As for Romeo, in that period of time, he is expected to be a gentleman, also expected to be like Paris, who is always kind and caring, and well-dressed all the time. Many looked at Paris as any perfect man that a woman can have in the world, and that he was so perfect he seems to be like a sculpture made from wax. Romeo was hoped to behave with more maturity and to act like Paris who takes great care of even the maids and servants. When a man contains all these qualities, they are considered as an ideal figure that any male desires to be in Verona. However, Romeo did not act and obey to the expectations of the time and often participated in silly actions.
Romeo and Juliet shared similar tragic flaws where they both possessed loyalty to each other and their spontaneous youth have brought them to their downfall. One of Romeo’s many tragic flaws is that he falls in love too quickly and deeply. Did my heart love till now? Forswear it, sight! For I ne’er saw true beauty till this night. …show more content…
She asked Romeo to forget about the names of the Montagues and the Capulets, saying the names do not matter to their love. She is eager to become husband and wife with Romeo because she wants to protest to her family’s decision of marrying Paris. Juliet, showed more stubbornness than Romeo as she kept her promises to Romeo and say that she will die if she enters a loveless marriage with Paris. Another tragic flaw Romeo and Juliet shared is their loyalty to each other. Due to the lack of love from both families, they were not able to find anyone who truly cares about them and are willing to sacrifice for them. When they first met, they fell deeply in love and the bond between them grew stronger as time goes by. Since their love was unstoppable, their loyalty for each other became durable to any hardships. However, their previous loyalties crumble as a result of their