The Consequences Of Anger In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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Anger is defined as "a strong feeling of intense displeasure, hostility, or indignation as a result of a real or an imagined threat or insult, frustration, or injustice toward yourself or towards someone who’s very important to you" (Stanley 4). As a matter of fact, everyone gets angry, and it does not matter whether this anger is good or bad but what does really matter is that why people get angry and how they response to such horrible feeling. Thus, In order to know how to deal with anger as a natural emotion, you have to know its reasons, its symptoms, and its consequences as well. Anger often springs from one specific idea, situation or domain, and then it is expressed through another situation. Anger is neither good nor bad because it …show more content…
Michael Currie‏ states that 'Whys' of anger are considered a battle between parents and their children. This battle usually appears as an attempt among parents and their children to reinforce their point of view of the problem on the other party (Currie 11). Moreover, People often get angry when they are blocked from achieving their goals, or when they are treated and discriminated unfairly. Romeo and Juliet appears as a fitting example that substantiates this idea accurately, for example, Romeo gets angry because Juliet's family stands in his way of love and marriage so one can count love also as an essential reason that causes anger. Furthermore, Shakespeare views Envy as a great force that triggers anger, but the reader does not realize this fact in the beginning of the play because envy is invisible force that might not be clear to others until something happened causes an angry reaction by the envious person like Tybalt. Due to all the above mentioned reasons of anger, all the characters get into troubles for what they have done when they feel

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