How are Romeo, Juliet, and the Capulets, impatient in Romeo and Juliet?
It seems everyone in Romeo and Juliet are impatient, which could be a leading factor to the tragedy of these two young lovers. Romeo is impatient from his first sighting of Juliet. He determines right then and there that he is in love with her. Impatience is a running theme throughout the play.
When Romeo first sets his eyes on Juliet, he is totally in love with her, and has to make a way to see her. His impatience of his "love" for her, is shown throughout the whole scene of the Capulet ball. He is impatient to have her, that he is willing to risk being found out who he really is, for the sake of being...
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