Tybalt also admits he has no problem killing which is the reason in episode 10 he tells she is not ready and not prepared to kill. A brother of the Franciscan order and Romeo's confessor, who advises both Romeo and Juliet. Shakespeare also uses dramatic pauses and action between characters to increase tension. Shakespeare wants us as the audience to feel tension and suspense. Seeing 's cousin trying to stop the fight, Tybalt draws his sword to fight Benvolio, saying: What, drawn and talk of peace? His only interest is love. Benvolio is a nephew to Montague and Tybalt is a nephew to Lord and Lady Capulet.
The purpose of this coursework is to explore how Shakespeare makes Act 3 Scene 1 exciting for the audience. He walks about the street seeking his enemy. She forged ahead, faced fears, defied social customs, and went against the words of her parents. Friar Laurence A older man and a friend to Romeo. She is presented as a young and innocent adolescent, not yet 14 years old.
In the opening scene, he begs Benvolio to find out what is wrong with Romeo. Mercutio is is the first person really affected by the wrath of Tybalt. The death of Tybalt snowballs the crisis for Romeo and Juliet. He is initially presented as a comic lover, with his inflated declarations of love for Rosaline. Tybalt the Fighter Mercutio, Romeo's best friend, is a similar sort of hotheaded character. His trustful nature allows the Prince to believe him without question. Her father's pressure is a catalyst in the final sequence of events that ends in Juliet's suicide.
Since he was married toJuliet and Tybalt was now his cousin, he refused to fight him. This rigid structure could symbolise that they plan their speech and behaviour rather than respond impulsively. His every action and word foreshadows the future, from which the audience can predict the horrific tragedy. When Romeo refuses to fight Tybalt, Mercutio steps up and Tybalt kills him. He was a favourite of both royals. He is the reason for the banishment of Romeo and the suffering of the lovers.
Lord Capulet Juliet's father and a temperamental bully who initially pretends to consider his daughter's welfare while arranging her marriage, but later demands her quick union with Count Paris. In Romeo and Juliet, Romeo's cousin Benvolio whose name even means good will or benevolence and Tybalt are foils. It was the time when fathers decided whom their daughters should marry. Shakespeare uses traditional old Elizabethan English and metaphoric language to build up tension. In this play, the love between them is a tragedy as both of the main characters end up dead in each other's arms. His character is totally different to Tybalt, a member of the Capulet family, who is hotheaded and arrogant.
This surprised me since I had read it so many times. Mercutio is bawdy, talkative, and tries to tease Romeo out of his melancholy frame of mind. Throughout the play, Romeo embraces an idealistic view of love, which explains why he falls for Juliet so quickly and passionately. I would not for the wealth of all this town Here in my house do him disparagement. Benvolio is the peacemaker who attempts to keep peace between Tybalt and Mercutio.
Tybalt wants to restore his offended honour publicly. The action in this scene interchanges between the various main characters, which provides a much higher impact on the audience and brings exitement, it does this because these interchages make it less tedious as you have to keep up with the play with its dramatic movements leading from one to the next. If it was not for fate this book would not be the classic that it is. Within this play Shakespeare used deep, complex language to describe their insightful character also their actions towards each other. Many times throughout the play, Romeo acts impulsively and irrationally, without thinking of the consequences of his actions. He marries Romeo and Juliet.
In the book fate is always causing trouble. In his exploration of their friendship, Shakespeare depicts them as intimate and friendly. This symbolises the connection and affection between them. He often gets in fights with Montagues over his philosophy which ultimately leads to his death. A powerful example of drama and tension is shown in Act 3 scene 1.
Romeo tried to avoid this fight and his friend Mercutio, thinking that he was a coward offered to fight Tybalt instead. He loves his son dearly and grieves over his strange behavior and his secretiveness. His challenge to Romeo is taken up by Mercutio, whom Tybalt kills. The scene is comprised of a fight between Tybalt and Mercutio after Tybalt taunts Romeo. They realized it was no joke when Mercutio fell down dead.
The scene opens with Mercutio in an argumentative belligerent mood because Romeo had abandoned them at a Capulet's party in a previous scene which he had become agitated by and tries to aggravate Benvolio into a fight. The grudge against the Montague's has been reinforced by everyone he has been around the leading to a quite violent short tempered human being. Other than getting beat down by perhaps the wimpiest male in all of Verona, he was a good fighter. Mercutio reveals his humorous and silly character through his uses of diction. Romeo has been known to roam and wander with his thoughts, this gave him a much more peaceful personality but also gave him a very romantic idealistic mind.