidly changing character makes irrational and unwise decisions which link up to a strong and prominent theme in the play; deception. Through Romeo’s character Shakespeare juxtaposes true love against infatuation, he does this by showing his melancholy state over his loss of his infatuation Rosaline, then shows how he has found “true love” with his “bright angel” Juliet through his poetic dialogue, although they are from feuding family’s they decide “what’s in a name”, and she implores him to “doth thy name” and “swear by the god of [her] idolatry”. Shakespeare shows the changing of Romeo’s moral compass throughout the play, he goes from an elated state of mind as life was perfect with “thee”, and then, as the “plague on both (their) houses” is begun by the death of Mercutio, Romeo’s unchecked emotions cause him to commit the disloyal act of murdering his wife’s cousin, Tybalt. Despite of his blundering, Juliet see’s this only as dreadful because of his “banished”.
In the play Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare, the characters Romeo and Juliet commit acts of insanity for the love they believe they have for one another. In the 15th century, in Verona, Italy, two royal families live in feud. Romeo is a Montague while Juliet is a Capulet. One day the families fight After, the prince explains if there is another fight, death will be immediate. Later in the day, the Capulet’s hold a party where Romeo sneaks in.
Themes of Romeo & Juliet Love Love is a theme in “Romeo and Juliet” because Romeo and Juliet are the most famous lovers in history. Romeo starts the play infatuated with Rosaline, a not so pretty girl with an ambition to stay chaste. Then, there is a “love at first sight” situation with Juliet. These lovers (Romeo & Juliet) come from rivalled families, but their love overpowers their families hate towards each other. Their romance ends in a tragedy when they both think the other is dead and chooses to commit suicide rather than live alone, without their love.