Theme Of Madness In Romeo And Juliet

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Romeo is a lonely young guy who is supposedly in love with Rosaline a young and beautiful woman, and a young girl Juliet. Then he meets a beautiful girl named Juliet who he is now thinking he’s in love with her.Now in love with Juliet pursues Juliet knowing the families hate each other. And in secret has friar Lawrence’s marry them. And the families find out about this and go to war, killing Tybalt and Mercutio in the process. All this drives the families toward madness in the end and taking many lives. Fate, Romeo and Juliet, and a feud between the Montagues and Capulets led to the deaths in the tale in fair Verona, Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet fell into a mistaken love that made the feud between the families worse, and the fate …show more content…
where Mercutio bites his thumb to Tybalt and then they initiate a street fight. After this the prince warns the families that if they are to do this in the city again they will be punished. Than after Romeo meets Juliet it does happen again and Romeo gets banished for killing Tybalt after Tybalt kills Mercutio. As Romeo has said once before, “I am fortunes fool.” (Act 3,scene 4). Tybalt found out Romeo was montague and automatically went towards dueling Romeo. Tybalt attempts to do so as a result Mercutio attempts to defend Romeo getting killed in the process. He dies saying “I’m done for. Curse your families!“(act 3, scene 1). This is because of course Romeo and Tybalt both were stupid enough to have not walked away with out inflicting harm for revenge. So the Feud justified the actions on the part of Romeo and Tybalt in that place and time this makes sense because of fact there was already a marriage set for Juliet and it was very much Affected to the point Juliet would fake her death a for Romeo and her sake.The Feud before hand was violent, now with this forbidden relationship the Feud has actually …show more content…
It proved to us hatred carries your heart and when hatred carries your heart it can use it as it likes. These two families felt a full wrath in feuding ares. With the deaths of Romeo and Juliet also found indeed a killing of ultimate feuded end, we can see how the families stop their feuds and come together in their grief as a group of many missing the ones who they loved the than found love as the ultimatum. Putting in the past the foolishness of young love and it’s consequences. Ultimately we should, understand the more we feed our insidious reality the more the reality will eat us slowly from the feet

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