Compare the relationships in Romeo and Juliet and pride and prejudice BOTH CHARACTERS (Juliet and Elizabeth ) PRESENT THEIR LOVE AND EFFECTION TO THEIR LOVE ONES BY APPROACHING THEM IN A FORMAL MANNER.
“O Romeo, Romeo! wherefore art thou Romeo? Deny thy father and refuse thy name; Or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love, And I'll no longer be a Capulet”. Juliet This means Juliet is asking, in allusion to the feud between her Capulet family and Romeo’s Montague family is “Romeo, why are you a Montague?”. Furthermore their love is impossible because of their family names and she asks Romeo to change his surname, or Juliet will change hers. This quote presents Juliet’s love to Romeo because she is willing to change her surname to her families enemy, which is a Montague. This is showing how she will do anything for Romeo. Also this is symbolising marriage and in marriage you change your surname to your beloved one. Therefore this represents love. “ well then”
This quote means that Elizabeth has accepted Mr Darcy’s confession that he loves her, it also means that she has realised that she cannot hide her emotions and she has admitted that this love is mutual. She has also showed her affection by kissing Mr Darcy’s hand. This quote presents Elizabeth’s love to Mr Darcy because she has accepted that Mr Darcy loves her and she is willing to be committed to him as a wife. This affects the relationships to be stronger because they have shared the feelings.
Elizabeth and Juliet have both rejected their parents choice of husbands In Act 3 Scene 5 in Romeo and Juliet strong feelings are portrayed through out the scene. One example of this is at the beginning of the scene Juliet shows strong emotions of grief towards Romeo’s leaving. “Yet let me weep for such a feeling loss.” This shows that Juliet is missing Romeo even though he has only just left. The word ‘loss’ gives off the impression that Juliet feels she will...
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