His faith in Friar John in delivering the message to Romeo was flawed, therefore leading to Romeo’s misinterpretation that Juliet is dead and kills himself with the poison next to Juliet. Finally, Friar Lawrence’s cowardice in the tomb with Juliet would lead to Juliet’s death next to her Romeo. As the Prince of Verona says, “Some shall be pardoned, and some punished. For never was a story of more woe, than this of Juliet and her Romeo.” (Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet 5.3 319-321.) Works Cited Shakespeare, William.
Thus with a kiss I die.” (Shakespeare 5.3.119-120) In this quote romeo is saying he is killing himself so he can be with juliet and he shall kiss then drink the potion so it will be the last thing he ever does. Romeo 's last night is like poison, deadly and an end to a problem. I chose this image because you can see the light fade from his eyes as he drinks the potion and holds juliet 's hand so they may lay together. This quote is significant because they are romeo 's last
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.
120), and followed to drink the poison, killing himself. In this passage, Shakespeare explains how Romeo dies, using diction to make the scene romantic. “Thus with a kiss I die,” (Shakespeare 5. 3. 120), can be seen as as a romantic way to die, but it was Romeo’s choice to drink the poison, which ended his life.
Shakespeare does this because he wants the audience to experience the hate between the Capulet's and the Montague's, before the play advances any further. This may cause a stir of emotions among the audience, mainly excitement. This would be a good chance for Shakespeare to use special effects like blood and sound effects. In the second part of Act 1, Scene 1, Romeo enters... ... middle of paper ... ... willing to kill themselves. When Romeo thinks that she is dead he takes the potion that he brought from the Apothecary and dies.
They decide that Juliet will drink a potion that will make her appear to be dead the night before the wedding. Juliet drinks the potions and news is spread of her supposed death. The message that her death was fake never reaches Romeo. After hearing that Juliet is dead, he decides to commit suicide by drinking poison at the site of Juliet’s grave. As he approaches her grave, he sees Paris.
Ally Krzeczkowski Mrs. Zupec E116-4 20 March 2014 Who's to Blame? Who is the most to blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet? In William Shakespeare's play, The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, Friar Lawrence gives Juliet a fake poison and when she takes it, she goes into a deep sleep that makes her appear dead. Juliet is then buried in her family's tomb and when Romeo goes to the tomb, he drinks actual poison and kills himself because he cannot bear to be without Juliet. After he dies, Juliet wakes up and sees that Romeo is dead so she stabs herself to death.
Juliet didn't want to marry this man so she arranges with Friar Lawrence to fake her own death with a sleeping potion that would make everyone think that she was dead. Friar Lawrence promised to send word to Romeo to meet her when the potion wears off and to rescue her to Mantua, where Romeo was currently staying. There they would live happily ever after. Unfortunately, Romeo didn't receive the message on time and upon hearing of her "death" went to Juliet's tomb where he drinks poison and dies. When Juliet's potion wears off, she wakes to find her lover's dead corpse.
They have only been seeing each other for a little while and they both decide to get married. Romeo then gets banished for killing Juliet’s cuisine Tybalt. Juliet takes a poisonous potion that Friar Lawrence has made, to make her seem dead so that she doesn’t have to marry Count Paris. Balthasar (Romeo’s servant) tells Romeo that Juliet’s dead, and Romeo decides to by some deadly potion from a chemist in Mantua. He is going to Juliet’s tomb, back to his home town, even under the risk of been banished.
Or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love, I’ll no longer be a Capulet” (2.2.35). The opposition between the two families guide Romeo and Juliet secretly seeing each other. This displays that hatred puts Romeo and Juliets life in risk which leads to their death. Later in the story, Romeo takes a suicide because he could not resist being without his true love. When Juliet wakes up, she finds Romeo’s dead body lying on the floor, “What’s here?