Other times a characters flaw can ruin what they have planned or ruin them as a person. In the beginning of the play he is madly in love with Rosaline while he is in love with Juliet the next day! Would the antagonist in the play Antigone, be Antigone herself, or is it the character of Creon? He has shown all of the characteristics listed through the essay and my notes. If Romeo considered the consequences of murdering his enemy, he could have prevented his banishment from Verona. The Montague family is one of the main role models in Verona's society. Being so in love makes him a good person because it shows how caring he is.
A logical decision would have been for Juliet to get to know Romeo better before she even thought about marrying him. Juliet's eagerness to enter a relationship could have caused her to overlook the very important family feud that would eventually destroy their relation. Had Romeo not been so quick to try and solve the problems his own way, the play would have changed drastically. In Act 3, Scene 1 Tybalt came looking for a fight with Romeo. In the play, Macbeth possesses many strengths such as honor, respect, and he was viewed as being courageous. As publicized in Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, reckless decisions may possibly lead to an unforeseen and dreadful conclusion.
This shows that not even a threat of death could sadden Romeo on his day of happiness because of his marriage to his true love. When Romeo and some of his friends get a chance to go the Capulet masquerade party, Romeo wants to go in the event he might see Rosaline. She specified that his fatal flaw was how ruled he was by emotions, we just needed to support it with facts from the text. But Romeo and Juliet persistently continue their ill-advised romance. Romeo is a Montague, and in the city of Verona the Montagues are a well known and respected family.
Benvolio tries harder to keep the peace. Banishment and failure go hand-in-hand. Here, Juliet's beauty strikes Romeo and his previous love for Rosaline instantaneously diminishes. If keeping apart fact that both devotees were children, key themes of killing, marriage, death and eternal affection are explored during the entire tragedy. The hasty decision Romeo makes to return to Verona and kill himself proves his thought was week and poor. The supreme prince Escalus made this Judgement with severity because of the other Two brawls before this most recent event. Romeo is probably the most impetuous of all.
Friar Lawrence is also a man who is not afraid to take risks when he feels it is necessary to help someone. If the Friar wouldn't have married Romeo and Juliet then none of the drama would have began. To get a clear idea of each aspect, such as fate, chance, notorious feuds, adolescent passion and other character's influences, I will explore and investigate the language, social issues and historical values of each argument. Consequently, Romeo could no longer see Juliet. Like Helga and Kik, I also question Romeo's age and its correspondence with his fickleness and expressions of love. He was lovesick and felt rejected. Tragedy as one of the seven archetypes, are found in any type of stories; from the most recent published novel to the almost forgotten ancient myths of the earth.
Romeo is also oblivious of who he is attracted to. Prince also was impressed by this story. Romeo is also quite brash in his decision to slay Tybalt. Romeo Montague plays role of young boy who seeks for Rosaline and finds Juliet adoration. She said that Romeo was exactly 15 and Juliet was 13. Both Romeo and Juliet believe that they are in love, but there are plenty of arguments for the two lovers to be in lust.
A character that suffers from hubris tries to cross normal human limits, usually violating moral codes. In the play, Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet are portrayed as star-crossed lovers. Romeo and Juliet were never actually in love; they were in lust. Throughout the play Romeo tends to act quickly and impulsively so that his actions are not thought out thoroughly. Too early seen unknown, and known too late! This is because Antigone is an outstanding example of someone who did what she thought was right, while she was among fools, many hardships, and people who were discouragingly uncourageous.
Othello is easily persuaded and this leads him to put his trust in the wrong people. Juliet is a Capulet a well- known family but not as high status as the Montagues. When he killed Tybalt, he was once again acting on his impulses. Tragedy endings often include separation, loss, sadness, and death McDonald 157. Unfortunately, Romeo's rashness defeats him and drinks the poison and immediately dies, minutes before Juliet's awakening. Naturally, Macbeth has this attribute and he demonstrates it throughout the play.
Although Hamlet is characterized as daring, brave, loyal, and intelligent, he is overwhelmed by his own conscience. Impetuous people do not think about how their actions may get them in trouble or danger or even harm someone else. After this incident, all of the fighting had halted and the colossal party of the Capulets were making the last preparations to the event. After the party, Romeo encounters Juliet and makes the impulsive decision of promising to marry her. This refers to his decision of banishing. For example, Friar Laurence, who tries to come up with a plan to make the couple live off happily together, is a very well-meaning person.