The second reason is that he noticed them at the party and the urge to do something about, and the third and final reason he is responsible for the death of Romeo and Juliet is that he killed Mercutio This is responsible for the death of Romeo and Juliet as the prince announces the person to shed blood will be executed, and as Romeo retaliates when Tybalt kills Mercutio and Romeo goes and kills him, Romeo then flees the city to stay alive, during this Juliet has a potion to make her seen dead and Romeo thinks she is so her kiils himself which then leads to Juliet killing
In The Tragedy of Macbeth, William Shakespeare demonstrates the build of guilt and remorse that Macbeth and his Queen begin to develop, consequently aids and foreshadows their demise. Shakespeare uses a wide variety of imagery to emphasize how guilt affects Macbeth’s life. Also, throughout the play, multiple pieces of evidence are displayed to prove how Macbeth and Lady Macbeth both change drastically from the beginning to the end of this piece. Finally, towards the end of the play, Macbeth finally comes to terms with himself and his devious actions, thus restoring his old mentality. Guilt is a factor of human nature and touches just about everyone at some point.
I’ll warrant she’ll tax him home;” (3.3.29-32). Polonius was speaking to King Claudius about his plan to spy on Hamlet’s conversation with The Queen. This act of deception led to Polonius’s death, after Hamlet had stabbed him thinking that he was Claudius echoing the Queens cry behind the tapestry. The action of deceiving contributed to the deaths of many characters in Shakespeare’s “Hamlet”, acts of deception propagate the ideas of things that are untrue. The characters in the novel emphasized their plans to deceive
WHO IS TO BLAME FOR THE DEATH OF ROMEO AND JULIET AND WHY? In Romeo and Juliet it is not just WHO is to blame but what emotions are to blame. This essay will prove it is evident that Romeo, Friar Lawrence and Love are all to blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. This will be shown in three key points; firstly, Romeo for being banished; secondly, Friar Lawrence for his part in marrying them and giving Juliet the poison; and thirdly, love as shown by Romeo when he hears Juliet is dead. After completing this it will be evident that Romeo, Friar Lawrence and love are all to blame.
In addition, in 3.1 Romeo murdered Tybalt to avenge the death of Mercutio by saying “Either thou or I, or both, must go with him.” (3.1. line 129). This implies that Romeo held a grudge against Tybalt for killing his own friend. This grudge motivated Romeo to kill Tybalt which then motivated Paris to fight Romeo in 5.3. This cycle of hatred between the two families is also what caused the fight scene in 1.1 where the Capulets and Montagues saw each other, then spat rude comments at each other
In this tragedy by William Shakespeare, multiple deaths occur due to the decisions made by Romeo, Friar Lawrence, and Lord Capulet. Romeo, a protagonist of the play and a member of the Montague family, directly and indirectly caused several deaths throughout the play. For example, Romeo was banished by Prince Escalus for killing Tybalt (3:1:190). He directly killed Tybalt and is partially at fault for
In Shakespeare’s play Macbeth guilt strongly affects Macbeth and Lady Macbeth as it is shown through the emotions, the murder and the suicide. The changes of Macbeth’s emotions demonstrates how guilt develop within him. Through Macbeth aggressiveness he demonstrates the cause of his guilt. Macbeth, no longer acts like his past self, and violently kills Duncan. This betrayal that he demonstrates,
127). The creature’s goal is to make sure Victor suffers for creating life and abandoning it. Although the creature just wants revenge, he takes the wrong approach by committing murder. He murders the poor innocent boy William who is describes as perfect by Shelley. Shelley does this to emphasize the death of William and to make the novel even more tragic.
Macbeth now kills without thinking or lifting a hair on his arm. This is clear in Act 4 scene 2 when Macbeth sends for the murder of Lady Macduff and her son. This marks the moment of Macbeth’s utter madness, he no longer is killing for political gain or to get rid of an enemy, but simply out of the desire to do harm and evil. However, Lady Macbeth’s guilt drives her to utter madness in a different direction. She now sleepwalks and always has a delusional belief that she has blood on her hands.
He manages to make Othello believe in Desdemona’s infidelity which ultimately causes Othello to kill her. Iago tries to kill Cassio but only wounds him. Iago’s wife Emilia tells Othello the truth about Iago’s treachery and Cassio corroborates her story. Othello wounds Iago then kills himself. Iago then kills his wife and is arrested.