Shakespeare - extraordinary, their love suddenly goes to...

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Wang 1 Susan Wang Wyrauch English 1 Honors 20 April 2006 “Young men’s love then lies / Not truly in their hearts, but in their eyes” (II.iii.71-72) In Act 2 Scene 3, Shakespeare utilizes characterization by illustrating how one’s feelings toward someone can change drastically because he/she thinks that they are feeling love, but they are really only seeing it with their eyes. This scene shows that one may be in love with someone, but for the wrong reasons. One may admit that they are in love with a certain person, but does not realize their true feelings toward that person until someone better comes along. People can not see pass one’s physical characteristics. They think that they are in love because they are blinded by love. Their eyes can not see reality. When one’s eyes catch something more
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Unformatted text preview: extraordinary, their love suddenly goes to someone else. Everyday in our world, someone gets hurt. There are countless breakups because one does not realize true love. This is usually due to ones immaturity. The words I love you are said numerous times, but no one really means it unless it is true love. Even in our school, people say it to one another a thousand times, but they break up sooner or later. It is always because they are bored or they have moved on. When it comes to true love, the love that lies deep within ones heart, break ups are never rash and usually takes a lifetime to forget. Sometimes the pain never goes away. Therefore, young and immature people only see love in their eyes, not in their hearts. Wang 2...
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