Tybalt returns and Romeo challenges him, they fight and Tybalt is slain. So: Impulsive, moody, poetic, passionate, eloquent, brave, resourceful, prone to melodrama and quick to make decisions. Benvolio is a peacemaker, trusted friend, counselor, problem-solver and voice of reason. Conclusion this shows again how impulsive Romeo is. Citizens of the Watch These unspeaking characters often arrive at the scene of a street brawl, representing the forces of law and order that combat the disorder wrought by the family feud. After the deaths of Mercutio and Tybalt, Benvolio acts as a Chorus, explaining how events took place.
This zeal, combined with his rejection of Benvolio's advice to find another love to replace Rosaline, highlights Romeo's immaturity as a lover. It was his loyalty that killed him in the end. Some of Romeos character traits are; he develops very little as a character, he is not in love with Rosaline but in love with the idea of being in love with Rosealine, he is a figure of fun to his friends, he is moody, withdrawn and inclined to go to extremes as he exaggerates his shallow feelings for Rosaline. His risk is repaid when he hears Juliet express her love for him as well. The love she shares with Romeo is far deeper, more authentic and unique than the clichéd puppy love Romeo felt for Rosaline. Romeo is the type of person who loves everything except his enemies. Benvolio is compassionate towards others.
They are both very passionate, impulsive, immature and melow dramatic I know not why whoever put the answer above was so vague, but I can add on for those who really wish to understand the similarities of these two star crossed lovers. He is a bit of a troublemaker, by harassing the nurse and unnecessarily taunting Tybalt. Benvolio is also a good friend and cousin to Romeo, who has been losing sleep over his infatuation with a young woman named Rosaline. Juliet is an innocent who has never even been in love until she meets Romeo. In Act 3 scene 1, he gets angry at Tybalt for killing Mercutio, and before he realizes that he will get banished and may never see Juliet again, he kills Tybalt. The love she shares with Romeo is far deeper, more authentic and unique than the cliché puppy love Romeo felt for Rosaline.
Mercutio Romeo's friend, a kinsman of the Prince, and one of the play's most colorful characters. She does have her moments, but usually never really comforts Juliet and relies on the Nurse to do that. It is clear to Romeo's friends that he is in no shape - mentally or emotionally - to fight Tybalt, but Benvolio knows Mercutio can handle what Romeo cannot, at least in his present state of mind. She has long, dark hair. When he does not receive love in return, he grows melancholy and brooding. Benvolio is a thoughtful friend and really genuine. Help me into some house, Benvolio, Or I shall faint.
GradeSaver, 26 June 2013 Web. Mercutio, as his name shows, is mercurial, like quicksilver or the god Mercury or Hermes, with wings on his feet. This is illustrated when Juliet says she wants to not marry Paris and he almost disowns Juliet. The Fray Benvolio is also well aware that the Prince of Verona has promised the death penalty to anyone fighting in the streets again. Gregory Servant of the Capulet household.
Mercutio is not part of the Montague family, he is however… 843 Words 3 Pages English Controlled Assessment: Romeo and Juliet Today, the name 'Romeo' has come to mean the word 'love' because of his important role in the most famous love story. Their love is highly forbidden, but for them, nothing can keep them apart. His words seem mature which belies his actions, which is often irresponsible and immature. Pertruccio Tybalt's page Nurse Juliet's nurse is ostensibly the young girl's confidante, but also harbors a certain amount of resentment that makes her useless when it comes to saving the girl. Lesson Summary True friends are hard to find, particularly those friends who are willing to be completely honest with us and even protect us from ourselves at times. Romeo is a very temperamental person; his character develops considerably throughout the play in various ways. Although the play is set in Italy, it is really about English characters.
Mercutio is a wild, antic, and brooding youth. Romeo and Julit: Character traits Montague Capulet Romeo Benvolio Mercutio Friar Juliet Lord Capulet Lady Capulet Nurse Tybalt He is a good friend to Romeo and he trys to comfort Romeo and Juliet whenever he can. In haste, he also arranges his marriage to her, the very same night he meets her; the marriage is planned for the next day. She stands up to her mom and refuses to listen and take orders from her parents. He can be quite hotheaded, and hates people who are affected, pretentious, or obsessed with the latest fashions. Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. Romeo blames himself for Mercutio's wound and is grief-stricken, and when Benvolio report's his death he is livid with rage and vows to kill Tybalt.
She believes women are meant to marry at a young age. Character Analysis of Romeo Romeo and Juliet is a tale of two star-crossed lovers who in their love for each other were willing to sacrifice their lives. Juliet Juliet Capulet is a thirteen-year-old girl who falls in love with Romeo Montague. Just as Jesus is known as a peacemaker, so Benvolio takes on a peacemaker's role in this opening scene of the play. Romeo is really in love with the idea of love. Sampson Servant of the Capulet household. Juliet Shakespeare is said to have created a masterpiece in the development of the character of Juliet.
Here we see Benvolio, the problem-solver. Juliet is different from most girls in that time. Mercutio Mercutio, whose name suggests his mercurial character, is a relative of the Prince and a man of rank. Character Analysis 'Loyal,' 'devoted,' 'funny' and 'witty' are just a few of the words that describe Romeo's best friend, Mercutio, in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Paris A noble young kinsman to the Prince.
Paris Count Paris is Juliet's suitor - Lord Capulet supports the union but Juliet despises him. He is a big talker. Romeo's immaturity is again manifest later when he learns of his banishment. She is youngand will quickly do as she is told, but she is also quite mature. More so, Mercutio is even outright hostile towards women in general. Upon first sight, he immediately falls in love with Juliet, but it is a much deeper and more genuine love than he has ever known. Often prudent, he commands respect and propriety, but he is liable to fly into a rage when either is lacking.