This is the first part where he talks about fighting, without an incentive. I feel that Romeo is a fighter but only when needs call. Confusion as he is not sure why Tybalt wants to fight. Why call you for a sword! When Tybalt and Mercutio fight, I want them to go near the audience and break apart so often. Romeo says line 75 in a desperate plea, using his hands to symbolise how frantic is to stop the fighting, because Tybalt and Mercutio are practically cousins. He later goes on to tell Benvolio that he thinks she is the most beautiful creature alive and that he hasn't slept in days or eaten because he is miserable without her and he sees no point in living, if it's not with her. Act 3 Scene 1 is an important moment in the play as it's the thrilling point.
Mercutio acts as though he is competing for the limelight and attention with the others especially Tybalt. Others argue that the apparent difference in Romeo's feelings shows Shakespeare's improving skill. Many factors lead to the death of Romeo and Juliet, various readers believe that Romeo and Juliet are to blame for the course of events leading to their deaths, Therefore it is there fault that they died. Thus tragedy strikes a wary, yet inevitable, sentiment every person experiences at least once in their lifetime. I would emphasise this heavily, so everyone can hear. Juliet's instant yielding to the power of love belongs nearer to the time of As You Like It than to that of Love's Labour's Lost. She'll not be hit With Cupid's arrow.
In Elizabethan society, many people were superstitious and that line, which is putting a curse on both of their families. That which we call a rose, by any other word would smell as sweet. The poetry Shakespeare writes for Rosaline is much weaker than that for Juliet. It tells me that a man being called a boy undermines the person. As compared with his style of speech after meeting with Juliet, it serves to mark the difference between being lovesick and being in love. .
Therefore, he … assumes that Romeo has been with Rosaline for the night because he doesn't know that they are not in love any more. Until she meets Romeo Montague. Just like keeping eye contact with a dog, because if it fears you it will not attack, but if you fear it, then it will attack. Apparently he's afraid that Romeo has been sinning with the girl he has long longed for, but Romeo reassures him that he's forgotten all about Rosaline, has fallen in love with Juliet, and wants to be married that very day. Shakespeare was a playwright and a genius in his own right. In one ill-fated moment, he placed his love of Juliet over his concern for Mercutio, and Mercutio was killed. Still-waking sleep, that is not what it is! In the film the tension is built.
It will be said calmly but with a sense of urgency in his voice. Nevertheless, the Friar is willing to marry Romeo and Juliet. It is based around tried and tested Shakespearian themes, such as love, tragedy and death. No wonder she's the one who gets the speaking role. At the party, Tybalt sees them, who becomes furious by their intrusion and tells his uncle, Capulet. Mercutio insists that Romeo must dance, but Romeo replies,.
These comments may make Romeo appear immature and shallow, but the play is, after all, a story of young love, and the next line points out an important difference between Romeo's new love and his former love. Romeo responds that he would be a heretic in the religion of love if he admitted that there was anyone more beautiful than Rosaline, but he does agree to go with Benvolio to Capulet's,. Capulet allows Juliet to decide if she wants to marry this man. He will slowly raise his voice. In other words, Rosaline has sworn off boys and sex, which means that Romeo has no chance of winning her heart. Saying that he is a fool for doing what fortune wanted him to do i.
I would then tell him to run his hands through his hair, to represent him thinking. Dramatic irony creates tension because the audiences are waiting for something to happen and for the character to understand and react. Around this time, men were expected to declare their love for a woman like this, and the women enjoyed the men telling them how beautiful they were. He's being a party-pooper, and why? Juliet's father, however, in a 1597 passage I, v, 30 f. When he meets Juliet his love for her is immediate, spontaneous, all-absorbing. Romeo expresses the conflict of love and hate in Act 1, Scene 1, comparing his love for Rosaline with the feud between the two houses: Here's much to do with hate, but more with love. The next time that it is said line 91 will be said shouting and fairly fast, whilst pointing at Romeo, as if 100% blaming Romeo for making him loose a battle.
Press your ear to the earth so I know your listening. At this point, Romeo will look towards the audience with a confused and scared look upon his face. Like your fancy for the doll; Once possessed, you left it in the rain; yesterday's fancy, mud in its hair, Damp stained the dress Id made for her. The next line would be said loudly and confidently to get a reaction from the Montagues as well as the public and the audience. Romeo says line 82 practically screaming and looking at Tybalt when he says his name and Mercutio when he says his name.
The way that Tybalt will say line 35 will be in a way that it stands as the bottom line, no more joking or playing words. The play's emphasis on characters' eyes and the act of looking accords with Romeo's role as a blind lover who doesn't believe that there could be another lady more fair than his Rosaline. I will make them both say key words with emphasis. Buy their costumes and attend the ball, of course. Mercurtio invokes Rosaline's eyes, forehead, and lip, then switches to the other end of her body and works his way upwards. Juliet on the balcony ponders Romeo's name and likens it to that rose that remains itself whatever it is called. Romeo will not make eye contact with Tybalt because that would symbolise him wanting to fight.