These examples show that the animosity seen in Romeo and Juliet is also relevant in today’s society, because it has resulted in many unnecessary deaths. First, the cruel animosity between the Montague’s and the Capulet’s created obstacles for their children, Romeo and Juliet, which ultimately lead to the couple’s final act of suicide. For example, Romeo and Juliet’s love for one another was so strong and powerful. However, this was a big problem because the animosity between the Montague’s and Capulet’s was so profound, that they could not stand the sight of one another. This hatred had been around for centuries: Two households, both alike in dignity, In fair Verona, where we lay our scene, From ancient grudge break to new mutiny, here civil blood makes civil hands unclean.
If Romeo knew about the plan Romeo and Juliet would have lived together without the Montagues and Capulets knowing. In essence, the adults and children are all to blame for the downfall of Romeo and Juliet. Romeo’s lack of knowledge and misinformation led to his own death and Juliet’s. If the feud between the families never happened then Romeo and Juliet could be together peacefully without Tybalt wanting to kill him. Arguments and fighting among families only lead to death and
For instance in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the feud between the Montagues and Capulets caused pain and suffering towards the innocent characters such as Romeo, Juliet, Mercutio and Tybalt. This never ending cycle of vengeance in the play shows that if society relied solely on revenge, everyone would suffer. Revenge even has the powers to destroy love, one of the stronger forces in humanity, as it lead
Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet, explores the tragic lives and deaths of two "star-crossed lovers". Both Romeo and Juliet are unable to escape their dreadful destiny, even through the strength of their love. While fate plays a significant role in the tragic deaths of the two lovers, human error and weakness also contribute to their deaths. Therefore, the tragedy is that both fortune and the actions of others make their deaths inevitable. Human error was one of the main contributing factors that led to the death of Romeo and Juliet, there were mistakes made by both Romeo and Juliet and those around them that had a direct impact on their lives.
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. Without these three key elements in the play Romeo and Juliet would not have been
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.
The Montague’s family was enemy with the Capulet’s family, they would fight every time they sees each other. If they didn't really disliked each other Romeo wouldn't have killed Tybalt and Romeo would have killed himself. If the Montague’s family wasn’t enemy with Capulet’s then no one would have died and Romeo and Juliet would be happily married. When Tybalt got killed Benvilo saw Romeo kill Tybalt. They weren’t unkind and mean to Capulet’s family, if they just held back there anger nothing would of happen.
This is true because in both all three fights, only the men are involved. Juliet faces some gender problems when her dad chose a husband for her and threatens to disown her if she does not agree to this marriage. Hate Hate is a theme in Romeo and Juliet because even though love and hate are usually opposites, in “Romeo and Juliet,” love and hate are two sides of the same play, as they are children from fighting families (the Capulets and the Montagues.) In the end, the hatred between their two families leads Romeo and Juliet towards their death. When their parents discover Romeo and Juliet dead in each others' arms, they speak to end the feud between the families.
tExplore how Love and Hate are used in Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet is debatably the world’s most play. It is the love story between two people who are supposed to hate each other, already the title has been linked to the theme, but this is not all that can link the story to a Love and Hate theme and so we delve deeper… The first implication of Love and hate is in the prologue however in Line 166 of Act 1, scene 1 Romeo says “Here’s much to do with hate, but more with love”. He is talking about loving hate and is referring to his love of Juliet but his hate towards Capulets. Another interesting point about love and hate is that the two themes come in pairs and when love is mentioned so his hate (and vice versa). A good example of this is when Romeo is alone with Juliet in the orchard and they talk of their passionate and soppy love for one another, Romeo throughout this scene is reminded of how much danger he is and how he could be killed if he was caught.
This betrayal hurt Juliet in many ways, and it hurt her parents a little too, as this would soon lead to her death. The first way that this betrayal hurt Juliet is that she was forced to marry someone she did not love, and completely forget about Romeo, her husband. Lord Capulet does not care about Juliet's feelings when he hears that Juliet does not want to get married. All he wants is money and a good connection to the Prince. He did not always think like this though.