Arise, fair sun, and kill the envious moon, Who is already sick and pale with grief That thou, her maid, art far more fair than she. They are young people that fall deeply in love, but the problem is that they are from different families that like to fight each other. The consequences are that the Capulets have just lost Tybalt and the Montagues have lost Romeo but only through banishment. The scene is centred around the murders of Mercutio and Tybalt. They are used today as well, but in the past centuries, the combination of those elements was the technique which was the most appealing to the audience, the one, actually, used by Shakespeare. In this situation it proves that love is much stronger than hate, however where there is normally love there is also hate involved. After his initial meeting with Juliet at the Capulet ball, Romeo spends hours yearning for her and eagerly waiting to reunite with her.
He uses devices such as language and the characters involved to create a fun'. This is because the reader knows something that the characters do not. In this essay I will explicate and demo how Shakespeare makes the audience feel progressively sympathetic towards Juliet in Act 3. Our sympathy for Juliet increases when she is spurned by both mother and nurse; the adults seem flawed. It is the East, and Juliet is the sun. He has now realised that by murdering Tybalt he has ruined any chance he ever had of being happy with Juliet, their relationship is doomed as he is now facing the death penalty. It varies throughout the play, but there are general trends as the story develops.
Words: 547 There are many instances in which William Shakespeare shapes our modern works of art and literature, doing so by remaining the most spoken playwright of his century. Just before this scene Romeo leaves for Verona ; this makes us experience even more sympathetic towards her as she has lost her hubby and has no thought of the twenty-four hours of his return. Soon after this Romeo arrives at the fray, and is approached by Tybalt, whom he refuses to fight when challenged. However, the above revelation by Friar John highlights that plague outbreak made him unable to deliver the letter to Romeo. He is known to write approximately thirty-five plays. Benvolio is also the one who describes what has happened to the prince at the end of the scene. The dramatic irony in Act 3 scene 1 is that the audience are now aware that Romeo and Juliet are married.
In Act 3 Scene 5. Hate when Mercutio and Tybalt both die when a feud between the two families erupts into a coldblooded brawl. A feeling of foreboding hangs in the air. In all, the truth the audience holds is the cause for their tension. This shocks the audience as in the space of one scene there have been number of shocking events.
It shows us his adoration for her. In the play, Romeo and Juliet are members of two feuding families who hate each other because of an ancient grudge. The way that the scene develops and creates suspense is by keeping you increasingly desperate to find out what happens next as the story unfolds. While this scene could function as a comedic relief of the play's dramatic tension, the audience knows both that Juliet fabricates the comedy and that the play will end in tragedy. Shakespeare's thoughtful choice of dramatic devices such as movement, tone, stage directions, dramatic irony and characterization among others effectively create an atmosphere that naturally generates excitement and interest. Mercutio draws his sword in order to defend Romeos reputation.
In Act V of Romeo and Juliet, there are two instances of dramatic irony that follow. In Act V of Romeo and Juliet, there are two instances of dramatic irony that follow. Benvolio is also confused and tries to hide away in the argument. This is the point where the tragedy starts. Which explains why he killed Tybalt, his newly bonded in law, Romeo was blinded by the fury and murdered him in revenge for his best friend, without even considering the impact it would have on his relationship with his newly wed Juliet. The negative emotions brought forth by the death of Mercutio it is in contrast against the positive joyful emotions earlier in the scene between Romeo and Juliet when they get married.
Besides his many privileges, he had used some literary elements that have great discussion in the present day, such as his usage of irony, foreshadowing, unconscious hypocrisy and other literary elements. In this line, the chorus asserts that the play about is going to revolve around two lovers who commit suicide. Romeo finds Juliet in her pretend death believes it is real and kills himself right beside her. The play focuses on romantic love, especially on the concentrated passion that comes up at first sight between Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet is rich with foreshadowing. She bids farewell to her loved ones exclaiming that she does not know when they will meet again.
Mercutio also uses sexual innuendo whilst talking to Tybalt, an enemy Capulet. Mercutio is at boiling point at this stage in the scene and insults Tybalt by calling him a cat with nine lives causing Tybalt to retaliate. This causes tension as Tybalt and Mercutio become even more frustrated with Romeo. This scene focuses much on Romeo. Example 3: This holy shrine, the gentle fine is this: My lips, two blushing pilgrims, ready stand To smooth that rough touch with a tender kiss. However the story takes a turn for the worst when Romeo; Montague and Juliet; Capulet become entwined in a dangerous love rollercoaster. The cycle of vengeance needs to be broken and it is ironic that it is done through the love and death of Romeo and Juliet.
This terrible news leads Romeo to commit suicide. In Romeo and Juliet, use of the metaphor is visual and creates powerful ideas for us to consider. When the Capulets enter, the atmosphere tightens even more. Shakespeare uses language to describe the tragic actions and misunderstandings while foreshadowing their eventual death. The traditional and historical facets of this matrimony and household trueness besides play a big function in the physique up towards the flood tide.
Just before this scene Romeo leaves for Verona; this makes us feel even more sympathetic towards her as she has lost her husband and has no idea of the day of his return. In Act 3 scene I, we see dramatic irony right from the start when the scene opens on Benvolio talking to Mercutio. Nobody knows what it is about exactly, not even by the end of the play, but it is obvious that it is about something very important to both the families as it seems to have gone one for years and years. In most Elizabethan tragedies and especially in Shakespearean plays, a soliloquy offers key insights into the mind of a certain character. It is a sign of what could come later on in the play. Mercutio reacts infuriated and weapons are then drawn and it seems that a fourth public brawl will be inescapable. Juliet then immediately dismisses this thought and asserts that she must carry out her dismal plan of drinking the potion herself.