This is a complete contrast to the second time they meet in the Capulet's tomb. Romeo has had news that Juliet is dead and risks his life to go to Verona to see for himself. He gets to the tomb and Paris, Juliet's fiancÃ© is there. Romeo tells him to leave but he refuses so they have a fight and Paris is killed. Romeo says his last words to Juliet and drinks the poison he has bought before coming to the tomb, and dies.
Juliet agrees, drinks the portion and apparently die, and the Friar sends a messenger to inform Romeo, but the messenger fail to reach Romeo, and instead a friend of Romeo reaches him and tells him that Juliet is dead because he didn't knew that Juliet is only apparently dead because of the potion. Romeo buys a poison, comes back to Verona and enters Juliet tomb. He kisses her, and suicide. A little after, Juliet wake up, find her Romeo dead, and use Romeo's dagger to suicide. Romeo and Capulet arrive at the tomb, and decide to stop the fighting between the families.
He decides that he loves her in spite of this, and so does Juliet. They confess their love for each other during the very famous balcony scene in which they agree to secretly marry the next day. Friar Laurence agrees to marry them in an attempt to end the fight between the families. Unfortunately, the fight between the Montagues and the Capulets gets worse and Mercutio (Romeo's best friend) ends up in a fight with Tybalt (Juliet's cousin). Tybalt kills Mercutio, which causes Romeo to kill Tybalt in a fit of rage.
Later that night they meet in secret and Juliet talks to Romeo from her balcony and they realise how much they are in love with each other and they decide to get married. Romeo then goes off to talk to Friar Lawrence to arrange the wedding. Juliet’s cousin Tybalt is very angry when he hears about Romeo gate crashing the party and vows to take revenge. When Tybalt challenges Romeo to a duel he refuses, but Mercutio fights instead and as he dies he curses both families. Romeo is extremely upset about Tybalt killing Mercutio and in a fit of rage fights and kills Tybalt.
Juliet mourned the exile of Romeo which Lady Capulet thought it was for the death of Tybalt. Because there was so much sadness Lord Capulet decided to marry Count Paris and Juliet so he could bring joy to people's heart. Once Juliet heard the sorrowful news of her getting married, she went to Friar Lawrence and he gave her a clever plan. At the wedding night, Juliet takes the sleeping potion that made her look dead, and her family thought she was dead too. Because of everyone acting hastily, Romeo knew about Juliet's death, so he killed himself just to be with Juliet.
His plan for Juliet is to tell her father she will marry Paris then go to bed with no one, not even the nurse. After, she will drink a potion to make her seem dead for forty two hours and then have a messenger tell Romeo about it. He will have her put in a vault to wait for Friar to bring her out so she and Romeo can elope. The plan was perfect until tragedy occurs, Benvolio had seen Juliet dead and immediately tells Romeo about it. The result is Romeo and Juliet murdering themselves and the play had a tragic ending.
Also Romeo killed Tybalt (a cousin of Juliet) for killing his friend Mercuito. All through the play there was one conflict after another and it made the play so sad. I’ll like to discuss when Romeo heard about the death of Juliet and got so furious and went ahead to poison himself and how Juliet also killed herself after finding the dead body of Romeo. But the important thing about the play is the reconciliation of both parents after realising it was their feud that caused the death of their children and later came back together in peace. William Shakespeare used dramatic devices in many different ways, for example, the be... ... middle of paper ... ... sword but Tybalt’s fencing was accurate to kill.
Then, when Juliet is in her casket, Romeo will sneak in and take Juliet with him to Mantua. However, that plan falls through as Romeo never receives the plan. Romeo, thinking Juliet is dead, kills himself. Juliet abruptly wakes up and sees her lover on the floor, dead. Heartbroken, she stabs h... ... middle of paper ... ...ere the feud between the Capulets and Montagues is reignited, middle, where Romeo and Juliet marry and Romeo is then banished, and end, where Romeo and Juliet commit suicide and the two families end their feud.
Mercutio dies by the wound inflicted by Tybalt after they meet and fight over Romeo. Romeo tried to stop them but he couldn’t and the sword of Tybalt went under his arm and sliced Mercutios breast. Tybalt ran away after the death of Mercutio. Romeo is sadden and realizes his love for Juliet has blinded him. Furious over his friend’s death he slays Tybalt when he returns.
Tybalt kills Mercutio, Romeo's best friend, so Romeo kills Tybalt. Romeo is banished to Mantua. Romeo would rather die than be banished because he will have to be away from Juliet. Paris then asks Juliet's father if he can marry his daughter. Juliet and Romeo have their last night together.