Their relationship started very rapidly, and neither Romeo nor Juliet had planned what they were doing. I feel that from a mixture of immaturity, hast, passionate love, feud between their two families and number of other untrustworthy people in their way, Romeo and Juliet's relationship would have never worked. However, I do feel that Romeo and Juliet had something incredibly strong between them, that it actually caused suicide.
Romeo and Juliet also made selfish and immature decisions. And as we all know, it was Romeo and Juliet who chose to kill themselves. All of these things contributed to their premature deaths. From their first meeting, Romeo (a Montague) and Juliet (a Capulet), knew that they were both from feuding families. Shortly after they first met Juliet said, “My only love sprung from my only hate.” [Act I sc.5 ll 145].
As Mercutio lies dying, he shouts "A plague o ' both your houses!" (Act 3, Scene 1) This quote also foreshadows the upcoming deaths of Romeo and Juliet and the pain it will inflict on their families. After Mercutio’s fateful death, Romeo is blindsided with anger and attacks and kills Tybalt. Once, Romeo has realized what he has done, he claims “Oh, I am fortune 's fool!” (Act 3, Scene 1). This fight between Mercutio and Tybalt led to the death of them both, which led to Romeo being banished from Verona, leaving Juliet heartbroken.
Reckless actions lead to untimely deaths. In Shakespeare’s tragedy “Romeo and Juliet”, both protagonists fight for their hopeless love. Bloodshed and chaos appear inevitable in fair Verona; Romeo and Juliet come from enemy households, the Montegues and the Capulets, who have sworn to defeat one another. The young and handsome Romeo weeps over his unrequited love for Rosaline, until he lays his eyes on Juliet. Strong and independent, Juliet seeks to escape her family’s will to marry her off to Paris, a kinsman of the Prince.
This deepens their affections for each other, which causes Romeo to kill Tybalt on second impulse. Friar Lawrence indirectly caused Tybalt’s death. Not only did he create more trouble throughout the entire story, he kills both Romeo and Juliet in the end, reason being he does not properly tell Romeo of Juliet’s fake death, making Romeo think that Juliet was actually dead. This drives Romeo to look for the apothecary and seek for poison to kill himself, so he could lie next to Juliet dead also. Because of “Romeo and Juliet”, one can see that Shakespeare gives the message that passionate and blinding love could lead to many tragedies, including death.
She dies because Romeo is dead. She couldn 't live without him. “He said that, just as with the poison of hate, the intensity of lovely passion plots out reason and self control and leads to destructive behavior” (Kershen 6). Kershen used destructive behavior to demonstrate that Romeo felt the need to kill himself over a girl he met not too long ago. Romeo is responsible for his own death and Juliet is responsible for her
Subsequently the audience would feel very anxious about Romeo and Juliet’s references to malign fate. Romeo is a very important character to the play. He is not introduced until nearer the end of Act 1. This creates ... ... middle of paper ... ...nd foreboding which has been created throughout the whole play is finally all pulled together in a very intense ending, where the two lovers both commit suicide because of a rushed mistake. The audience feel a great sense of tragedy as the death of the lovers would not have happened if they had an extra few minutes.
Others beg to differ as they consider that their decisions drive what fate has for them in the future and so they think that they are in control of their own destiny. In Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, two star-crossed lovers betrayed their own family in order to be with each other. Given that both Romeo and Juliet are both young, they made endless sacrifices and decisions just for them to be together without considering the consequences. All of their sacrifices resulted in vain as their tragic conclusion was their own death. Although fate played a significant role in the star-crossed lovers' downfall, Romeo and Juliet paid the consequences of their dreadful decisions due to their reckless rebellion which eventually led to their catastrophic ending.
Romeo wouldn’t go at first, he was depressed because Rosaline didn't love him. On the insistence of Benvolio, Romeo unwillingly agreed to go. On the way to the feast Romeo still did not believe he could find a girl more beautiful than Rosaline. When he saw Juliet, however, his attitude as well as outlook on life had changed. This was the first action of many which led to the deaths of two lovers, Romeo and Juliet.
The tragic deaths of Romeo and Juliet were because of three major differences; They belonged to feuding families, they were very far apart, and their parents had very different plans for them. The feud between Romeo and Juliet’s family is a monumental factor in each of their deaths. The Capulets and Montagues have loathed each other since time began. The families can’t remember why, or even when this rivalry occurred. As stated in the prologue of the play, “From ancient grudge breaks new mutiny.” The Capulets and Montagues could not find an agreement until the death of their children.