Love is shown when Mercutio treats Romeo almost as if he is his own brother to protect his honour. Juliet is 13 and is in the thick of all the action. After seeing Juliet standing by her window, Romeo is overwhelmed by his love for her and regards Juliet as being more beautiful than the ascending sun. In case this is the first time you have tuned in and are unfamiliar with the concept, let me explain it to you. There are many other themes these consist of; romance, rivalry, secrecy, love, hatred, fate, conflict. In the play it is portrayed as a small independent country. Shakespeare's use of language used in the scene are structured in reflect to the varieties of dialect from each character.
A hot temper would be disastrous when they meet the Capulets. However, Mercutio who is the impudent, witty and arrogant boy wants to. Shakespeare's use of simile, in contrasting people and objects can alert the audience to the characters emotions. The characters come alive and plausible because of this consistency in action, interaction and language. I will also explore the language and imagery, which is a focal point of this scene's analysis, as Shakespeare's consciously crafted language ensures ironic windows are left open for his audience to peer through in order to see the plot before. This builds tension and sets the whole mood of the scene as the audience don't know what will happen next, and if there will indeed be a fight or not. Act 3 Scene 5 is of great importance since it reveals the anxious feelings and emotions of many characters.
Act 1 Scene 5 When Romeo first sees Juliet he is entranced by her beauty. He changes character as before he tried to reason with Tybalt but now he wants nothing more than to kill him, so he can show him what he did to Mercutio. It starts off with a public brawl between the Capulet's and the Montague's. After this scene there is no hope and fate takes control. The Friar gives Juliet a poison that will help her to feign death by slowing her heart rate. Romeo and Juliet is an Elizabethan play set in Verona. His excellent choice of dramatic devices such as movement, tone, dramatic irony and characterisation creates an atmosphere that generally generates excitement and interest, especially in Act 3 scene 1.
Also Romeo risks his on life coming back to Verona when the Prince exiles him. Referring to the deaths of the two passionate lovers, the chorus emphasizes that the legacy of rivalry between the Capulets and Montagues will only end after the tragic deaths of their children, Romeo and Juliet. During the final lines of Act 1, Scene 5, we find out that Juliet feels similar foreboding on learning Romeo's name. This is the story of the incessant love of two young people, which crosses the borders of family and convention. In addition, he uses sexual language when describing his love. In Romeo and Juliet tragedy, Shakespeare used this element to intensify the play. In doing this I shall explore the dramatic qualities and discuss them.
She further states that if Romeo were to be cut up in little stars after his death, he would brighten the sky with his unprecedented. Puns The character Mercutio uses puns frequently. They are introduced for contrast. This is different to Shakespeare's later tragedies, where the protagonist has a main. In this situation it proves that love is much stronger than hate, however where there is normally love there is also hate involved.
Shakespeare does not use irony in an understated way, it is very direct, and can be found on almost every page of the book. Our sympathy for Juliet increases when she is spurned by both mother and nurse; the adults seem flawed. However, this allows the audience to reflect on all the drama that has taken place helps a person who is struggling to keep up with the story. Juliet's family, not knowing about the marriage, prepare for Juliet to marry The County Paris. Juliet wakes up and realises what has happened and she also truly kills herself. Juliet takes the poison but Romeo, in the nearby village. Act 3 scene 1 comes as a shock for both families as there are two fights, two deaths and a banishment.
He did not know what drove Juliet in order to do this act. Romeo kills Tybalt his cousin in-law. He ends his life by cursing both families. Shakespeare allows himself to use dramatic effects when he changes the mood of the scene from humorous banter between Mercutio and Benvolio, to a more serious one when Tybalt enters, his hot temper and fiery personality quickly ends the fun mood. Romeo and Juliet are so madly in love that there love leads to death.
The time in which he lived in was the Elizabethan era. Out of his love, he decided to follow and commit suicide too. The plot is based on a true story, and takes place over three days. The audience will feel shocked having witnessed a traumatic scene. The scene starts humorously, with Mercutio making puns and using words with double meanings, to great effect on the audience.
Overall I think that act 3 scene 1 of Romeo and Juliet is a tense, exciting scene with the potential to be acted in an overdramatic, very powerful way. The obsequies that I for thee will keep Nightly shall be to strew thy grave and weep. This shocks the audience as in the space of one scene there have been number of shocking events. The consequences are that the Capulets have just lost Tybalt and the Montagues have lost Romeo but only through banishment. The pun is a play on words that creates the humor, while foreshadowing is a device that provides clues or hints about the outcome. This quote also builds up the audience's expectations for the up-coming events. This scene is one of the most important in the play,.