Ultimately, these characteristics cost him his life. Firstly, Romeo has demonstrated that he’s very impulsive throughout the entire play. From the moment he spoke to the moment he killed himself. For example, right after the party Romeo, most likely without thinking, went to go see Juliet. If he never went to go see her then they wouldn’t have gotten married, and they would both be alive.
As an act of revenge for the calculated and careless murder of his father Hamlet fakes insanity or madness and plots to kill him. Hamlet is enraged by this and therefore sets into an action that produces questions throughout centuries that have yet to be fully answered as to whether or not he was really insane. Shakespeare seemed to have written Hamlet after the death of his son. Within the tragedies of Hamlet and King Lear one has to wonder if feelings of grief threatened to overwhelm the writer. In his effort to deal with his grief an outpour of tragic plays came forth.
Hamlet pursues his failures by holding off his intentions to kill Claudius, unsuccessfully claiming his love for Ophelia, and the accidental murder of Polonius. All the aforementioned events ultimately lead to the tragic events in the play. King Hamlet’s questionable death results in Claudius’s reign over the Kingdom. Through the appearances of the former ruler's Ghost, the accountability of King Hamlet’s death, Claudius becomes the main suspect of the King’s death. Hamlet decides to kill Claudius to seek revenge over his father’s death.
The knife was destined to be how she killed herself. In the final act of the play, Romeo had been banished to Mantua from killing Tybalt. He runs into his old servant Balthasar, who told him that Juliet was dead. Romeo, not knowing that she had actually taken a sleeping potion, can’t believe she died, and states “Is it e’en so?-then I defy you, stars!” (V. i. 24).
And Paris dead because Romeo decides to kill him for revenge. No, this does not lead to a satisfactory ending because after all of this trouble that the two "lovers" have gone through, in the end, they all basically die. The readers are thirsty for a happy ending yet they are presented with a horrifying tragedy one could call situational irony. 5. I would pardon Balthasar, and the Page because they were basically just doing their jobs.
This play is a tragedy so there will be deaths but these deaths are caused by the faults of others. Many different messages are hidden throughout the play but I think the overall messages is to not seek revenge or it will all come after you. Hamlet wanted to seek revenge for his father’s death and that caused Polonius’ death which Hamlet was mistaking him for Claudius who was his main target. Polonius’ death caused Ophelia to go mad and crazy and that led to her own death. Laertes and Claudius had a plan of revenge to go after Hamlet for causing Laertes’ father death.
Who do you consider is most responsible for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet? Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet all ends in a terrible tragedy, however there has to be someone to blame for this, but who? I strongly believe that Friar Lawrence is responsible for the tragedy. The main reasons why I think he is to blame is because he married Romeo and Juliet without anyone’s permission; he also helped them to have a secret night together; gave Juliet a dangerous potion; faked her funeral breaking the hearts of her family and he continued abusing the use of confession throughout the play. The most disgraceful thing is that he is a man of god and he committed all of these horrendous sins!
Hamlet’s idealistic perception to have the death of Claudius perfectly plotted leads to his demise, as it allows for Claudius to plot a death for Hamlet. Hamlet’s inability to take action towards his vengeance is the result of a fatalistic view in which he believes that he is "right” in not killing Claudius. Hamlet’s idealistic view on love ultimately destroys his relationship with Ophelia and leads to her insanity and death as well as his vulnerability due to the realization of his love for her, leading to his death as well. Love from Hamlet's idealistic
Throughout the play we follow the lives of Romeo and Juliet whose forbidden love causes the deaths of six different people including themselves. Romeo and Juliet never meant to harm anybody but like in any good tragic love story fate tends to get in the way. When Mercutio lies dying he asks Romeo why he stepped in between whim and Tybalt causing him to be stabbed and all Romeo had to say was “I thought all for the best.” The first to die in “Romeo and Juliet” is Mercutio; he is killed in a sword fight against Tybalt defending Romeos honor because Romeo refused to fight Tybalt who came looking for a duel with Romeo because Romeo did not want to hurt anyone from Juliet’s family. Romeo states to Tybalt before Mercutio takes up his sword to duel Tybalt in Romeos Stead is “Tybalt, the reason that I have to love thee Doth much excuse the appertaining rage to such a greeting. Villain am I none.
Who was to blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet? This essay will examine the possible causes of Romeo and Juliet’s tragic endings. Romeo and Juliet became victims to their own love because of their families stubbornness, their own irresponsibility and most of all because of fate. The feuding family is a large contributor. The conditions forced because of the animosity between the families made the couple feel prohibited to be together and thus hiding their love.