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Romeo and Juliet is a love story in Tudor England, fulfilled with strong emotions and decisions from various characters that leads it to a tragic ending.
Where two people fall in love with one another, but their love is forbidden. To make story attractive, Shakespeare expresses it by implementing those days language into dialogues. Their families would never let them be together, because of an ancient grudge that withholds peace between them.
Benvolio wants to show Romeo that there are more beautiful girls of Verona than her. When Romeo attends the ball, he sees Juliet and instantly falls in love with her, but he still does not know that she is from Capulet family. This also shapes response as to what will happen when they will find out what their families are and will their love overcome this ancient grudge.
In Act 2 Scene 6 — Romeo and Juliet decides to marry one another and they do it in secret with the help of a nurse and Friar Lawrence.
Also it surprises the audience as it makes to think how they could make such a major decision keeping in mind that they only know each other for couple of days and they are from families that do not get along!
Tybalt gets furious for what Romeo done in the ball and taunts Mercutio to fight where Mercutio gets killed, even though Prince forbid any blood spill.
Is he gone, and hath nothing?
The citizens are up, and Tybalt slain. The Prince will doom thee death, if thou art taken. Hence, be gone away!
And in the next morning when nurse tries to wake up Juliet, she finds out that she does not show any sign of life and immediately calls her lord. My child, my only life!
Revive, look up, or I will die with thee!
But because Romeo did not receive letter from the Friar this leads him to get bad news from Benvolio before the good news. This makes the audience think about what Romeo will do next, when he sees a dead Juliet. Leave me, and do the thing I bid thee do. This shapes audience response whether Juliet will wake up before Romeo drinks the poison and they will both live.
But, because Juliet does not wake up, Romeo decides to end his life as well. After he drinks the poison, Juliet wakes up, but Romeo is already dying.
This leaves audience to realise that Romeo loves Juliet so much, that he cannot live without her and will give up his life. As they both lost very important family members and they understood that a war just leads to a loss. Capulet, Montague; See what a scourge is laid upon your hate, that heaven finds means to kill your joys with love.Romeo and Juliet Navigator is a complete online study guide to Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.
Use it to understand the plot, characters, and themes. Copy quotes for your essay. In Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, a sad tragedy happens that will leave you in shock. However, three people were seen to be the primary suspects that led to the death of young Juliet: Romeo, Friar Laurence, and Juliet herself.
Romeo & Juliet: Consequences of Individual Decisions Romeo & Juliet Being the main characters, we follow Romeo and Juliet as they fall in love and decide to marry. Analysis of Romeo and Juliet story. audience response to the decisions made by Romeo and Juliet and how they had an effect to others and how author.
Read mo. Romeo and Juliet English EssayRomeo and Juliet is a very sad and tragic book/play on based on the life of two families. Romeo is a montague and Juliet is a Capulet, these two famillies have had many a rivalry in the past years, and would never condon talking, or even looking at the other family.
Jun 11, · Romeo made a wrong choice again at the end of the book when he decides to kill himself for Juliet (When he found out she was "dead"). If he could have controled his emotions, then he would have found out that Juliet was just pfmlures.com: Resolved.