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Night Rejoice or Rebel Night can be seen in two contrasting ways The first can be summarized as a time for celebration and love The second and most commonly associated with night is a time of darkness and horror Two shining examples of the different emotions and reactions brought on by darkness are the books Night by Elie Wiesel and Romeo and Juliet by well-known author William Shakespeare In Romeo and Juliet night has a positive image a welcomed time for love protection and exchanging of covenants while in Night the image is portrayed in a negative way a time for fear suffering and death Night in the great romances is a greeted time of romance and in Shakespeares Romeo and Juliet a time to hide from the harsh reality of the outside world Juliet greatly yearns for the coming of night And bring in cloudy night immediately Spread thy close curtain Shakespeare Act III Scene ii4-5 Juliet is very eager for night to come as she uses the word immediately which is very strong and demanding Her true love Romeo is also associated with night Come night come Romeo come thou day in night Shakespeare Act III Scene ii17 Shakespeare uses night also as a time for exchanging of vows Lady by yonder blessed moon I vow That tips with silver all these fruit tree tops --- Shakespeare Act II Scene ii106- 107 After Romeos vow Juliet later promises during the welcomed night to be loyal to him throughout his life Under the cloak of darkness she is unafraid to pledge And all my fortunes at thy foot Ill lay And follow thee my lord throughout the world Shakespeare Act II Scene ii146-147 Night has a third important role of protecting Romeo at first when he trespasses to the Capulet Mansion and later when Romeo then banished meets Juliet for
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