Masculinity (Follow the traditional views (Tybalt (Urge to fight Romeo for…
Follow the traditional views
Urge to fight Romeo for the sole reason of defending his family's honor
"Now by the stock and honour kin, To strike him dead i hold it not a sin"
Thinks his daughter is his property
"And you be mine, I'll give you to my friend;"
George and Sampson
Spite the servants of the other house just because they are from the other house
Submissive in front of Lord Capulet.
Obliged to fight for romeo and his honour even though he doesnt need to
Decides to fight for his life against Romeo despite having no need to
Relents to Lord Capulet after trying to stand up to him and consequently loses Juliet's trust
Kills Tybalt to exact vengeance for Mercutio's death, considered manly
"And fire-ey'd fury be my conduct now"
Still hold masculinity up high, says Juliet's beauty effeminnate
Don't follow the traditional views
Obedient at times, but disobedient at others, contrary to how she is supposed to be submissive.
When she is informed of her marriage, she protests even in the face of her father's extreme anger
His petrarchan love for Rosaline and his state at that time was considered unmanly,
Cries constantly, crying was considered womanly and men should not cry
Stands up to Lord Capulet
"You are to blame, my lord, to rate her so"
Wants to keep the peace between both families, considered unmanly as he should be defending his family honour
2nd para: Who don't follow the traditional views
3rd Para: Who fluctuate between both. add opinion related to question
1st Para: Who follow traditional views