He later, then sneaks onto Juliet’s balcony where he openly tells her that he is in love with her. Juliet warns him saying that if anyone were to find him there, he would be killed. But, Romeo being the stubborn boy he is, replies with “And but thou love me, let them find me here.” and decides to risk his life for a girl he barely knows. He then impulsively asks for her hand in marriage “Thy exchange of thy love’s faithful vow for mine.” (Act II, ii, 124) based on the romantic emotions he was feeling at the moment. This was careless and senseless of Romeo to do, as a couple of hours ago he was “in love” with Juliet’s cousin Rosaline.
I will not forgive Juliet until she marries him. She will not live in this house with me. If she is my daughter, she will marry him. If she is not my daughter, she will simply go die in the streets. I won’t recognize her as my daughter until she obeys me, I am keeping my promise to Paris, they are getting married.
Who is to blame? By John Magee Romeo and Juliet is one of the most controversial and enduring stories of forbidden love due to Romeo and Juliet’s passionate innocence and their tragedy. Their innocence comes from their age and infatuation, but the tragedy is surely the result of the self-serving, manipulative and at times terrible judgment of Friar Lawrence. Romeo and Juliet’s love faced many obstacles, including a feud between their families, Juliet’s promised marriage to Count Paris, and their own youthful innocence. But if any one person is to blame for their tragic death that person is their most trusted advisor Friar Lawrence.
One of them, as said before, is his failure to make outcomes; another one of his flaws is his impulsive nature. Romeo, after having just met Juliet, decides he wants to marry her. Friar Lawrence even warned Romeo about moving to fast . Throughout the play, Romeo made many unwise decisions and for all of them, he had to suffer afterwards. Evidence of his impulsive nature is highlighted in his journey to Juliet’s house to express his love for her when he barely knows her.
Many things can get in the way of true love. Love makes people do crazy things. In the play Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare, the main character's parents get in the way of the main character's love. It was the parents fault that lead to the death of Romeo and of Juliet. The battle and hate of the two households force Romeo into getting banished.
When Juliet objected to Lord Capulet’s decision of marrying her to Paris, the nurse advised Juliet to do as her father said (Act III, scene v, lines 213-226). Juliet was already married to Romeo and refused to go against her wedding vows. Without the support from her nurse, Juliet goes to the Friar. He gives her a potion that allows Juliet to fake her death and live happily ever after with Romeo. The Friar and Juliet devise a plan, and the Friar sends a letter that informs Romeo of the plan.
Explore the ways in which poor communication in act 3 scene 5 contributes to the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Two of the most wealthiest and superior families in Verona, Montague's and Capulet's, are engaged in a deadly feud. No one can remember how it started, but it involves everyone from servants to distant relatives. Romeo and Juliet merge at Juliet's party not knowing each others identity. They fall in love rapidly, however can't communicate well as their families don't know and are meant to be sworn enemies.
Juliet’s parents, the Capulets, wanted her to marry Paris. Juliet didn’t like Paris and wanted to marry Romeo. She refused to marry Paris (Shakespeare 66). When she seen Romeo at her families party she fell in love with him. Juliet should have went with her parent’s decision of Paris, she could possibly still be alive.
Shakespeare created 2 star-crossed who struggle to find balance with their love without upsetting those around them who disapprove. The play focuses on their love along with others around them that affect their everyday lives. This issue leads to future problems that surface in the play such as their own deaths. Those around Romeo and Juliet are to blame for their suicides.
Thought when things do not work out and Juliet finds Romeo dead, she abruptly makes the decision to kill herself. Juliet’s unguided decisions caused the biggest disaster of the play and shows the mistakes made by a youth who acted before