The impulsivity and youthful exuberance of Romeo, Juliet, Mercutio, and Paris serve as a strong to calculating, the political foresight of Lord Capulet, Lord Montague, and Friar Lawrence. The play depicts that true and meaning love will eventually triumph over hatred. In act 5 scene 3 Romeo is saying goodbye to Juliet for the final time at her burial tomb. In his reactive rage, Romeo tells Tybalt that they must fight until one or both of them are dead. The fate bought them to death and the everlasting love. The opposite of attachment, and thus the opposite of love and hatred, is indifference. Thou art thyself, though not a Montague.
Their love is also chaotic and destructive, bringing death to friends, family, and to themselves. As the beginning of the play starts you can quickly notice that something was not right with Iago, as the position of lieutenant to Othello opened he felt that he who has been there for Othello should receive it. It is an example of blind love, and his sudden switch from Rosalind to Juliet, though seemingly false, is possible when Romeo's outlook on life and love are examined. These central ideas enable readers to view a certain piece from various angles to broaden their understanding. Before addressing themes in Romeo and Juliet, it is important to define exactly what I mean by theme. Like the poles of an electrical circuit between which runs the high voltage of emotions, love and hate create a dialogue and a dialectic, a dynamic tension which powers the action and generates heat.
This play was wrote by William Shakespeare and in this essay I will explore the themes of love and death. After that what did Juliet think about Romeo, the killer of her cousin, she did not really care about it. Capulet becomes angry with Tybalt because he is the head of the family and he expects to be listened to. The same is true for Juliet. After thee death of Romeo and Juliet the families planned to built a statue. Regarded as one of the most significant and widely read playwrights, Shakespeare has skillfully explored diverse themes such as loyalty, the of and hate, violence, greed, and insanity in his tragedies. Characters attitudes towards love are sometimes developed and changed throughout the play, allowing for Shakespeare to show more opinions of love that may have been common in his day.
The feud between the Capulets and Montagues has been so extensive that the origin of the hatred has been lost in history. Tybalt will not step down either because he likes a fight. Courtly love does not lead to marriage normally. He implies that her beauty is so great, that nothing universal can compare. When we are content, or happy, or joyful, or ecstatic we feel safe in ourselves because the world is what we want it to be, and when we are in love we are in the glorious safety where we can be truly and completely ourselves.
While Romeo's love for Juliet prevents him from initially entering into a fight with Tybalt, he later becomes enraged after the death of his friend, Mercutio. It was between two enemy families, the Montagues, and the Capulets. Patriarchy was just another way of life in Verona, in Shakespearian times; men were the dominant sex. This ambiguity is reflected throughout Romeo and , whose language is riddled with oxymorons. During Act 5 Scene 1 these emotions are highlighted. The powerful love of them actually over throw the hate between the families.
Also some of these scenes have both of the themes at the same time for example the Capulet party where it skips from the love of Romeo and. It addition it could imply that she is still so magnificent everything will treat her greatly. This is a style of love that is little known nowadays but is evident from the play that was a common idea in the days of Shakespeare. Both the love and hate can both resolve into a problem. They could not live in a harmony world.
Gaius Valerius Catullus Too hot, too hot! Romeo and Juliet, the tragic play by William Shakespeare, centers around the love story between Romeo, the young heir of the Montagues, and Juliet, the daughter of the house of Capulet. Did ever dragon keep so fair a cave? Shakespeare explores the complex nature of these universal feelings and the impact of fate through the death of young Romeo and Juliet. Repeatedly in the play, Romeo and Juliet's love is mentioned in connection with death and violence. The fact is that hate was more powerful in a way that it beat love. It is the most fatalistic moment in the play that drives Romeo to commit suicide. No leader of either household ever thought about making peace, they were all too busy to spoil everything for the rival family. Many characters in the play portray theses.
Juliet drinks the potion that night. This is a good example of an oxymoron because it illustrates what an oxymoron is and how it can be used. When Romeo enters, the audience feels tension because he has just come from the church where he got married to Juliet. They had become more willing to take a risk and insist that they saw a signal when in fact there was none. Being but heavy, I will bear the light. This is the tragedy of fair Romeo and Juliet, a story exhibiting the uncontrollable feelings of love and hate through foreshadowing and fortune. Unfortunately our play does not start in favor of love, we see a skirmish between the rival families and an undeniable sense of hatred.