Rosaline

In the movie, we see how Shakespeare uses to create the basses for the first play presented. He says “I was going to make you immortal”, showing that he truly felt that his writings would in the future be treasures. This belief was what drove him to keep writing, and be able to make the plays such as Romeo and Juliet. His love bounces from Rosaline after he finds her having sex with another man, to a younger women named viola. These two women then become the bases for Rosaline in Romeo and Juliet, and Viola from Twelfth Night. This Immortalization of these two characters, tells one of his ability to have left Rosaline, whom he thought he loved, and Find a new woman whose love for he immortalized by speaking of feelings for this character in Twelfth NightScreen Shot 2014-01-13 at 9.28.28 AM

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One Response to Rosaline

  1. 14sc says:

    He made a good point on how Shakespeare set two strong female characters

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