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Figurative language entices the creativity of the mind InShakespeares Romeo and Juliet figurative language is a key point thatmakes the play have a much deeper meaning The use of imageryhyperbole and simile in Juliets soliloquy contributes to the meaningof the playThere is a strong use of imagery in Juliets soliloquy This enhancesthe intensity of her internal conflict I have a faint cold fearthrills through my veins IViii15 This demonstrates how thechoice of words that Shakespeare has put together can make one feel thesame pain that Juliet is feeling In this moment it shows how Julietis thinking and is grateful for her life but later one she doesntthink and that is when she ends her life Shakespeare uses imagery towrite but to make his imagery even more interesting he would usehyperboleRomeo and Juliet is a dramatic play which is why there is a necessaryuse of hyperbole Juliet illustrates her feelings with bottomlessamount of detail That almost freezes up the heat of lifeIViii16 Juliet thinks that without Romeo her life will be overbut really by having him in her life both of their lifes end The actof Juliet faking her death turned into real death for the two of them Both of the young lovers are dramatic and also compare unlike objectswhile using like or as to describe their complicationsShakespeare being the master of figurative language loved usingsimiles He would link two objects using like or as to explain detailsof events And shrieks like mandrakes torn out of the earthIViii47 Juliet has an extreme amount of fears when it comes todrinking the potion but her fear of marrying Paris is much grater Sheis afraid of hearing screams of the dead but if she has to marry Parisshe will be the one screaming and wanting to be dead The use ofsimiles can portray various occasionsWithout figurative language Romeo and Juliet would not exist Imageryhyperbole
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