Mercutio and Tybalt are about to fight when Romeo enters. It is not until Tybalt kills Mercutio and flees the scene does the audience see a change in Romeo. When they find out their whole world is flipped upside down. Romeo can represent one of 4 things. Mercutio cannot stand Romeo submitting to Tybalt's cruelty and draws his sword to fight. Importantly, the water in the fountain is not shown until after Tybalt is shot.
Shakespeare probably gloated over this discussion 400 years ago. Reality is clearer and simpler when water is present. As the play opens, Romeo is infatuated with a girl named Rosaline. I agree with Juliet because her situation was very difficult. It is only through death that they can preserve their love, and their love is so profound that they are willing to end their lives in its defense. In the brief, rather subtle moment, the audience is queued to notice how water pulls Romeo from a deeply affected mindset to a clearer one based in reality.
Then Juliet sees a gun that romeo has brought with him and shoots herself and they both lie in her casket. Romeo tries to avoid the conflict because he is now married to Juliet. Eye of the Storm huh? His interchanging moods are unpredictable and sometimes can be amusing. This play makes us think outside the box because of the challenging words being given to us. Upon hearing this the Prince comes to the place, by then Romeo had run away to Friar Laurence's cell as Benvolio watched … the whole thing the Prince asks him what happened, Benvolio tells the whole story but obviously as he is a Montague he makes Romeo seem innocent even though he wasnt.
In this scene and the one to follow the meaning of water as a motif of truth and clarity becomes more apparent. The basic storyline goes that Romeo and Juliet's families are enemies, but Romeo and Juliet fall in love, get married secretly, then Romeo gets exiled because he killed Juliet's cousin, then Juliet wants … to be with him so she fakes her death, but Romeo doesn't get told it's fake and rushes back to where they live, and they both die. Plus he has been played on stage innumerable times in the 415 years or so since the play premiered. The importance of honor, for example, time and again results in brawls that disturb the public peace. For reasons understood retrospectively, Romeo is drawn to the ocean in his time of bewilderment and heartache. Poison symbolizes how society tends to take something that is beneficial and use it in a way that is harmful or deadly.
How to find Symbols and their Meanings? Anyway I read an essay on how Romeo and Juliet used religious symbols in this film. The next time the audience sees water it begins to become clear water is in some way connected to clarity, rejuvenation, and truth. Some impulsive things that Romeo made were when he saw Juliet for the fist time and he feels like loving her. It was basically unheard of for a Capulet Juliet's family and a Montauge Romeo's family. He then sits next … toJuliet and takes poison out of his pocket, he drinks it all andlies next to Juliet then slowly dies. Tybalt kills Mercutio Romeos best friend. The Nurse tells her that.
Although this is Juliet first love, she takes is seriously, and preciously which are some reasons that leads to the happen of the tragedy. Is there a relationship between the character, the conflict and the Major Topics? I also just saw a trailer for a new movie coming out called Trespass, it looks really promising. I am also dying to see The Eye of the Storm, which is also screening at the festival. Thanks to the water, the influenced, artificial Romeo is now gone and the honest Romeo reemerges. There are many instances of symbolism in Romeo and Juliet.
You can do little things that either make them very happy or bring them down. As the plot continues, Tybalt and Mercutio begin their fatal fight at the beach and Romeo enters their argument already in progress. Fatally wounded, Tybalt falls back into a giant fountain. Juliet has doing many impulsive things. In the play, love emerges as an amoral thing, leading as much to destruction as to happiness. Now, at the end of the play, there is nothing left of him but memories.
That is what Romeo is like throughout the book. It was to get married with the man that her father chooses for her. I think that he acted very stupid because no one is going to get married without know that person as well they have to, to get married. Listen to what his friends Mercutio and Benvolio have to say about her! During these scenes the audience sees Romeo do a complete 360; he goes from mental clarity to complete chaos and confusion to clarity once more. Love, in other words, resists any single metaphor because it is too powerful to be so easily contained or understood.