First, there was a brutal feud between these two families! He knew one was of Montague and the other of Capulet, but he did not process the possible results. Second, he knew Romeo had just met Juliet, in fact he even told Romeo, “So soon forsaken? Young men's love then lies not truly in their hearts, but in their eyes”. If the Friar had been responsible to delay the marriage so that they could furthe... ... middle of paper ... ...As he observed the mess that had just occurred, he quickly left the tomb to avoid being caught by the watch for his mistakes.
It is interesting to note that although many people seek guidance from Friar Lawrence, he nevert... ... middle of paper ... ...ealised there was an opportunity to obtain reconciliation between the two feuding families. Friar Lawrence clearly has a dramatic impact on the outcome of the play because his advice misguides the young lovers, who have little experience of life and its pitfalls. He was on a moral crusade because he saw the breakdown in families as disruptive to the fabric of society and this drove him to put the unity of the families above the interests of Romeo and Juliet. This is vividly demonstrated when he deceives the families for their own good, by faking the death of Juliet and by marrying the young lovers in secret. Shakespeare ends the play with the reconciliation of the families and the disclosure to the public of the unfortunate events.
I believe that his pride was his biggest character flaw and because of this, the conclusion of the play was tragic. He feels that he has to take responsibility for his actions even though he had no control over them and fate was to blame. Yet many aspects could have been avoiding with extensive research about his background from his adoptive parents, but because he avoided this, his circumstance determined his fate. His fate was sealed by his actions of pride and determination. His pride of conquering the Sphinx led him to the marriage of Jocasta, his mother.
The characters often ignore the authority of the state, family and church. Daughters should have obeyed fathers, Mercutio should have listened to the rules set by the prince but did not, the Friar teaches about the sin of suicide and yet Romeo and Juliet eventually choose this path to be reunited. The lovers are impelled unstoppably through a sequence of events. They are caught up in circumstances beyond their control. Fate has taken over and the actions they take are written in the stars.
Also, Juliet’s own nurse tells her she’s made a bad choice in a man. “Love at first sight isn’t real” In Friar Laurence’s cell, he warns Romeo loving to fast is bound to end after Romeo asks the Friar to marry him to Juliet. Friar Laurence is trying to imply that love takes time and that it doesn’t happen spontaneously. Shakespeare is purposely foreshadowing in this scene, clearly giving hints that loves at first sight isn’t real and Romeo’s and Juliet’s relationship is not going to last. For example, The Friar says: These violent delights have violent ends And in their triumph die, like fire and powder, Which, as they kiss, consume.
The parent’s hatred blinded them to pay attention to their children’s needs, the love kept Romeo and Juliet together through all costs and the Friar’s plan to avoid the marriage went wrong which lead them to their death. Works Cited Shakespeare, William. Romeo and Juliet. Ed. Dom Salaini, et al.
Biff didn’t want to end up like his father laying in the ash waiting for a new beginning. But it would be hard for Mr.Loman to start again because it is hard to find new things since it is impossible for a new beginning. Jen Kim is from Sussex Publishers stating that “Dreams don’t just die by themselves we kill them. thankfully we can also bring them back to life.” Mr.Loman killed his dreams by taking the wrong path in the story and also with his insecurity and self- doubt he had in himself. Willy Loman could of had a better life, but one little mistake ended up messing up his whole dreams.
Now Hamlet did not know who to trust, and how would he get his revenge for his father. As a young man he has a lot on his mind and he was betrayed, grieving over your father, and find out the person that he loved has betray him too; he fall in depression over all these, but he knew he had to stay strong to get his father revenge. Hamlet was mad, but not the mad like wildly impractical or having foolish ideas, but more in the way of hurt and felt a lot of betrayal from the people he care for; therefore, Hamlet acted like his was going crazy because he did not want Claudius to know that he knew that he killed his father, and to hide the hurt he was feeling. Hamlet was a teenage boy with lot hormones raging like lot boy do. He gets news about his father death and like any child he was hurting over losing him fath... ... middle of paper ... ...rting and betrayed by people that he believe would keep him safe.
For this alliance may so happy prove to turn your households' rancor to pure love.” (II, III, 88-92). This means, even though Romeo says he loves Juliet, he has not lived to fully know what that means. However, the Friar will marry the... ... middle of paper ... ...it has been debated endlessly on who is the real culprit of Romeo and Juliet's death. The most logical suspect as to why they really are dead is Friar Lawrence. Whether it is his unthoughtful actions or his bad timing, he is the one to blame.
He states, " For this alliance may so happy prove,/ To turn you households' rancour to pure love." Friar Laurence advises two enemy lovers to marry each other, intending to turn the hatred between their families into love, but he doesn't realized the outcome of their marriage. Their parent's disagree to their marriage, and as a result the outcome of... ... middle of paper ... ...ua, with my letters to thy lord." By giving the responsibility of handing the letter to Romeo to someone else, he doesn't show responsibility towards the lovers and puts Romeo in serious misconception of Juliet's death which eventually leads to his death. Friar Laurence fails to plan accurately for Juliet's fake death, which ultimately leads to the death of the lovers.