Surely she will outshine them all. Romeo sees a "beauty too rich for use, for earth too dear. Although this play is considered one of the greatest love stories of all time, viewed from another angle, it may be that it is a story about hate; a story that is the final episode of a long-running saga.
The nurse tells Juliet, "you know not how to choose a man," capitulating to the demands of male authority rather than to the demands of the feminine heart. Hero of Much Ado About Nothing is a female character that lacks any sort of power. Nurse The nurse is a comic and vulgar figure in the play whose lewd remarks and long-winded speeches provide a break in the tension of the tragedy.
In the end, it is not the cause of the feud that matters, but how it ends, tragically. He is instantly enamored and entranced, and his melancholy and despair are quickly transformed.
Although suicide is always a negative choice, for Juliet it is a final demonstration of the strength and commitment of her love for Romeo.
This form of verse works well for all scenes and persons whose appeal is mainly to the emotions of the spectator or reader. He recognizes the utter stupidity of the feud between the Capulets and the Montagues and understands that overpowering, passionate love—the kind of love that ignores reason and common sense—can lead to tragedy.
The audience is being invited to identify male sexual energy and pride with the violence that pervades the play. Also of great importance were city-states e.
Much Ado about Nothing is a play written by William Shakespeare who is widely considered the greatest dramatist of all time. Romeo Montague Romeo's relationship with Juliet, the daughter of a rival family, is the center of the drama.Indeed, the title means a big fuss about a trifle, and by the end, this is exactly what happens. They believed they were doomed to live apart and could not bear the pain of separation. So it is that, from the very beginning of their existence as human beings within the wombs of their mothers, Romeo and Juliet are doomed by Fate as children of hatred. They seem to be inextricably mixed, despite the efforts of the critics to separate them. It is too late, but Juliet utters her last speech, beginning "What's here? At the same time, their experience of love gives each of them the strength and desire to pursue their love against the odds and makes them willing to die for love. In Twelfth Night Olivia uses a mask to hide away from men and the real world. Prose The use of prose in a play that is mainly in verse has the effect of lowering the emotional level and quickening the pace of the play. Juliet's messenger, the nurse, arrives and speaks privately to Romeo. It shows Cesario Viola being accused of deception, lies and acts of violence by a number of others including Orsino, Olivia, Sir Andrew Aguecheek and Antonio. As Juliet says, "What's in a name?