Romeo And Juliet Impulsive Quotes

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In Sarah’s Jayne Blakemore “The mysterious working of adolescent brain”,relates to Shakespeare play Romeo and Juliet how there was 6 death from sunday to thursday. Sarah’s thesis adolescents develop decision making , risk taking, and mood swing. Sometimes we do this things, but we learn from them either there for good or bad there's always a reason why. First, Romeo and Juliet do pretty stupid risk that cause death and suicide. Romeo and Juliet are two young teens that fall in love and do dumb decision for love, a quote romeo said was “love’s faithful vow”...pg.1026. This quote is saying that romeo wants to marry juliet. Romeo really loves juliet like he would die for her no matter what. And he would do anything to see her. Friar laurence told romeo to meet juliet in juliet’s room to have a night together, but romeo has been banished but he still goes either way knowing that if he goes back he could get killed. Second of all, Tybalt and Romeo’s impulsive caused a chain of violence, death and tragedy by fighting. Our impulsive can cause harm to other people maybe by saying words we …show more content…
Romeo just wants to marry juliet as soon as possible, he wants to show the whole world that she’s all his and that he’s in love with her. Romeo has been banished because of the whole situation with Tybalt but that doesn’t keep him by seeing her. Juliet has been risk taking by being with Romeo when he’s a Montague and she's a Capulet and the Montagues and Capulets don't get along their enemies. Juliet didn't care about the consequences, all she cared is that she was happy with Romeo and wanted to be with him for the rest of her life. It’s crazy how Romeo would suicide himself if juliet died, well she didn’t really die it was temporary, but Romeo actually thought she was dead so he kills himself, then juliet wakes up and sees Romeo dead so she kills herself. Love is so strong that people would do

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