Pure Love In Romeo And Juliet Essay

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Register to read the introduction… Therefore, some remarkable symbols are put around the eyes. The pink sparkles which surround the edges of the eyes represent Juliet’s naïveté (at the beginning of the play), and the pure love to Romeo. From the dialogue in Act I Scene III 69, “It is an honour that I dream not of” shows that Juliet has no idea what is marriage, moreover the Nurse jokes by taking credit for Juliet’s wisdom “An honor? Were not I thine only nurse, I would say thou hadst sucked wisdom from thy teat” (Act I Scene III 70-71). These conversations shows the naïveté about marriage for Juliet. Pink can also be a symbol of pure love. Throughout the play, it shows the love between Romeo and Juliet is pure, pure love means that someone would suffer rather that to make one another suffer; and moreover, pure love can be defined as both of them cannot live without one another. By the end of the play, Romeo learns that Juliet has “died”, and he cannot live without her therefore he suicides, and dies by her side. Meanwhile, Juliet awakes. When she sees her love ones has died, she kills herself too. Although this is Juliet first love, she takes is seriously, and preciously which are some reasons that leads to the happen of the tragedy. There are some red rhinestones strass near the corner of both eyes, they represent the blood and tragic of this play, where Romeo and Juliet die as mentioned …show more content…
This star symbols the foreshowing of the tragedy, although stars are usually descripted positively, this star isn’t.
Above the star, there is a chain of diamonds and pearls which stands for the charming, greatness and wealth of Juliet. Because Juliet is the only child in the Capulets, she always wears the best, and the most expensive. Diamonds and pearls are the accessories which best suit her status. Nevertheless, Juliet is described as a beauty which diamonds can describe her perfectly – “Shine bright like a diamond” (Diamonds by Rihanna). “O, she doth teach the torches to burn bright/ …Beauty too rich for use, for earth too dear” (Act I Scene V 43-46) shows Romeo has already fall in love with Juliet because of her beauty.
The furs which represents a snowy dove from “So shows a snowy dove trooping with crows/ As younger lady over her fellows shows” (Act I Scene V 47-48) is used to emphasized and exaggerate the beauty of Juliet. Additionally, by adding the furs on the mask, they make the make seems more

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