Romeo and Juliet Essay | Student Essay

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Romeo and Juliet: Static and Dynamic Characters

Summary: Examines how Romeo and Juliet either changed or did not change their character through Acts I through III.
"From forth the fatal loins of these two foes/ A pair of star-cross'd lovers take their life;." Romeo and Juliet passionately fall in love at first sight in the classic play, Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. In dramatic fashion, their love and relationship outlasts any obstacles. Heavily influenced by their love for each other, their words and actions show the stability or change of their character throughout the play. From Act I to Act III, Romeo is emotionally unstable and impetuous, whereas Juliet transforms from an obedient child into a mature woman.

Romeo is a static character throughout the first three acts, as an emotionally unstable and rash man. His decisions, inspired frequently by his passion and longing for love, stay constant throughout the play. It is evident that he is emotionally unstable, when he is very distraught over Rosaline, his temporary...

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