Presentation on theme: "The Difference Between Romeo's Love for Rosaline and Juliet By: Dheeraj and Christian."— Presentation transcript:
The Difference Between Romeo's Love for Rosaline and Juliet By: Dheeraj and Christian
Love for Rosaline Quote 1 "Out of her favour where I am in love" Emphasises his love Showing their relationship is weak Only interested in her beauty He knows that she does not have the same feelings for him
Quote 2 "A fire sparkled in a lovers eyes" Fire symbolising passion Talking about Rosaline's eyes Sparkled' instead of 'Burned sounds nicer glimmering/ shining Romeo has a lot of passion, fire burning from his heart, can be out of control.
Quote 3 "A sea nourished with loving tears" Comparing tears with sea Massive amounts of tears Being very emotional word nourished cared for/ looked after oxymoron comparing something big and something small
Quote 4 "Love is a smoke with loving sighs" Saying lovers are blind to everything around them love is very unclear and not definite smoke imagery for unclear
Love or Lust for Rosaline More lust than love Interested only in her physical features In love with the feeling of being in love The quotes show that its not a real relationship because Rosaline does not love him back.
Love For Juliet Quote 1 "O she doth teaches the torches to burn bright" Describing Juliet's beauty brighter than torches She stands out from the rest Alliteration
Quote 2 "Two of the most fairest stars in all the heaven" Comparing Romeo and Juliet to stars Religion is mentioned Personification 'Heaven' foreshadowing death They are young/innocent/naive
Quote 3 "Did my heart love till now?...for i ne'er saw true beauty till this night" Questioning his emotions Juliet changed his mind Forgot about Rosaline Fickle personality Rosaline is nothing to him
Quote 4 "It is the east and Juliet is the sun" Comparing Juliet to the sun Intensity of her beauty Source of brightness/light Metaphor
Love or Lust for Juliet Starts lust? Leads up to true love More emotional relationship Selfless love The first time they speak they have a religious undertone leading to fate This holy shrine, O then dear saint, and holy Palmer's too Comparing Juliet to a winged messenger of heaven(Angel)
Comparing/Contrasting the Two Beginning Romeo feels lust for Rosaline That when she dies, beauty dies he store When meeting Juliet, Romeo feels love. A rich jewl in an Ethiop's ear Moving too fast with love when with Juliet Too, rash, too, unadvised, too sudden, too like the lightning
Analysis In the beginning Romeo is interested in Rosaline's physical features and complains that hours are long but, when with Rosaline time rushes past and becomes 'too rash, too unadvised, too sudden, too like the lightning'
3rd Person View "If you love two people at the same time, choose the second one because, if you really love the first one you wouldn't have fallen for the second one." -Johnny Depp