Diverse Exhibitions Of Love In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet
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Diverse Exhibitions of Adoration
“’Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all”- Alfred Lord Tennyson. In the novel of “ Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet both showed traits of perseverance and courage to preserve their fragile, yet powerful bond of love. Three different types of love composed the overall emotion of the tragic piece of literature. First, the fateful love of Romeo and Juliet became invincible against the obstacles. Second, the parental love given by Nurse, Capulet and Friar Lawrence built loyalty and trust. Third, the friendship love from Mercutio and Benvolio helped deal with difficult situations.
The fate of love was inevitable for the star-cross lovers and became uncontrollable as a result. When…show more content… When Benvolio suggests that Romeo should see other women to forget about Rosaline at the party, Romeo proclaims, “I’ll go along, no such sight to be shown / But to rejoice in splendor of mine own” (1.3.107-108). Before acknowledging of the event, Romeo is still figuring out how to handle the rejection of his first love. Romeo claims that the only reason he’s going to the feast is to meet with
Rosaline, however it’s this fate of attending that makes the encounter with Juliet possible. Upon arriving at the Capulet’s feast, Romeo and Juliet fall in love at first sight, however, their hope is instantly shattered by a threatening secret. When Juliet demands for the name of the person whom she had given her heart to, Nurse unveils, “His name is Romeo and a Montague / The only son of your great enemy” (1.5.150-151). In the feast, Juliet was suppose to fall in love with Paris while Romeo wanted to meet Rosaline whom he already loved, however the crossed paths with each other. When the groundbreaking secret is revealed, Juliet’s fate brought her to love the only one she is forbidden to be with. Romeo’s fate led him