Or it could be something else. The Nurse in both version were portrayed differently. At age 13, this was quite a momentous task, one that led to my pouring over often-racy historical fiction and quite a few embarrassing attempts to wink without looking like a sufferer of a persistent eye-twitch. She constantly looks in the mirror during the scene. But here is where the differences begin.
Or one could use the nightmare ending so common with wild … plots by such authors as Dickens Scrooge , Lewis Carrol, and L. Her facial expressions make it seem like she gets annoyed with her mother. Watching both the Zeffirelli and Luhrman versions of Romeo are two completely different experiences. Perhaps if they talked normally it would make more sense. Thus, my notions on the word came to be more positive, associated with my fascination with magic.
Luhrman portrays Juliet as a much more independent person. In the Romeo scene, Luhrman was much more true to the script and therefore gave Romeo a more carefree, romantic, and interesting personality. In Act i scene iii, these two characters, along with the Nurse, were having a conversation about Juliet getting married. Another thing I noticed in the movies was the use of music and camera angles. It is this way in the Zeffirelli version, where Lady Capulet, Juliet and the nurse are locked in a room with nobody else. Nurse I'll lay fourteen of my teeth 17. Zefirelli, who chose to do it the traditional time period of Shakespeare, conveyed a much more formal and proper attitude and mood throughout most of the scenes.
This line reveals that such men realize only when it is too late that they are partially responsible for their coming deaths: by grieving the sun on its way, they hurried their own ends. The texts were both pretty different from each movie to the book. In Act 1 Scene 3 of Romeo and Juliet, Juliet and her mother, Lady Capulet discuss the courtship of Paris along with the nurse. Within Good Women, Chaucer tells the stories of ten women in nine tales. Though it is similar to the original literature in that Juliet is more quiet and obedient to her mother. H … e says that the day is Monday.
In Zeffirelli, Romeo was very dramatic. Romeo has a change of heart and gives up crime. The business about the knockout drops- okay- but both parties pull out of the dive in time to realize their error. A happy can is a can that you find in the grocery market that clearly has a smile on! He also learns that there is very little that separates the body from the soul. Instead of being an elegant woman, she seems more like an alcoholic with an overly extravagant wardrobe. Extensive imagery, violently vivid language, and examples of how wise, good, wild, and grave men have fought death reveal the fervor with which the speaker begs his father not to go gently into darkness. The nurse does her duties, but also can say a lot against the will of Lady Capulet, who does tell her to keep her peace.
I was probably a little young for some of the racier bits but loved the intrigue and historical aspects, and it got me hooked on all sorts of historical fiction. She wore pink leathers not black and was slated to be the long term girlfriend of the Fonz. Both of these are valid interpretations of the source material for it is up to our imagination at this point, with the characters having the possibility of being wildly different than we ever could imagine. From this I can conclude that Luhrman believes Romeo is not very overdramatic and he is completely normal in the way he expresses himself. She was dressed in exquisite clothes as so was her mother. Usually I like to read the whole book first, then watch the movie and compare the way I saw things to the way someone else saw things.
The story about Martha Jane, a golden lab who spends her days in her owner's bookstore, was one i chose at least once a week when reading before bed with my Dad when I was little. The Luhrman version of scene iii is not as similar to the original literature. And since that time it is eleven years; For then she could stand high-lone; nay, by th' rood, She could have run and waddled all about; For even the day before, she broke her brow, And then my husbandGod be with his soul! Personally, I like the way that Zefirelli interpreted Lady Capulet. Beowulf simply glowed in the candlelight as he received praise and thanks from every man in the hall. Even though Zerfirelli has done a good job, he left out most of Act 1, scene ii.
. We are undone, lady, we are undone! All three versions sticked to the dialogue pretty well. Through the long dialogue, Romeo is not supposed to be seen as very hurt or angry; just moderately. Besides the characters, the scenes got messed up too. The Future Dictionary of America from McSweeney's - not quite a novel, but this collection of a variety of young writers', artists' and musicians' ideas on what will constitute the American vocabulary is a fascinating way to think about the way our culture is headed.