Romeo and Juliet
Romeo is also a protective character who has the quality or function of protecting. Romeo shows the readers that he is protective at the beginning by attempting to stop Mercutio and Tybalt from fighting because he did not want anyone to get seriously hurt. So he decides to stand in between the two while they fought each other with their swords. Romeo was able to protect them for a few moments until Tybalt pushes his sword past Romeo and into Mercutio. However, Romeo still wants revenge against Tybalt for killing his friend he was only trying to protect.
Romeo shows he is protective by attempting to stop the fight between Tybalt and Mercutio. Romeo wants to stop the fight because he does not want anyone to get hurt.
Romeo shows he is emotional by giving his feelings and emotions towards Juliet.
Romeo shows he is brave by secretly visiting Juliet, even though his punishment for being found would be death because of the hatred between the two families.