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.
Romeo, being so angry that he slew his good friend, ran and slew Tybalt to get him back. All of this led to Romeo being banned from Verona, which is what really starts the miscommunication between the couple of Romeo and Juliet, and eventually leading to more deaths. One other character who dies due to the situation of Romeo and Juliet is Paris. Paris is a young count who is kinsman to the Prince. Paris is originally supposed to marry Juliet by choice of Lord Capulet, but since she is married to Romeo, hence she seeks Friar Lawrence for an idea.
Moreover, Friar Laurence agrees to marry the two secretly which is also a cause for their deaths. In this essay we will discuss how the deaths of both Romeo and Juliet are caused by the poor decisions of each of the above characters. When Romeo decides to go to the Capulet's party, he has already set the stage for his death. If he didn't go to the party, he wouldn't meet Juliet and the whole story would never happen. You may argue that it is fate for Romeo to meet the servant who let him know about the party.
When in love with someone you have an intense emotional connection and you feel like you would do anything for them, then if that loved one dies you feel a terrible sadness. In Shakespeare 's Romeo and Juliet, the ‘death’ of Juliet hit Romeo like a train. He aggressively reacts to the news of her ‘passing’ and his sudden acts change both their lives, before she fakes her death he eagerly throws himself into the relationship without out thinking of the risk, also Romeo is so in love with Juliet he is stubborn and ignores the advice his friends and mentors give him, and finally Romeo again jumps to conclusions very quickly, he buys poison to kill himself immediately. Romeo is the Hero with a fatal flaw he falls in love in the blink of an eye,
The prologue explains how two ill fated lovers die because of a long bitter feud between their families. After the prologue the scene is set on a street in Verona where members from the two families, the Montagues and the Capulets, have a fight and are warned that the next fight will result in punishment by death by Prince Escalus. Romeo enters the story with his cousin Benvolio and they talk about Romeo being in love with Rosaline. Mean while, at the Capulet home, Paris asks approval to marry Juliet. The Capulets then arranged a party for Paris and Juliet to meet.
Act 1 Scene 5 of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet The play is about two young people, Romeo and Juliet, who fall in love in Verona. Their parents hatred filled feud eventually brings about their deaths Even before the play has begun, it seems as if the parents only made the lovers to die with a pointless sad, life. When the prologue speaks of ‘fatal loins’ Shakespeare sets a strong feeling of love and hate, as well as a sad sort of irony. The prologue also speaks off the fury of the parents in comparison to the love of Romeo and Juliet when it speaks of their ‘parents rage’. The word rage is a very strong word which Shakespeare uses to show extreme and uncontrollable anger or hatred, which the playwright uses to get the message of their absolute contempt of each other across to the audience.
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. The events in the play, such as Romeo’s death and Juliet’s thoughts of suicide, cause sympathy and fright in the audience, leaving them with a chance to be emotionally cleansed at the end, where the two families stop fighting and build statues for Romeo and Juliet. Two highly renowned protagonists, Romeo and Juliet, fall from their renown due to disobeying orders and killing themselves and others. Suffering is a main part of the play, as Romeo and Juliet face many difficulties with their relationship and their families. Often, people call Romeo and Juliet a romance or a comedy, but neither classification ends with the tragic suicides of the protagonists.
Urban Dictionary defines hate as “to dislike intensely or passionately”. In William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, hate is the most responsible for the events that take place during the play. The hatred between the Capulets and the Montagues causes Romeo’s and Juliet’s death which proves that hate is a more powerful emotion than love. The hatred between the two families, the Montagues and the Capulets make Romeo and Juliet love each other so much that they kill themselves. Juliet meets Romeo at the Capulet ball and falls in love with him.
In the beginning the story starts with Romeo who is in love with Rosaline but Rosaline does not show any feelings for Romeo and then coldly rejects Romeo, Romeo then tries to repair his broken heart by going to a party to take his mind off the pain. At this party he meets Juliet and immediately falls in love with her. Unfortunately Juliet happens to be a Capulet (as discussed before Romeo was a Montague and the two families are feuding) He makes a decision to marry her the next day. Friar Lawrence who is the priest marries the couple but by doing this conflict between the two families increases causing the death of Romeo's friend Mercutio who is killed by Juliet's cousin named Tybalt. This causes Romeo to be furious and with an uncontrollable rage causes him to kill Tybalt.
At this party he met Juliet, and immediately fell in love with her. He later finds out that she is a Capulet, the rival family of the Montagues. He decides that he loves her anyway and they confess their love for each other during the very famous "balcony scene" in which they agreed to secretly marry the next day. Friar Lawrence agreed to marry them in an effort to end the feuding between the families. Unfortunately, the fighting gets worse and Mercutio (Montague) a good friend of Romeo ends up in a fight with Tybalt (Capulet), Juliet's cousin.