Light imagery in romeo and juliet Romeo and Juliet, Shakespear
<Tab/>Light imagery is a very important aspect of Romeo and Juliet. There are many references to light and dark in the children's relationship. The light imagery is a recurring theme in the story. It is very important in setting the mood in their relationship. The depiction of light and dark is often jumbled in the story. Sometimes light is good and dark is bad, and more often it is the other way around.
<Tab/>In the balcony scene, when Romeo was swearing his love to Juliet, she says "O swear not by the moon, th'inconsistent moon, that monthly changes in h…
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