Lightning To Foreshadow In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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Juliet explains that she wants her relationship with Romeo to be like a flower, which blooms gradually, and not like the lightning, which is very sudden, and is only there for a few seconds before it is gone. William Shakespeare, the author of Romeo and Juliet, uses lightning to foreshadow the outcome of Juliet's relationship with Romeo. He has Juliet mention a flower to symbolize how Juliet wants it to be. William Shakespeare uses lightning to explain how the relationship of Romeo and Juliet turns out in the end. They meet and fall in love in seconds and then get married the next day. Then they die, because they were really emo. This shows that their relationship is like the lightning, very quick and sudden, which is not how Juliet wanted

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