That is one of her most important lines, and most people do not even know what it means! Tybalt is furious that the Montagues crashed the Capulet party he spotted them. Romeo is first mentioned as an aimless wanderer, preoccupied with thoughts of Rosaline. The play's themes include love as a cause of violence, the strength and sheer force of love, the society versus the individual person and fate as an unavoidable part of life. Nevertheless, because she does not love him, he represents a real and frightening potentiality for Juliet. Juliet will drink a weird potion that will make her appear as if she's dead. But no more deep will I endart mine eye Than your consent gives strength to make it fly For Juliet, the meeting with Romeo is an awakening to what love is, and with this she discovers a new resolution: she flatly contradicts her promise of obedience by marrying Romeo secretly. The second part completes the arrangement for the marriage.
Romeo is from the Montague family, Juliet is from the Capulet family,and these 2 familys are fueding in the play. Romeo, the son of Montague, is one of the two main characters. The first meeting is short but intense — private yet in a public place — and tragedy immediately threatens. He was an English poet and playwright widely regarded as the greatest writer of the English language. She pleads for time, but her angered father bursts forth in abuses, her mother turns a deaf ear, and even the Nurse fails her in her time of greatest need. This is the final point of major action in the story, which often defines a climax. The beauty of the scenes in which the lovers meet is in itself proof enough that Shakespeare wants the audience to respond wholly and totally to this love.
Romeo then carries Paris into the grave and sets his body down. She herself first speaks like this the moment after she has met Romeo: Go ask his name — If he be married My grave is like to be my wedding bed. This play was translated into 80 different languages over the past four centuries and is 416 years old and remains the best known love story of all time. If Friar Lawrence didn't tell Juliet about making a plan of her faking her own death so that she will nd ot marry Count Paris. When we first meet him, Romeo is a rather tiresome young man, endlessly complaining in the elaborate language of love then fashionable about his sorrows because Rosaline rejects him.
Mercutio is eloquently vague, but Romeo happens to arrive in the middle of the verbal bantering. Others will say that the climax is when the Nurse finds Juliet supposedly dead. This warning is a preparation for the tragic climax. She remarks that she has not married him yet. These two families are major enemies, which in the end accounts for the death of the two lovers, with a few other casualties along the way.
How long do you think this peace is going to last? The characters of Romeo and Juliet were the same in both the movie and the book. She drank a position which was a sleeping … position and the family even had a funeral for her. Romeo manages to approach Juliet and tell her that he loves her. Juliet consents to the plan wholeheartedly. But if you are using the word climax in the technical sense created by Freytag, the climax is the turning point of the action from good to bad, which he found occurs in Act 3 of Shakespeare's plays.
The play is set in Verona, Italy, where a feud has broken out between the families of the Montegues and the Capulets. But Juliet refuses to leave Romeo's side. Sounds pretty climactic to us. To begin with, Romeo shows that he is impulsive. He falls desperately in love with Juliet. In Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare demonstrates that young people struggle in life depending on their maturity level.
As punishment, Romeo is banished from Verona. If you mean by the climax the denouement or moment of truth, then it should be the last scene where Romeo and Juliet both die and the friar fails to prevent it. The first meeting between Romeo and Juliet is a special moment in the play for numerous reasons: their love amid the hate of the feud between their families, the time of their meeting and the place in which they meet all contribute to the dramatic climax. Yep, this is going to be a problem. Also it is the Messenger's fault too because the messenger should of immediately told Romeo about the plan Friar Lawrence and Juliet agreed to make.
Peter meets Romeo on the street, and being unable to read, asks Romeo to help read the list for him. His daughter, Rosiland is banished shortly thereafter. Death as Sexual Fulfillment If you want to get all metaphorical, there's also a way of seeing the end as the ultimate sexual fulfillment. The rest of the town starts to arrive, including Capulet and Montegue. In the exposition of the play, we learn that the play is taking place in the city of Verona and we learn about some of the characters. The Nurse carries out her duty, and tells Juliet to meet Romeo at the chapel where Friar Lawrence lives and works. Only boys were able to go to schools, they started at the age of four at 'petty school', here they learnt mainly how to read and write.