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This uses the Shakespearian language technique of oxymoron’s with fleer and scorn.Also in Act 1, Scene 5 prejudice is also explored through the dialogue between Lord Capulet and Tybalt.
At this stage this act has truly shown the idea of inevitability of fate.
Again scene that explores the idea of how violence, prejudice and hatred interfere with the ability for the main characters of Romeo and Juliet is Act 1, Scene 5 further in, The Ballroom Scene.
Romeo’s natural instincts are to follow his natural feelings but his societal ideals are that he must hate Juliet as she is a Capulet an vice versa for Tybalt.
His natural instincts are to strike at Romeo but this would be poor in front of the crowd at the party.
right now is extremely angry with both of their families because he has died for the problems and is cursing both Montague’s and Capulet’s by trying to say a death on your families.
This is using the Shakespearian technique of ‘foreshadowing’.
Tybalt shows hatred for his anger of the Montague’s.
As Tybalt and his uncle Capulet are still disagreeing about Romeo existence at the ballroom, Tybalt uses harsh hatred in his argument “it fits when such a villain is guest I’ll not endure him” this quote is describing Romeo as a villain and Tybalt will not tolerate him.
This is linked to the theme of the Love as a Cause of violence.
Tybalt’s natural instincts are to follow his hatred thoughts about what Romeo is doing to him.