Shakespeare and love romeo and juliet are the son and daughter of two families who are at war with each other they meet at a party and fall in love even though their families are enemies, romeo and juliet swear their love for each other and marry in secret because they know their parents would not allow it. All of those deceptions drive the plot and have the consequences of the deaths of most of the play’s characters in romeo and juliet the two young people fall in love and court each other against the wishes of their families juliet secretly marries romeo juliet fakes her death to avoid marrying paris. Shakespeare in love received favorable reviews from critics and was a box office success, grossing $2893 million worldwide and was the ninth highest-grossing film of 1998 the film would go on to win seven academy awards , including best picture , best actress (gwyneth paltrow), best supporting actress ( judi dench ), and best original. Two youngsters belonging to rival families meet by chance and fall in love their romance sets in motion a chain of events which tragically changes the fate of the two families. It’s a play about the damage done to the body politic by civil strife, made very clear by the loss of the two main characters to their families, and the loss of their souls—since it would be clear to an elizabethan audience that both of the protagonists were going straight to hell as suicides.
Shakespeare's play shakespeare wrote a total of 37 plays during his life time romeo and juliet- this play begins with the feud of two families, the capulet's and the montague's romeo is a member of the montague family and juliet is a member of the capulet family the consequences of the love potion is that the queen falls in love with. Shakespeare's treatment of love and marriage from shakespeare's treatment of love & marriage and other essays by c h herford london, t fisher unwin, ltd the shakesperean world is impressed, as a whole, with an unmistakable joy in healthy living. Much ado about nothing by william shakespeare is a delightful comedy which plays out a number of shakespeare's best loved themes: confusion between lovers, the battle of the sexes, and the restoration of love and marriage. Set in the mythical city of verona beach, the montague's and capulet's are two feuding families whose children meet and fall in love romeo (leonardo dicaprio) and juliet (claire danes) must hide their love from the world but with tragic consequences.
Romeo and juliet had an iconic love, a tragic, star-crossed love affair that has been the bar by which subsequent centuries of lovers have measured their own relationships. Romeo and juliet over the past 500 years there have been numerous adaptations for stage, musicals and films based and interpreted from the original tragic love story of romeo and juliet written by shakespeare in 1500’s and juliet is undeniably shakespeare’s most successful and well known play the tragic story line filled with unfortunate events [. Romeo and juliet is an early tragedy by william shakespeare about two teenage star-crossed lovers it ends with their suicides, uniting rival households of a long-running family feud the play has been highly praised by literary critics for its language and dramatic effect.
“ the most famous play of william shakespeare among the high school students of st or way of life tragedy - tragic play: a serious play with a tragic theme, often involving a heroic struggle and the downfall of the main character comedies - funny play, movie, or book: a play, movie, or book depicting amusing events adaptations. Romeo quoted “some consequences, yet hanging in the stars”, which gives the audience insights to the audience that the play would have a tragic end it was fate that the lovers lived in two feuding families which had a strong sense of enmity. Consequences of forbidden love in shakespeare´s romeo and juliet 1070 words | 5 pages in the tragic play of romeo and juliet shakespeare shows us the true consequences of forbidden love and what it is like to love someone in a way where love cannot be expressed and the feelings are so indescribable. Gibbons asserts: “in romeo and juliet the play’s decisive events occur with instantaneous suddenness: servants brawl on sight, the lovers fall in love at first sight, the shock of the tragic catastrophe converts the parents suddenly and completely from hate to love” (70. As much as romeo and juliet is a tragic love story, it is also a play about hate the bloody feud between the capulets and the montagues is the backdrop for all of the action in the play and it is the catalyst for the tragic suicides of the two lovers.
The final image of the play is the heads of the two feuding families sombrely realizing the consequences of their actions over the bodies of their children their love i s what brings the cycle of violence to an end. The well-matched benedick and beatrice fall in love the love affair between the two is, strictly speaking, a subplot but it comes to dominate the play, with beatrice the standout character. The play “romeo and juliet” presents true love in the form of ‘star-crossed lovers’ and just as their love is depicted as eternal, the play itself has endured for years it tells of two young lovers from opposing families, the montagues and the capulets, who fall in love after an accidental meeting at a grand [. Fate in romeo and juliet essay it follows a tragic love story about two unlucky lovers from rival families whose death reconciles their feud in this essay i will be comparing and contrasting the presentation of the prologue in both franco zeffirelli’s traditional 1968 version and baz luhrmann’s modern 1996 version of the play.
Furthermore, this play portrays two children from warring families who meet and fall in love, but eventually kill themselves as their love is not accepted in either family in romeo and juliet foil characters are used to contrast different characteristics of both romeo and juliet. In the play, the two lovers fall in love despite the conflict that is going on between their families, knowing that there will be consequences unfortunately, they die from their own passionate love and their families hate. Exploring the play in detail and as a whole text, this resource builds almost another ﬁ ght between the warring families when tybalt spots romeo, but lord capulet stops him later, juliet learns from her nurse c the two young people will fall in love d their love will end in death for both of them. Romeo and juliet is as much a story of hate as it is of love (by dr jennifer minter, english works notes, 2014) sadly, romeo and juliet hail from the two feuding families, the montagues and the capulets respectively, which determines their intense, short love affair.
The two fall in love at first sight and secretly marry but are prevented from being together for fear of their families’ disapproval seeking a way to be together, juliet fakes her own death, with devastating consequences. Romeo and juliet is a tragedy written by william shakespeare early in his career about two young star-crossed lovers whose deaths ultimately reconcile their feuding families it was among shakespeare's most popular plays during his lifetime and along with hamlet, is one of his most frequently performed playstoday, the title characters are regarded as archetypal young lovers.