Romeo – I Think I Love You

I’m Kissing You – Romeo + Juliet

This film is so emotional and I really recommend watching it if you haven’t already. It’s a modernised version of the classic Romeo + Juliet storyline, creat…

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Apart from expressing their mutual love how did Romeo and Juliet react slightly different? apart from expressing their mutual love, Romeo and Juliet react slightly different in Act 2 scene 2. What are the varying reactions of these two characters?

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What is gained dramatically through the presentaion of more than one view of love in Romeo and Juliet? I need a thesis statement for this by Monday Dec. 15/08. The three types of love are: Platonic (Capulet/Montague) towards the end Familial (Lady Capulet/Juliet) True Love (Romeo/Juliet)
First of all, Shakespeare put the three types of love into the book for a reason. However, everyone knows that the True Love aspect is the strongest in the book. It way prevails over Platonic and Familial. However, I think that it is fairly obvious that the Platonic love is stronger than the Familial, even though it is somewhat weaker than the True Love. This is a great statement made by Shakespeare. It shows that Shakespeare thinks that True Love is stronger and more important that both platonic and familial, though platonic is second-best. I’d try to form a thesis off of that. For Example:In the book Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, there are three types of love. Platonic, Familial, and True Love. Each and every one is portrayed differently. Platonic would be the Capulet/Montague relationship at the very end, while an example of Familial love would be the intimate relationship between Lady Capulet and Juliet. However, the one that Shakespeare holds highest is True Love, meaning the love between Romeo and Juliet. True love prevails over platonic and familial love by focusing on it more in the play, making it more dramatic, and not crumbling at the end.

Who is the most responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet? And whomever it is that you choose, could you explain why?I love Romeo and Juliet and would like to know your opinions on who was the most responsible for their deaths.
romeo. This would be because if Romeo acted in a more mature manner (Romeo not killing Tybalt) then they would have been fine. Romeo was an idiot for killing Tybolt, and then using a drug to kill himself. If he didn’t kill Tybolt then he wouldn’t be exiled, Juliet wouldn’t have faked her death, And that is what caused Romeos death (but not before he was stupid again by killing Paris) and then caused Juliet’s death when she saw Romeo was dead. You can blame almost anyone, even the Friar for marrying them and giving her the idea about faking her death

How did Shakespeare present and portray the theme of love in Romeo and Juliet? I wanted to ask how did Shakespeare present and portray the theme of love in Romeo and Juliet because I have been thinking about that for several hours by now and I still can’t figure it out. Can anybody help?As requested, my conclusion is that Shakespeare present and portray love through the use of sonnets, comparing and contrasting, and through the use of rhyme, but I am uncertain that these fits in. So, please help!
Pretty much Shakespeare portrayed the theme of love BY writing “R&J” – that’s the whole premise of the film, “Shakespreare in Love”!There are MANY different kinds of love shown throughout the play – nearly every relationship shows a different kind! Juliiet and her mother have one kind, while Juiliet and her nurse have another. Romeo loves his friends and Friar Lawrence loves Romeo the way a shepherd loves his flock or a teacher loves his students. Remember that not all love is “romantic” love: Maternal, fraternal, paternal, sororal – and none of them are sexual in nature.

The reason is probably that love was expressed through poetry and songs at the time, much like it is done now. Of course, no one might serenade another person from a balcony these days, but culturally, it’s very similar.

the play is competely about the conflict between love and hate. and how Romeo’s love seems to destroy everything. but fixes a long hatred.

Your whole “through the use of sonnets, comparing and contrasting and through the use of rhyme” answer is obviously borrowed from a general consensuses.Dude, hire a copy of Baz Luhman’s Romeo and Juliet, pay attention and watch it.You will find plenty of examples, you don’t have to fully understand the language to recognize them either.Use their actions as examples:. Going against their parent’s for each other. Marrying each other. Trusting and going along with Friar Lawerence for each other. Dying for each other All the best 🙂

How did Shakespeare present and portray the theme of love in Romeo and Juliet? I wanted to ask how did Shakespeare present and portray the theme of love in Romeo and Juliet because I have been thinking about that for several hours by now and I still can’t figure it out. Can anybody help?As requested, my conclusion is that Shakespeare present and portray love through the use of sonnets, comparing and contrasting, and through the use of rhyme, but I am uncertain that these fits in. So, please help!
Have you read the play and all the love scenes within it?Tell you what, instead of my answering the question for you, why don’t you tell us what conclusions you’ve come to after “several hours” of thinking and we’ll help you refine those conclusions by telling you which are right and wrong and steering you toward better answers. How about we HELP you with YOUR homework instead of just our doing it for you?
^^^Ha ha ha ha.I agree.So, tell us..heh.I think I love you, Wesley, a ha hahaha..
What literary devices express love in Romeo and Juliet? I need 2 literary devices that express love in Romeo and Juliet for my theme paper. Help appreciated!
Mostly metaphors, comparing Juliet’s eyes to the stars, and personification, saying that the moon is jealous of Juliet’s beauty. I personally think that it is only infatuation we see in Romeo and Juliet, but whatever.

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