English, 22.06.2019 05:20
()activityconstruct an argument about a topic, theme, or idea that you read about in william shakespeare's romeo and juliet, act ii or act iii. make sure you create a central claim for your argument that is debatable. provide textual evidence from the play to support your argument.my analysis juliet shows maturity by putting their needs before hers. after juliet has arranged her 'death' with friar lawrence, she is an emotionally awoken woman who will do anything to be with the one she loves. "and i will do it without fear or doubt, to live an unstained wife to my sweet love". juliet faces her fears and trusts in god and friar lawrence. she is forced to use trickery in order to stay true to dear romeo. this showed remarkable courage. before she takes the potion she uses a soliloquy that confronts all her fears. she speaks in blank verse showing the seriousness of the situation. when juliet awakes to see a lifeless romeo lying beside her, juliet's maturity and loyalty takes over and she takes the decision to choose eternity over the present. the quotation "then i'll be brief. o happy dagger! this is my sheath; there rust, and let me die." shows the quickness and determination of juliet's death. during the period of a few days juliet matures into a committed and reliable woman and wife, capable of taking decisions without the of others. shakespeare shows this by clearly stating the different stages that happen and by making everything occur in a short period of time.part cwrite a 300-word essay arguing the thesis of your analysis.