Friar knew about the problems between the Montague's and Capulet's yet he still marries Romeo and Juliet. Friar knew it would end in a feud between the families because he said “For his alliance may so happy prove to turn your households rancor”.
Friar Lawrence know they are from two different feuding families. He should have known this would cause problems. If a person agrees to marry to members of feuding families then he should think of the problems it will cause. Juliet thinks the only way to fix things between her and Romeo is to make people think she is dead, so she can run away with Romeo.
· The friar only married Romeo and Juliet because he wanted to end the family fued. ''ancient grudge''- 'Three civil brawls bred of an airy word, by thee, old Capulet, and Montague.' In one respect I'll thy assistant be; For this alliance may so happy prove, To turn your households' rancour to pure love. · Romeo killed Tybalt because he killed Mercutio but this only happened because Tybalt hated Romeos family due to the old fued. So if there wasn't a feud then Tybalt wouldn't have killed Mercutio, Romeo Tybalt and as a result Romeo wouldn't have been exiled.
The first words that we here from Tybalt was that he hates hell as all Montagues. Tybalt wanted to kill Romeo just for coming to the party. As Tybalt watch the Montagues drive away from the Capulets party he said “I will withdraw but this intrusion shall, now seeming sweet, convert to bitterest gall.” If Romeo had of told Tybalt of his love for Juliet, Tybalt would have killed Romeo at the first site of him but he did not so it was not Romeos love that killed Tybalt. Tybalt did not really care if he killed any of the Montagues but because Tybalt killed Mercutio Romeo killed Tybalt
Imagine being kept from one’s true love, deceiving one’s family, and finding one’s husband deceased. Your honor, Juliet Capulet would not have had to go through these terrible conditions and would also be alive today if Friar Lawrence would have not involved himself with Romeo Montague’s and Juliet Capulet’s difficulties. We come to this courtroom today to determine who is responsible for Juliet Capulet’s death. The court will clearly prove Friar Lawrence is to blame in this horrible tragedy. First, Friar Lawrence made the mistake of marrying Romeo and Juliet.
Lord Capulet and Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet The Shakespeare’s play “The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet” resulted in great tragedy of two lovers. Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet both committed suicide in the end, so they were responsible for their own deaths but actually there were much more characters leading up to the death of two lovers. But who was most at fault? In my opinion, Lord Capulet (Juliet’s father) was most at fault. First of all, he didn’t kick out Romeo from the party.
It was the ultimate act of friendship and sacrifice, on George's part, to kill Lennie. He knew that Lennie would be lynched and hung for murdering Curley's wife. He also knew that Lennie didn't know any better, he had no idea the power of his own strength, he did not fully know the ramifications of what he had done, but he did know that it was bad and that he might get into trouble. George basically spared Lennie from a death filled with pain and suffering and Lennie almost had this moment of clarity when he knows what George has to do and he's ok with it. 3.
They felt pressured by everyone, though, and there was a little misinterpretation, but they agreed they would rather die than be apart. Had nothing else to live for *solemnly* Balthasar: I’m afraid I convinced poor Romeo that Lady Juliet had kicked the bucket. Now it makes sense why he wanted those pills…. Ops Friar: See!?!?! Capulets: Now all our fighting seems silly.
Had the nurse not betrayed Juliet, Juliet would have been able to make those important decisions with advice from her nurse rather than by herself. Despite the fact that his intentions were kind. Friar lawrence is also very liable for the deaths of both Romeo and Juliet. Friar Lawrence ordained Romeo and Juliet’s wedding with the intention of bringing the family
Romeo and Juliet caused their own doom by killing themselves. Romeo and Juliet may have been lovers meant to be, but they didn’t last due impulsive actions of their own. If Romeo hadn’t killed Tybalt, or if they just taken some time to see if they were really in love and they were ready to get married and furthermore if they hadn’t killed themselves this play wouldn’t have been such a tragedy. All these actions were easily preventable, and avoidable. If only Romeo and Juliet had taken the advice of Friar Laurence, and thought more wisely and took smaller step they surely wouldn’t have stumbled.