Romeo and Juliet’s Last love scene I think is the essence of the play it tells the audience how important their love is to each other and how they would do anything to be together, W.H Auden also expresses love like this in his poem "stop all the clocks" in the way he makes everything grind to a halt after his tragic loss.
Romeo’s behavior when he spies Juliet is smitten at first sight, describing her as "Beauty too rich for use, for earth too dear!" (I, v, 49). This language is in direct contrast to how he speaks of Rosaline. Rather than objectifying Juliet as he does with Rosaline, he holds Juliet in reverent awe, "Did my heart love till now? For swear it, sight!/ For I ne'er saw true beauty till this night (I, v54-5). Romeo actively pursues Juliet from the beginning. Despite knowing Juliet is a Capulet, Romeo ignores the feud and commits himself to Juliet just as Juliet never considers not loving romeo because he is a montague. She loves him, and even the fact he is her enemy does not tamper her feelings. “My only love sprung from my only hate! Too early seen unknown, and known too late! Prodigious birth of love it is to me, that I must love a loathed enemy”(a1,s5) Realizing that their interest in each other is both reciprocal and sincere, Romeo presses Juliet for vows of love. After marrying, Romeo's relationship with Juliet becomes even complex and involves others such as the nurse, luckily for them she is understanding as Juliet and the Nurse share a very close bond, one that surpasses one of a girl and her servant. The Nurse has become over the years Juliet's close companion, confidant, friend, mother; and later on in the play her co-conspirator. Juliet is comfortable and at ease speaking to the Nurse. This allows Juliet to take her into her confidence when she decides to defy the family conflict and marry Romeo. The Nurse is an accomplice alongside Friar Laurence in bringing the lovers together and immersed in Juliet's affairs and strives to...
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