He is now angry with Tybalt and wants revenge. ‘Fire-eyed fury be my conduct now.’ Romeos change in mood is significant as it leads to the death of Tybalt and Romeo being banished . Shakespeare also uses dramatic irony to make Act 3 Scene 1 such an intense and significant scene. When Romeo refuses to fight Tybalt all the other characters are confused as to why. ‘Good Capulet, which name I tender as dearly as my own.’ The audience know the reason why Romeo won’t fight Tybalt, which is because Romeo and Juliet are now married.
Romeo doesn’t want any trouble with Tybalt. He tells Mercutio to go, and to stop teasing Tybalt, as he knows that Tybalt, being an expert swordsman, will fight Mercutio to the death, with Tybalt defeating Mercutio: “Draw Benvolio…Hold Tybalt. Good Mercutio.” Sct 3 Scene 1 Line 87-91. This shows Romeo is protective over his friends. With Mercutio now dead, as a result of Tybalt’s thrust under Romeo’s arm, Romeo is very annoyed and wants to take
Romeo misunderstands this and believes Juliet is dead. He then buys a poison for himself and kills himself when Juliet wa playing dead. Juliet wakes up to find Romeo dead and even though Friar Lawrence pleads with her to refrain from killing herself, Juliet stabs herself and dies with Romeo. Friar Lawrence was always in favour of the two lovers and he did his best to bring good to them. However, fate changed his good intentions for the worse ans brought much tragedy to the lives of Romeo and
Stanley is guilty of this throughout the whole play by always trying to outsmart Blanche. This is Stanley’s main hamartia in the play. In scene three, Stanley is even willing to hit his wife, who is pregnant with his child, to gain back the respect and power he felt he was losing by having Blanche there. Stanley sees nothing wrong with what he is doing, until it is too late and is incapable of understanding his wrongful fight to gain back his sense of dignity. Modern Tragedy is also described as being the ‘consequence of a man’s total consumption to evaluate himself’.
There is actually no reason for Curley to just come up to Lennie to start a fight is unlikely but maybe Curley thought of Lennie as a threat to him or his wife. Steinbeck uses a wide variety of ways to build up tension in the atmosphere. Profane language is commonly used throughout the book such as, ‘You God damn punk’ or ‘Come on, you big bastard’ or even ‘No son-of-a-bitch is gonna laugh at me’. At this utterance, he unleashes his fury upon Lennie, beating him mercilessly. His words perfectly encompass the cruelty that he treats him with, and show just how Steinbeck uses dialogue to display human cruelty.
Benvolio attempts to stop the fight between the servants at the beginning of the play. Early in the play, Benvolio wishes to help Romeo's parents by learning from Romeo why he has been acting so strangely and trying to avoid everyone. When he questions Romeo gently, he learns that his problem is lovesickness. He tells Romeo “Be rul’d by me, forget to think of her”(Page 25). He counsels Romeo to look at other beauties and forget about anyone who is not interested in him.
In the soliloquy, Hamlet is at first upset with himself about finding ways to avoid avenging his Father’s murder, like his spirit in ghost form told him to. This complaining turns into self hatred and then Hamlet is insulting himself outright. The main reason for this is he has agreed to get revenge on Claudius so his father’s spirit can be at peace, but he hasn’t done it yet. The fact that the Player seems to be more able to get into the mindset of revenge than he can further discourages him. This on top of the fact that Hamlet’s dad is dead and his mother married that man he hates most in the world makes for a pretty melancholy fellow.
In the beginning, the two men break down into credibility first. Brutus breaks into ethos by talking about his honor, he tells the plebeians to keep his honor in mind. He also lets everyone know that Caesar was “ambitious” and he had to “slew” him because of it. He says this because he thought everyone in town thought Caesar was an honorable man. When Anthony came up, he knew that he had to work harder to gain the crowd’s attention, so he begins with saying, “I come to bury Caesar, not praise him.” (Act 3 Scene 2; 72) He says this because he knows people don’t want to hear a speech about how “amazing” Caesar was, so he says he’s not there to praise him.
He is annoyed that the people of the court are starting to laugh with Drummond: “BRADY is nettled: this is his show / and he wants all the laughs” (40). In his final attempt to regain the court, he pleads for attention but “Attention is given him, / not as the inevitable due of a mighty monarch, but grudgingly / and resentfully” (118). His death marks the end of the drama and it proves Hornbeck’s
Tybalt stabs Mercutio under Romeo's arm, and he dies after cursing plagues on the houses of the Capulets and the Montagues. Romeo then angry after the death of Mercutio lashes out and kills Tybalt . Benvolio tells Romeo to run, because of the Prince's death threat. Benvolio tells the Prince what happened, amd sice both family's lost a member , the Prince banishes Romeo from Verona . The conflict adds to the story by making it interesting to read, and gives the reader the feeling that anything can happen at any time.