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"Romeo and Juliet": Hurriedness, Hastiness, and Impetuousness

Summary: In "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakespeare, the main characters Romeo and Juliet as well as minor characters make decisions so hurriedly, hastily, and impetuously that they barely have any time to react to their decision. Shakespeare condensed the play's events to that of a few days, adding weight and heavy consequence to every movement, and gave the sense that the action is happening so quickly that characters barely have time to react. By the end of the play, matters are out of control, leading to disastrous results.
Hurriedness, Hastiness, and Impetuousness

Error is always in haste. For example, as in Animal Farm by George Orwell, Squealer was in such a hurry to change the rules of Animalism that he fell off of the ladder. Impetuousness always leads to disastrous results. In the events of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, the characters make decisions in such hurriedness, hastiness, and impetuous ways that they barely have any time to react to their decision. They act without thinking, causing matters to careen out of control in the end. Romeo acted in a hurry many times, as seen at the Capulet party, after his banishment, and after Juliet's death. Juliet acted hastily, also, when she first met Romeo, when she fell in love with Romeo, and when she found Romeo dead. The supporting characters hurried the play along, too. The main supporting characters...

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