Please join StudyMode to read the full document. This is one of the most famous and important scenes in this play as this is the first time Romeo and Juliet , the two main characters meet. Prior to this scene the audience are made aware that Romeo has no interest in going to the Capulet's party but he only agrees to show to mercutio that there is no one as beautiful as Rosaline, the girl whom Romeo was in love with before he met Juliet. The main characters in the play are developed in this scene.
At Macbeth 's home, the castle of Inverness, Lady Macbeth reads a letter from her husband concerning his meeting with the Witches. She is immediately aware of the significance of their prophetic words and, on being informed that King Duncan will be paying a royal visit to Inverness, makes up her mind to carry out the murder of the king in order to hasten the prophecy. In doing so, she suggests that her husband is weak — he contains too much of "the milk of human kindness. Significantly, in his letter, Macbeth says nothing of their prophecy to Banquo ; perhaps he is already afraid of its implications.
They both know what the dangers of loving each other are, yet Romeo still sneaks into the Capulet garden just to see Juliet. When they agree to get married in secret it shows how bad the two families relationship is, as in any other relationship they would tell their parents before gettin As the feuding relationship only makes the love between Romeo and Juliet more desirable but the hate more violent. First off, Romeo attending the Capulet ball is the first part of the play where we experience hate between the two families. As Juliet and Romeo first see each other, it becomes love at first sight and eventually impacts both families both good and bad.