For example, the death of Mercutio’s (like a brother to Romeo) transitions the audience to sadness and dismay. Moreover, the displayed happiness, and humor in the beginning of the story influences the tragedy setting the remainder mood of the movie (Goodykoontz, 2014). An easily identified genre is the displayed character type of Romeo and Juliet free spirit thinking. For example, they decided to marry within twenty four hours of being in love. Moreover, Juliet character is well-defined as individualist when she tells Romeo “you kiss by the book.” As much when Romeo meets Juliet he forgets all about Rosaline the woman he thought he loved.
Romeo then murders Tybalt, causing him to be banished to Mantua, never to see Juliet again. Juliet’s father then forces her to marry Paris. The end of the play then begins, in which Friar Lawrence comes up with a plan to reconnect the two lovers and cancel the marriage. The plan consists of Juliet taking a potion that makes her seem dead for forty two hours. Then, when Juliet is in her casket, Romeo will sneak in and take Juliet with him to Mantua.
The pair of star crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet were destined to end in tragedy. The events that led to their tragic end included, Romeo being invited to the Capulet party where Romeo and Juliet first meet, Romeo murdering Tybalt, and the letter not arriving to warn Romeo of Juliet’s fake death. Fate led Romeo and Juliet to their deaths and there was nothing the pair could do about
Act 3 Scene 5 of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet Before act 3 scene 5 happens many important events take place, these include Romeo and Juliet secretly getting married, then Romeo killing Tybolt as revenge for Mercutio's death. As a result of this Romeo is going to be banished while this is happening Juliet's father is arranging for her to marry Paris. At the beginning of the scene Romeo and Juliet wake up and Juliet tries to tell Romeo it is not day 'wilt thou be gone, it is not yet near day'. This is because she doesn't want Romeo to leave. Romeo then reminds her that if he is caught in Verona he will automatically be killed 'come death and welcome Juliet wills it so'.
Therefore, Capulet’s big heartedness and small heartedness caused the death of Romeo ... ... middle of paper ... ...ous information; and knowing Romeo’s impulsive nature he should wait for Romeo to arrive and tell him the truth. Therefore, Friar Lawrence’s useless wisdom has become the cause of the young couple’s death. In conclusion, the four people to blame for Romeo and Juliet’s death are; Capulet, Nurse, Mercutio and Friar Lawrence. The Capulet’s big heartedness and small heartedness has taken the life of the young couple. The nurse intended to provide Juliet a better life by giving her life of love than advising her to marry Paris for both the life of wealth and love, and Mercutio’s impulsive nature has caused their death.
The metaphoric reference to the word “plague” also consolidates the occurrence of tragedy and expresses the destruction of love in the play. Romeo’s line “I do protest I never injured thee, but love thee better than thou canst devise” highlights Romeo’s desire to end the conflict with Tybalt. However, he is unsuccessful. This depicts the struggle of love when confronted by deep seated hatred. As we can see, the impact of the families’ feud has lead to Tybalt’s hatred against Romeo (and all Montagues), and leads to the death of Mercutio, which in terms lead us to the advent of tragedy.
My dearest cousin and my dearer lord?” (Shakespeare 3.2.71-72) This quote if asking is romeo and tybalt dead and her way of expressing how she loved them both so very much. It also shows all of the confusion in the scene the juliet experiences before she truly understands what happened. Juliet was falling apart like a city after a tsunami. I chose this image because it shows sadness and yet confusion in juliet 's eyes. Juliet
Love is a wonderful curse that forces us to do unexplainable things. Romeo and Juliet is a famous play written by William Shakespeare, who does an exceptional job in showing the readers what hate, mercy, death, courage, and most importantly what love looks like. This play is about two star-crossed lovers who are both willing to sacrifice their lives just to be with one another. Unfortunately tragedy falls upon the unconditional love Romeo and Juliet have for each other, but along the way they experience immeasurable forgiveness and extraordinary braveness just to be with one another. Sadly enough, love is a cause of violence in the end.
In Act 1 Scene 5, at the masquerade ball, Romeo and Juliet meet for the first time, and fall in love before either is aware that they are supposed enemies. Juliet says “If he be married. / My grave is like to be my wedding bed.” after she asks the nurse to find out who Romeo is. The reader knows before Juliet does that Romeo is a Montague and that she literally will die because they are unable to be together. In Act 2 Scene 3 Romeo turns to Friar Lawrence for advice and the Friar agrees to marry them stating, “For this alliance may so happy prove / to turn your households’ rancor to pure love.” The Friar is saying that he will agree to marry them with the hopes of ending the Capulet/Montague feud.
The recurrence of the word “Down” used with the name of the houses shows the disapproval of both houses amongst the civilians of Verona. Prince Escalus’ condemnation “If you ever cause disturbance ... ... middle of paper ... ... he is convinced Juliet has perished. This also builds suspense in the audience. Metaphorical imagery is highlighted in “ O happy dagger, there rust and let me die” when Juliet awakes and finds Romeo dead demonstrates Juliet wants to end her life now that Romeo has died. The final scene creates sympathy for the two lovers which encourages audience to understand that hate is destructive as it is problematic in society of all times.