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The Petrachan lover has many characteristics The Petrachan lover is attracted to beauty and list physical characteristics He idealizes his mate He is normally infatuated with his lover The Petrachan lover uses many metaphors and similes He is smooth fancy and very flowery Finally he is blazon All of the previous describe the main character in William Shakespeares Romeo and Juliet Romeo is an ideal Petrachan lover And at times being a Petrachan lover causes him more pain than joy Rosalie was one of Romeos targets for love At first Romeo was deeply in love He would talk about her for hours on end He had idolized her and turned her into some sort of a godly figure 11 181 Why then o brawling love o loving hate Romeo is completely infatuated with this woman Moreover the fact that he cannot get her makes his blood boil And he is infuriated He keeps on writing love sonnets loaded with similes and metaphors to her And he has never met her This is not love This is infatuation He is in love with the idea of being in love This infatuation is transferable from one woman to the other Initially Juliet was just like Rosalynn Romeo saw her once at the party and immediately fell in love All of the sudden the idealism and the metaphors change titles from Rosalynn to Juliet In addition Romeo turns Juliet into a god like figure 22 114 o swear by the moon the inconstant moon this is an example of the metaphor of which he compares his love towards Juliet to the moon Again this is not true love Romeo has just met her and again he is infatuated He is in love with the idea of being in love This is not true love He just met her He simply is so desperate to have someone to love him that he falls in love with
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