The importance of the veranda scene in Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare.In Act II, scene II,”The Veranda Scene “, Juliet is on the balcony in her space, daydreaming and speaking about Romeo. As she is discussing him, Romeo overhears her. They begin talking of their love for each other. Juliet states the risk that they are both in for liking a member of their household’s competing family. Romeo states that he does not care, though, and that his “… life were better ended by their hate, Than death prorogued, desiring of thy love.”To begin, Act II, scene II, is essential in the play due to the fact that it sets up their proposal for marital relationship. Both Romeo and Juliet find out that the person that they
love is in love with them, too. This verification provides the concept of marriage. Their love is so strong that their wedding event is prepared for the very next day. The plot starts to end up being complicated when they understand the danger in them being in love and specifically in them getting married. To continue, in the start of this scene Juliet is feeling lonely, thinking of Romeo. When Romeo gets here below the terrace she is on, she becomes thrilled that she has the ability to talk him, the one that she had been fantasizing about. Given that Romeo already overheard her talking about him, she confesses to him how highly she
feels for him. At the end of this scene, she proposed marital relationship to him, and informs Romeo that she will send out for him at 9 the next morning so they can go and get married. Finally, without this scene, Romeo and Juliet would not have prepared to be married the next day. Romeo may have still gone and battled Tybalt, so Mercutio and Tybalt both could have passed away still. After Romeo eliminated Tybalt, I do not think that Juliet would have still wed Romeo. In the play, she accepts Romeo murdering Tybalt since of
course she would pick her partner over her cousin. If Romeo had not been her hubby and they had not even talked yet, I don’t think Juliet would have still been interested in being familiar with Romeo. Juliet would have most likely ended up needing to wed Paris, so unless she devoted suicide from being wed to him, I think Romeo and Juliet both would have lived a lot longer.