The play Romeo and Juliet, a tragedy of family, love, and death is filled with passion and confusion. There are many evil characters that help cause the tragedy at the end of this play. The parents of Romeo and Juliet are villains; they cause a secretive relationship to form between Romeo and Juliet, they fail to support their children as parents usually do, and eventually, the hatred of these parents lead to the deaths of their children.
In this play, because of the conflict between Romeo and Juliet's parents, a secretive relationship is necessary. When Romeo and Juliet meet at a Capulet party, they fall in love instantly. They realise that they must keep their relationship a secret because their parents are mortal enemies and would not approve of their teenage love for each other. These parents' attitude is not acceptable because they make such firm rules based on a long lasting feud.
Parenting is difficult, but it seems that Romeo and Juliet's parents do not mind letting their children's problems be handled by the friar and the nurse. Romeo's father and mother are rarely in this play, so what does that tell you about the role they play in Romeo's life? The friar is the only person that Romeo can turn to when his problems are too hard for him to solve on his own. The friar is like the father that Romeo never had. The parents of Juliet play a large role in the lives of the couple, but this is certainly not a good thing for either Romeo or Juliet. When Juliet is told to marry Paris, Juliet is frustrated and confused with this complicated situation, and has no where to turn for any advice. Her parents would not understand her marriage to Romeo. She begs them to release her from this marriage, but they do not want to listen to her request. They believe that she is a foolish teenager, and does not know that this is for her own good. Neglecting your childrens' needs is unacceptable behaviour and belongs to villains.
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