If Capulet had not moved up the wedding the Juliet and Romeo could have happily escaped together. Finally, the family feud between the Capulet’s and the Montague’s. During the beginning of the story the chorus gives us a story overview by saying, “From forth the fatal loins of these two foes a pair of star crossed lovers take their life” (7). If the two families were never feuding then Romeo and Juliet could have been happily married. The feud is the main issue in the story.
Friar tells Juliet “Thy husband in the bosom there lies dead” (V.iii.155). He tells her that Romeo has died because he thought she was actually dead and couldn’t stand to be without her. Friar stated, “Miscarried by my fault, let my old life be sacrificed some hour before his time unto the rigor of severest law” (V.iii.267-269). He is explaining to The Capulet’s, Montague’s, and the Prince that he is to blame for the death of Romeo and Juliet. Friar Lawrence should of told the two star crossed lovers to tell their parents that they were in love with their
Romeo was banished because he killed Tybalt. Romeo killed Tybalt because Tybalt killed his bestfriend. Without the banishment of Romeo, Juliet would not have thougth of such a horrific plan to reunite with Romeo. "Hold, daughter. I do spy a kind of hope, which craves as desperate an execution as that is desperate which we would prevent.
This is right after she hears from the Nurse that Romeo was the one who killed Tybalt. Her initial shock at Tybalt’s death gives way to her intense feeling of love for Romeo. She feels betrayed and doubts Romeo, perhaps wondering if Romeo only got close to her so that he could kill Tybalt.
He wanted Romeo to go to the Capulet ball along with Benvolio due to the dream. That is where Romeo and Juliet first met. Mercutio caused Romeo to be banished from Verona. Mercutio got in a fight with Tybalt and ended up dead. Enraged, Romeo turned
Human actions form a major part of the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Who is ultimately responsible for the death of the two young lovers? In the famous play, “Romeo and Juliet” written by William Shakespeare, the two young lovers, Romeo and Juliet, lose their lives to be with each other, and the question is, who is guilty of pushing them to taking their own lives? Lots of different people can be blamed for Romeo and Juliet’s death, like Father Lawrence, the apothecary, the Montagues and Capulets, Romeo and Juliet themselves, and even the Prince. Father Lawrence, for not making sure Romeo received the letter explaining that Juliet was only in a death like state.
You would think her own father would be understanding of her wishes, but he commanded her to marry Paris or else he would disown her. Furious and devastated, Juliet took a potion that made her appear dead; this was the only way she could be with Romeo. With Romeo being exiled, he heard news of his wife's death and bought poison to kill
Although fate as coincidence plays an important role in the play, Romeo and Juliet are doomed by their own actions. Actions which were done without thought and done impulsively can have many consequences. Yes, Romeo and Juliet’s actions were done without any consideration, and they paid a price for it – death. Firstly the killing of Tybalt, secondly falling in love and getting married quickly, and lastly the fact that they killed themselves lead them to their tragic end. Killing Tybalt was a foolish decision of Romeo’s.
is laid upon your hate That heaven finds means to kills yours joys with love” (V, iii, 291-293) “For there never was a story of more woe, then this of Juliet and her Romeo” (V, iii, 309-310) Tragedy- Reinforced by the death of Mercutio as it is seen by Levin as quite an ironic end, as he has been the satirist- “represents the play moving from Romantic comedy to Romantic tragedy.” Comparing Comedy & Tragedy- Tragedy tends to isolate where comedy bring together, to reveal the uniqueness of individuals rather than what they have in common with others. Examples have been shown with the progression of Juliet whom begun in tragic settings as an only child mother “But one, poor one, one poor, and loving child” (IV, v. 46) whilst Romeo friar reflects on then as “two in one” (II.iv.37) yet again when taking the potion “my dismal scene I needs must act alone.” (IV.iii. 19) reflected in the setting of each of them dying
Finally Juliet had gone to the Friar for help, his plan had also become disastrous. This time the plan was to fake Juliet’s death and send a letter to Romeo to inform him her death was false but to come and rescue her from her tomb but the letter was sent to Romeo. Word had spread that Juliet had died, he rushed to see her, then killed himself seeing Juliet in her false death. After Juliet had woken from her sleep like death, only to see Romeo dead in front of her then which caused her to kill herself. I think Friar Lawrence is to blame for Romeo’s and Juliet’s death because he gave poison married Romeo and Juliet without consent.