The love shared by the youngest of each house hold and the hate shared throughout the two households.
This just makes Tybalt more aggressive and he says "He shall be endured". When Romeo discovers that Juliet is a Capulet he realises what problems this relationship will cause "O dear account! This leaves us wanting to know more about what happens. Romeo and Juliet English GCSE Year 10 Essay Samantha Donaldson ..more.
Capulet uses 2 rhetorical questions "Am I the master here, or you? Shakespeare has made Act 1 Scene 5 dramatically effective because he has shown us the blossoming love between Romeo and Juliet the fact that they are warring families and the depth of hatred this causes in Tybalt.
From this, it is clear to the audience that something is going to happen between Romeo and Tybalt later in the play.
Therefore, the play will be tragic and it will end up with the death of the two lovers. Middle This is because Shakespeare does not want to disrupt Romeo's and Juliet's meeting through a violation.
In this scene the audience expect Juliet to meet Paris and for her to make her judgement on him to weather or not she will marry Paris, "Read o'er the volume of young Paris' face, And find delight writ there with beauty's pen; Examine every married lineament.
They will also expect Romeo to meet Rosaline again and for there love to continue.The concept of power also comes in this scene when Capulet stops Tybalt from attacking Romeo.Tybalt gets angry by this and decides to take revenge on Romeo later.Most of the main themes of the play are included in Act 1 Scene 5 and therefore it is one of the most relevant scenes in the play.The dramatic effectiveness of Act 1 Scene 5 has created an atmosphere of romance and danger by building up the tension in the audience through ending the scene with a dilemma.Two of the key themes of the play are romance and danger, which is included in this scene and that, is what makes this scene one of the important ones in the play.Moreover, it introduces some of the main characters and personalities. Introduction Explore the ways that Shakespeare makes Act 1 Scene 5 of Romeo and Juliet dramatically effective William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet is a love story about two teenagers who fall in love with each other, "two star struck lovers".There are many themes in this play but in Act 1 Scene 5 the two key themes are Love and Hate.Shakespeare opens up Act 1 Scene 5 by introducing the audience to the servant.He uses the servants to inform us about the party and open up the party. Middle He sends his pager to collect his rapier for him so that he is able to kill Romeo "Now by my stock and honour of my kin, To strike him dead I hold not a sin." Capulet doesn't know initially why Tybalt has gone off on one and when he is told that Romeo is a Montague by Tybalt he try to calm Tybalt down.