Romeo and Juliet Essay | Romeo and Juliet: How Boy Meets Girl

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Romeo and Juliet: How Boy Meets Girl

Summary: Examines the roles Romeo and Juliet play in their ill-fated relationship in the classic Shakespearean play. Explores how the duo's attitudes toward love reveal to the reader information about their characters. Reveals how Romeo focuses on outward appearances while Juliet bases her emotions on Romeo's character.
In this Shakespearean play, two young people from opposing feuding families fall in love causing much ado. In a party in Act I, Romeo leaves behind his woes for another woman by falling in love with Juliet. After the party is over, Romeo cannot stop thinking about Juliet even though he just found out that she is from his enemy's family. In this balcony scene in Act II, scene ii of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, Romeo is shown to be impulsive and impractical where as Juliet is more reasonable and mature. This is revealed in their attitudes toward love and the situation in which they find themselves as well as in the language they use.

Romeo and Juliet's attitudes toward love reveal to the reader how one is more impulsive and impractical while the other is reasonable and mature. Before Juliet speaks, Romeo...

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