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.
Then, Tybalt challenges Romeo to a duel but Tybalt ends up killing Mercutio. In anger from Mercutio’s death, Romeo kills Tybalt which gets him banished to Mantua. Even though he was angry over his friend’s death, this action was a bad decision by Romeo because the banishment caused problems for the lovers. Then, they have to find a way to still be together. To even more complicate the plot, Mr. Capulet promised Paris that will Juliet “shall be married to” him (R&J 3.4.21).
His death enraged Romeo enough to make him kill Tybalt in revenge. When the Prince saw what happened, he sent Romeo into exile. Romeo's banishment to Mantua made it near impossible for Romeo and Juliet to see each other. Mercutio was to blame, though only partially for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. The Nurse was also responsible for the tragic ending of the play.
Tybalt killed Romeo’s best friend Racutio and Romeo set out for revenge on him, Romeo killed Tybalt in a bloody rage. For this Romeo was banished to Mantua and if he ever was caught back he would suffer the same fate as Tybalt therefore this made it difficult for Romeo and Juliet to be together. In Jacobean times which was the time of William Shakespeare, there were very few ways that two lovers with family’s that disapprove of each other could be together as in Jacobean times your parents would find a suitable man for there daughter and it be very similar to an arranged marriage whereas today if you were to get married your parents would have no say in it and if they didn’t like it you would be able to run away together but in Shakespeare’s time that was unheard of and people would respect there elders decisions over their own. In act 3 scene 5 Romeo and Juliet speak to each other in the language of love for example when Romeo says “I have more care to stay than will to go” this means that... ... middle of paper ... ... the end. Lady Capulet said to Juliet that she had some good news for her; a man called Paris wants to marry her but Juliet is disappointed with the news as she loves Romeo.
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.
That violence is the reason that Romeo is banished. His banishment leads to the risky ruse of Juliet’s death, which leads to Romeo coming to Juliet family tomb.” (Kerschen 14) Not only is Romeo responsible for his wife’s death, but for the fact that Juliet missed him so much and caused her to drink the poison to fake her death. But Juliet’s character also faced some flaws such as not telling her parents about the wedding, which ended up with eve more
Romeo’s punishment was only banishment because Tybalt started the fight. The banishment of Romeo causes himself, Juliet, Paris and Lady Montague to die. Act 3 Scene 1 is important because the play could have been a romance but turned into a tragedy however, it also causes the feud between the families to end as a result of their children’s deaths. As a result of the ‘ancient grudge’ between the Montagues and the Capulets, the play begins with a brawl. Benvolio tries to stop the fight which indicates he doesn’t like fighting and is a peacemaker.
Tybalt will not accept Romeos peace offering and mercilessly beats him. Tybalt then kills Romeos best friend, Mercutio. Romeo murders Tybalt to avenge Mercutio's death, but the police arrive and banish Romeo from Verona separating him from his family and wife Juliet. This is a pivotal scene for Romeo and Juliet because it the beginning of a downward spiral of events that will eventually lead to their death. Throughout the second act the lover's fortunes have been steadily improving and it is this scene that... ... middle of paper ... ... the unfortunate events including the death of two leading characters Mercutio and Tybalt and Romeos reactions to his friends death that mark the turning point.
As Christina Autiero asserts in a paper given at a conference held in Westchester - Putnam School, “Blinded by [his] passions,...Hamlet indirectly causes the death of Ophelia and his mother...revenge and Hamlet’s method of madness primarily cause his death and actions. Unfortunately, the only approach [he] felt would vindicate [his] honorable name essentially destroyed [him]” (Autiero 53). Young Hamlet believed that the only choice to redeem his father was to murdering the murderer. In doing so, however, Hamlet became mad, and struck out at any and all who crossed his path. At one point in the play, Hamlet stabs Polonius, believing him to be King Claudius.
Tybalt asks for a brawl from Romeo but Mercutio fights instead. Mercutio gets killed by Tybalt and that is what makes Romeo mad and fight Tybalt. At the end of the fight when Romeo kills Tybalt and then realizes what he has done he yells out, “O, I am Fortune’s fool!” (Shakespeare.3.1.143). And he and Juliet both are little toys for fate. But, they never give up on their love.Romeo and Juliet’s traits cause them to go along with their fate and contributes to their downfall.