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In what ways is Romeo Montague savage?

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please can you find some quotes and explanations to why romeo is savage. I have to compare him to jack merridew and their connection is that they're both savage

Jul 13th, 2014

In my perspective Romeo is fierce about what he is passionate about, also being so young Romeo tends to be savage in his ways to explain his feelings and some of his actions are actually quite savage, he does threaten quite a few characters in the play. This is just one scene where he does threaten a character (Balthazar) and shows how he feels you could say this is a savage way for explaingin ones feelings. 

 Act Five Scene Three 


Give me that mattock and Wrenching Iron.

Hold, Take this letter; early in the morning

See thou deliver it to my lord and father.

Give me the light: Upon thy life, I charge thee,

Whate'er thou hear'st or seest, stand all aloof, 

and do not interrupt me in my course.

Why I descend into this bed of death,

is partly to behold my ladies face;

But cheifly to take thence from her dead finger

A precious ring, A ring that I must use

in dear employment: therefore hence, be gone:

But if thou,Jealous, dost return to pry

In what I further shall intend to do,

By heaven, I shall tear thee joint by joint

an strew this hungry courtyard with thy hungry limbs:

The time and my intents are savage-wild,

More fierce and Inexorable far

Than empty tigers or the Roaring sea 

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