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"Deny thy father and refuse thy name; Or if thou wilt not, be bit sworn my love; And I'll no longer be a Capulet"
(said by Juliet) stating that the love she feels for Romeo is stronger than anything she has ever felt before, there love is considered forbidden as both families have an ongoing hatred towards each other, she is willing to deny her families name in order to be with Romeo
'Love conquers all'
Romeo and Juliet's love doesn't just affect them, it effects just about everyone is Verona. From Capulet and Montague, to Friar Lawrence and Paris, to Mercutio and Tybalt. This tragic love story portrays the chaos and passion of being in love, combining ideas of love, violence, death, religion, and family in an allusive rush leading to the play’s devistating conclusion.
Juliet is young and naive. Her transformation from girl to woman is seen in the changing language she uses to talk about love. Although Juliet is set to marry Paris, her forbidden love with Romeo over powers her, refusing her family name and what her supposed values. Juliet takes her own life so she can be with Romeo in the afterlife.
Romeo is merely in love with the idea of being in love. His 'affair' with Juliet is considered immoral and wrong. Romeo's infatuation with love divides him from his family, as well as drives him to take his life.
Romeo's closest friend, Mercutio is a victim of the cruel existence that is Romeo and Juliet's love. It is the Montague's and Capulet's hate as well as Romeo and Juliet's love that is the death of Mercutio. Tybalt kills him as an act of vengeance against Romeo when he bids peace between the two families to save his relationship with Juliet.
What is L-O-V-E ?
The theme love is presented within many contexts including family love, forbidden love and in particular romantic love, specifically the intense passion that springs at first sight between Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet is the most famous love story in English literature. Love is naturally the play’s dominant and most important theme.
Love in the time of Shakespeare...
The theme of love reflects issues faced in Shakespearean times like gender roles and equality and that women had no rights. Women didn’t get to marry people that they loved, they married because of their parents or for money. They may fall in love after they were married. This issue is portrayed in Romeo and Juliet when Juliet has no control of her marriage. In Shakespearean times the parents often decided who the child would marry for whatever reason, an they wouldn't listen to their child's wishes. Romeo and Juliet rebel against this portrayed standard, contrary to life in Shakespearean times.
Topic Sentence #2
Love can be easily misunderstood
Topic Sentence #3
Love can blind your conscience.
Topic Sentence #1
Love is an uncontrollable emotion which is deceptive and
^ Visual Representation ^
"My bounty is as boundless as the sea,My love is deep; the more I give to thee, the more I have, For both are infinite"
(said by Juliet) Juliet refers to her love being as deep as the sea; endless. The more love she gives to Romeo the more love she receives, both her love and the sea are infinite.
"But, soft! what light through yonder window breaks? It is the east, and Juliet is the sun"
(said by Romeo) Refers to Juliet as a light, his world has been dark and upsetting as he was heartbroken over Rosaline, however upon seeing Juliet it has sparked a deep emotional love that now Juliet is the pure source of happiness "light" in his life. The sun was the centre of the universe and very valued in Shakespearean times, with Romeo stating Juliet it his light he is strongly valuing her as the centre of his universe.
"Can I go forward when my heart is here?"
(said by Romeo) Implying that him and Juliet are linked and that there love is their destiny and that he cannot move on or live without her as his heart will always belong to her.