Tybalt’s short temper and anger against Romeo lead to the death of Mercutio, himself, and then later the suicide of Romeo which lead to Juliet 's suicide. During a party hosted by the Capulets (Act 1 Scene 5) Tybalt spotted Romeo a Montague and told Lord Capulet “Uncle, this is a Montague, our foe; A villain, that is hither come in spite to scorn at our solemnity this night.”. After a duel in the street’s Tybalt runs after he had accidentally killed Mercutio.
Mercutio and benvolio where insulting the capulets trouble starts as tobalt is trying to find romeo to get him back for crashing their party. Tybalt and mercutio got into it and mercutio was stabbed and later died so romeo killed tybalt. The prince found out and had mercy on romeo which he only vanished. Juliet found out and was upset also got mad at the nurse for trying to curse romeo.
All men in the world do not appreciate their masculinity to be challenged, which goes against their own code of honor. In the play The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Romeo, Tybalt and Mercutio disrupt each other’s codes of honor by their actions in Act III, scene i. These three men’s codes of honor contribute to the tragedy of the play because of their views on masculinity, such as when Tybalt kills Mercutio and when Romeo kills Tybalt. Here, Tybalt mocks Romeo’s masculinity, leading Mercutio to duel him in order to honor Romeo.
Juliet is dis-empowered by the end of this play. Throughout Romeo and Juliet there are several factors that contribute to Juliet's dis-empowerment. First Juliet is dragged down by Romeo through almost the entirety of the play. Then she her lover is banished from Verona, which leaves Juliet to sit and cry in her room alone for hours. These factors lead to Juliet's dis-empowerment.
Romeo and Juliet Act 3 summary Scene 1 takes place in a public area and Mercutio and Benvolio enter with several servants. Benvolio then starts to complain about the hot weather and Mercutio starts to make fun of him. Then Tybalt and a couple servants enter the scene. Tybalt asks Benvolio and Mercutio if they have seen Romeo. Benvolio and Mercutio then start to mess with Tybalt and Romeo enters the scene.
Preciado 1 Lizeth Preciado Deborah Sidler Pre AP English 9: 2A February 18th, 2018 From the moment children are born, their actions begin to have an exponential effect on the lives of those around them. No action is free of consequences, and the decisions made throughout an individuals life can make or break the following course of events.
The literary definition of a tragic hero is someone with imperfect qualities that cause disastrous events. Shakespeare’s tragedy Romeo and Juliet is about two teens who fall in love. Romeo, one of the teens, falls in love with a girl named Rosaline, who doesn't love him back, so he goes to a party to get his mind off of her and later falls in love with Juliet at the party. In the end, Juliet fakes her death to be with Romeo, who got banished for killing Tybalt who is Juliet's cousin, but Romeo doesn’t get the correct message about Juliet's death and ends up killing himself next to Juliet’s “dead body” before she wakes up, so she actually kills herself so they can be together. Although the tragic story of Romeo and Juliet focuses on the tragic flaws of the main characters, the terrible outcome of the story could as easily have been the fault of the characters Friar Lawrence, Tybalt, and the Nurse.
Who’s Responsible? In the book Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Tybalt is like the parasite in this story. It is evident that Tybalt is primarily responsible for Romeo’s death and the people he killed. He engaged Mercutio and held a grudge against Romeo for crashing his party.
Mercutio plays the role of Romeo’s cousin, and a troubled friend. He shows this part of himself during the Queen Mab speech where he is seen longing for something. In the speech, he continuously gets angrier and angrier, telling Romeo and his friends “This is the very Mab..” (1.4.89), “This is the hag…” (1.4.93), and then finally “This is she-”
Mercutio, Romeo’s close friend and Benvolio, Romeo’s cousin, both walk in in the streets of Verona. The Capulets are wandering around and Benvolio does not want to bump into them and start a fight. As Mercutio and Benvolio talk, the Capulets goes towards them. Tybalt greets Mercutio and Benvolio and as they talk, Romeo enters, the man who Tybalt is looking for. Romeo walks towards them and Tybalt says, “Romeo, the love I bear thee can afford No better term than this: thou art a villain.”
Everyone has their own definition of a perfect friend. Some people want a friend who sticks with them through thick and thin. Other people want a friend who makes sure that they don't make a total fool of themselves. However, in the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, a character is illustrated who meets all of these criteria. This particular person goes by the name of Benvolio, a friend and cousin to one of the protagonists of the story, Romeo.