Essay on William Shakespeare 's Romeo And Juliet

1779 Words Aug 16th, 2016 8 Pages
In the eyes of your love, you 're perfect. In the eyes of your peers, your not worth it.
Romeo loved and so did Juliet, but their love was fast and their family’s hatred was not a good duet. Lets sink our eyes, in this passage of what Shakespeare wanted to accomplish in this play of two lovers who die. In Shakespeare 's Romeo and Juliet, when the playwright explores the general theme of Fast vs. Slow, he is urging his audience to believe that love can happen between any circumstances and love at first sight can be true because of belief that Romeo thinks that he is truly in love with Juliet, and Juliet is with him, already and over Rosaline so fast but the families feud is a slow battle between the Capulets and Montagues which should have caused a predicted non-romance between the two lovers but did not.

Romeo falls in love at first sight with Juliet at the party and is over Rosaline at the sight of Juliet, showing how Shakespeare is making love at first sight, a big theme in Romeo & Juliet, and persuading how fast that was in a even bigger duality of Fast vs. Slow. Romeo shows his love at first sight by saying, “O, she doth teach the torches to burn bright! It seems she hangs upon the cheek of night. As a rich jewel in an Ethiop 's ear- . Beauty too rich for use, for earth too dear!” When Romeo says this to himself about Juliet when he sees her at the party he is expressing his feelings about her beauty and his desire for her. He is saying she’s so bright (beautiful)…

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