It is the ultimate act of love- killing yourself for love. (Quote goes here, could not find one!) This therefore shows that love is to blame because Romeo killed himself out of love for Juliet and Juliet killed herself out of love for Romeo. In conclusion Romeo, Friar Lawrence and love are all equally to blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. Romeo for his immature behaviour and killing Tybalt which made him banished, Friar Lawrence for helping the two lovers in their plans to be together, and love, because Romeo and Juliet were so deeply in love they could not live without each other so they both killed themselves.
Although Friar Lawrence’s intentions were good, his decisions and actions were the sole cause of Romeo and Juliet’s death. Do you agree? Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is the story of two young lovers who fall for one another only to realise that due to the feud their families’ share their love is destined for destruction. With all good intentions the minor character, Friar Lawrence was one of, but not the complete cause of their tragic end. There are three dominant aspects of their deaths, the feud between the two families, Friar Lawrence and most importantly, fate.
Romeo has a bad feeling about his life within the first act as he says “With this night revels, and expire the term/Of a despised life clos'd in my breast,/By some vile forfeit of untimely death." (1.4.109-111). This line is spoken by Romeo to Benvolio before they attend the party hosted by the Capulets, where he is to meet Juliet. As Juliet is what the night is about to reveal, the audience is able to understand that the reason of Romeo’s death is Juliet. Furthermore, when Romeo is expressing his love for Juliet he states “My life were better ended by their hate,/ Than Death prorogued, wanting of thy love."
Fate also predicted “a pair of star-crossed lovers tak[ing] their live[s].” Out of everyone in the play, fate is at most to blame for Juliet’s death because of it’s unavoidable and destined to happen. In conclusion, Friar Laurence, Nurse, Capulet and Fate
It is through all of these errors and mistakes that the plot of Act 5, Scene 1 helps to make Romeo and Juliet a true tragedy. The characters in Act 5, Scene 1, and the way they act contribute to making Romeo and Juliet a tragedy. In the scene, Romeo is hasty and impetuous. His refusal to listen to others and his running to the apothecary seals Romeo’s fate and brings on the final tragedy of the
Romeo’s rash actions, Juliet’s fast-paced response to love, and their fatal choices tragically end their lives, showcasing the unfortunate outcome of their quick actions. Inexperienced Romeo Montague’s actions regarding love are based upon impulse rather than logic. Romeo’s actions are so sudden that they are capable of significantly changing his life. Romeo and Juliet’s
In the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet’s love comes to a quick end when they both die. They were both from rival families making it harder for them to be together. Friar Lawrence is responsible for their deaths because he puts together the plan for Juliet’s fake death. This plan fails and ends with Romeo and Juliet dying. The death of the star crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet was caused by Friar Lawrence.
Romeo and Juliet died horrible deaths. Romeo took his own life with poison. Juliet stabbed herself with Romeo's dagger. They took their lives for the love of each other. The thought of losing each other, made them individually lose the interest in their lives.
How does fate affect all of us? Fate has been predestined for everybody and nobody can avoid it. Fate sometimes shows its signs of taking on affect on people. In the play Romeo and Juliet written by William Shakespeare. The two main characters Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet have been taken by the effect of fate.