Romeo and Juliet Analysis
William Shakespeare’s play “Romeo and Juliet” is a popular known love story between two opposites. If you look deeply into the story you will realize that it is not a story of love, but a story about rebellious children. Romeo comes from a poor family with very little, whereas Juliet comes from a rich family with a very popular name. With the two families so very different, the children are told not to have any interaction with the other family. With both Romeo and Juliet being rebellious teens, they have attractions towards each other. They believe it is love, but it is truly just an infatuation for each other.
Through the story you see the interactions between Romeo and Juliet to be physical attraction each time. The scenes with the two interacting are usually sex scenes or a scene of the two kissing. Romeo barely knew Juliet and they got married within a matter of days. With people who are truly in love, marriage is a ceremony that shows their love for each other. With just little planning they show that it was a spontaneous, radical act. People who are truly in love will wait to get married, and they wouldn’t do it behind their family’s backs. They would know their parents would understand they are in love and they would let them be. Even if your parents don’t agree you would still fight for it because you are truly in love. They just give it little thought and go ahead with their own plans.
People who are in love usually get to know each other before they get married or get into a serious relationship. You want to know who you will be spending the rest of your life with. Romeo and Juliet knew each other two days before they were married. They didn’t even try to get to know each other. When they first met they had to ask around for each other’s name. They didn’t know anything about each other. On the balcony Juliet barely knows his name but she starts talking about her love for him. Some people believe in love at first sight,...
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