Juliet's parents expect her obedient. Juliet is requested to marry by her parents, but falls in love with her family's worst enemy, Romeo. The play is about how she and Romeo secretly meet and in the end, both commit suicide as they believe they cannot be with each other. SECTION 2: ========== The first impressions of Juliet that Shakespeare gives the audience is that Juliet is obedient to her mother. When the nurse requests Juliet to come and see her mother, Juliet replies "Madam, I am here, what is your will?"
Juliet’s parents think that Juliet is crying about Tybalt’s death, but she is crying about Romeo’s banishment, when the couple (Romeo and Juliet) get married, but everybody thinks they are still single and when the nurse finds Juliet dead and the Capulet’s have an unnecessary funeral for Juliet even though she is not dead and had only swallowed Friar Lawrence’s potion, which put her into a long sleep. Juliet cries a lot when she finds out about her husbands fate. Her parents think that she is grieving about the death of her cousin, but instead Juliet is crying for the murderer of her deceased cousin. The nurse brings Juliet the bad news about Romeo (Juliet’s husband) and Tybalt (Juliet’s cousin). She tells Juliet that Romeo has been banished form Verona for murdering Tybalt, who killed Mercutio.
In line 43 Juliet is told, that someone is dead, (at this news I think she would be feeling sad but also angry) by her nurse but there is a case of crossed wires as she believe that Romeo is dead until about line 61 when the nurse said:-O Tybalt, Tybaltâ€¦ That ever I should live to see thee dead! In this scene we feel sorry for Juliet because she is effectively stuck in between a rock and a hard place. If she takes her husbands side she will be betraying her family and if she takes the side of her family then she will be betraying her husband. Juliet is also confused as she begins to use oxymorons :-'O serpent heart, hid
William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet Who is to blame? In William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet, there is much controversy as to who is to blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. In this tragedy, the two family's on going feud drives Romeo to kill one of Juliet's relatives and thus he finds himself banned from Verona. They then construct a plan to meet again, but when the plan goes wrong, the two star crossed lovers take their own lives. The question now is where to lay the blame of their deaths.
The Death of Romeo and Juliet William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is considered to be one of the greatest love tragedies of all time. Shakespeare, who is known to be a successful playwright for his remarkable plays and beautiful poetry, manages to create a classical play filled with strong emotions, tension, action, violence, humor and most importantly, love. This play is set in Verona when two “star crossed lovers” meet and fall in love passionately. Most of the responsibility for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet should be put upon their parents, themselves, and fate. Romeo and Juliet’s parents should be hold responsible for their children’s death.
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.
Heeding the Nurse’s warning Romeo quickly departs, leaving Juliet quite distressed. It is at this point that Lady Capulet enters. Seeing her daughter crying, Lady Capulet assumes her tears are for Tybalt: ‘Evermore weeping for your cousin’s death?’ There then begins dialogue between Juliet and her mother in which Juliet speaks in a series of double meanings. Lady Capulet informs Juliet that there is a plan afoot to poison Romeo (which is quite ironic, as Romeo does indeed die by poison). Juliet’s clever reply, however, fools Lady Capulet into believing that she hates Romeo: ‘Indeed I never shall be satisfied with Romeo, til I behold him – dead -…’ Whereas the audience know what she really means is, she will not be satisfied until she sees Romeo, ... ... middle of paper ... ...herefore, we can also see that within Act III, scene v Shakespeare has developed the tragedy of Juliet’s situation.
No parents would desire someone to use their child, therefore they wouldn’t allow their children to use others. “When theirs are dry, for Romeo’s banishment…” Juliet said sorrowfully (Act 3 Scene 3 Line 142). After Romeo is banished for killing Tybalt, Juliet’s parents hate him even more because he killed their blood, but Juliet is still in love. Lord Capulet says” O’Thursday let it be.- O’Thursday, tell her, she shall be married to this noble earl.” (Act 3 Scene 5, Line 23 and 24). Juliet’s Father just set her up to be married to Paris revealing that he would disapprove of
It is not, nor it cannot come to good. (Hoy, 11) It is understandable Hamlet is upset with his mother for forgetting about his father and marrying his uncle, Claudius. In Hamlet's eyes, his father deserves more than one month of mourning and by remarrying so quickly, the queen has sullied King Hamlet's memory. This remarriage is a sin and illegal, however special dispensation was made because she is queen. Hamlet's opinion of his mother worsens as the play progresses because his father, who appears as a ghost, tells him of his mother's adulterous behavior and his uncle's shrewd and unconscionable murder.
Tybalt, Juliet’s cousin, rallies up a fight with Romeo’s good friend, Mercutio. Romeo, not wanting to fight considering his love affair with Juliet, tries to break up the fight. His attempt to break up the fight is unsuccessful. The fight between Tybalt and Mercutio ends up in the death of Mercutio. As Mercutio lies dying, he shouts "A plague o ' both your houses!"