Though the play consists of five main characters, this essay will focus mainly on how Emilia is portrayed in both the text and the film. Tony and Romeo have many similarities, however, there are also some differences. Here, two typical teenagers of that time are dealing with themes of behavior emotions many people deal with today, such as desperation, conflicts with loved ones, and rebellion. The feud has made these two families to be even hungrier for power and respect but all they are doing is staining their swords with their neighbors blood. The next day the Romeo and Juliet get married but only in secret they can for they would never be allowed to be together. Romeo because of this fight with Tybalt.
Shakespeare closely tangles the play so every character and event plays an important role in the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Characters in Romeo and Juliet, John Gielgud, Juliet Capulet 908 Words 3 Pages 7-5-13 Love and Death vs. Romeo and Juliet are very rebellious and the parents express negative feelings about their children. When you first listen to Romeo talk about Rosaline, you basically know that he is not really in love with her because of the way he talks about her. Friar was a huge help to both Romeo and Juliet he cared about them and came up with a plan for them to be together. The ancient grudge is over. The Prince had the responsibility of keeping law and order in Verona.
This event alone, however, is not the cause of just Romeo and Juliet, but all the people in the fair city of Verona. We know that this play is going to be a tragic play right from the beginning as it says in the prologue that the madness between the two families would end with a tragedy. These two families are enemies; many fights break out between them when they meet in the streets. Friar Laurence makes several irresponsible decisions throughout the play such as his unwise plan to reunite the lovers. Mercutio because he never thinks before he acts. This shows the society of the time was very different to ours, they got married and had chrildren at a young age and believed in fate and fortune telling. Juliet had never had a relationship before and was keen to rush into one.
Romeo and Juliet fell in love with each other at their first meeting. The Montagues and the Capulets are both stuck in the past of a family feud that begun before they were even born. Others, however, believe that whatever happens during the course of their lives is inevitable and every event predestined and laid out before them like a roadmap to life; in other words, fate. The play would have ended very differently if the characters had made better informed decisions. However, despite these differences both settings are effective for the style of each movie.
Dramatic Tension is used so that the audience stays interested in the play. As both households too proud to share the dignity, the feud between the two families reached new heights on the streets of the fair Verona. What seems to be a playful fight between him and Tybalt ends in his own death. There are other beautiful people out there so if I were you, would not risk the consequences, especially death. Shakespeare wrote Romeo and Juliet for an audience used to sixteenth century stage conventions, we must appreciate that these conventions are very different from our own.
The Friar is saying that heaven chooses to punish the families for their hatred by taking away their joys; Romeo and Juliet. From old resentment break to new uprising where common blood makes common hands unclean. There were many family feuds. The soundtracks were also quite different. The plot of Romeo and Juliet was taken from a whole range of other stories, poems and plays. The way Capulet handles the situation with Paris shows the love and kindness he feels for his daughter.
It was a good school where he learned even Greek and Latin. The reason for blaming Romeo is because he was too hasty, organised everything in secret and he was blinded by love. Fate is not the only factor contributing to the deaths of Romeo and Juliet; many characters with unintentional doings can also be blamed for the deaths of these lovers. Throughout the play, we see that fate, family feud and human failings are predominant in Romeo and Juliet's lives. This proves that the Nurse even fed Juliet when she was younger and has been like a mother to her. This feud brought on many problems, such as the murder of Tybalt by Romeo.
Friar Lawrence was very benign to Romeo and Juliet, he even married them, but could he also have something to do with their deaths? Any kind of profession was out of the question and extremely frowned upon. Romeo finds out that Rosaline will attend the mask party. In the end everyone had something to do with their deaths big or small one event lead to the other and caused the tragic ending. Juliet is shown to be immature in a opening scene where her father tells the bride-seeking Paris his daughter is not old and grown-up enough to marry. It was written in the late fifteen hundreds. We also pay close attention to their use of word play, in order to understand their personality and motivations.
Many lessons are taught by Romeo and Juliet: first, think before you act. The families have an ancient grudge. Throughout The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet can be held accountable by fate and destiny. Mercutio's attitude towards the quarrels and fighting made the situation worse. In my response, I will include the significance and the evaluation of the article as well as the connection with the themes of Romeo and Juliet. The Montague and the Capsules are both stuck in the past of a family feud that begun before they were even born.
I am going to focus mainly on Tybalt, Friar Lawrence, benvilio, the nurse, Romeo and Juliet themselves. Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet are two young kids who fall in love. The characters either does not know that something is occurring or the character does not have the whole truth. In how there were different class structures and people were treated differently and judged differently depending on which class they fell in. The Friar is at first persuaded by Romeo to marry the young couple and later by Juliet to help her escape from Verona to re-unite with her darling Romeo. Act I Scene ii 1.