The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet is about Romeo, a Montague, falls in love with Juliet, a Capulet, and they cannot be together because their families have a long-lasting family feud. Before everyone reads Romeo and Juliet, they think that Romeo and Juliet are in love from the beginning of the story. However, Romeo is sad and heartbroken because Rosaline didn’t want to be his lover. While Romeo is sad, Mercutio, the cousin of the prince, grows in strength and happiness. Their foil is the more Romeo is sad, the more Mercutio is joyful and tries to make Romeo happier.
Benvolio and Mercutio are talking. Tybalt shows up mad and starts to talk to the two men. When Tybalt sees Romeo, he tries to fight him. Romeo does not want to fight though. Mercutio steps up and fights Tybalt and gets killed.
Act three, scene one of Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet, explores the key ideas of conflict, fate and the circle of life. Throughout lines one to one hundred and thirty five, things are starting to heat up between the characters. Benvolio and Mercutio are roaming the streets of Verona, trading insults and mocking the Capulets. Trouble arises when Tybalt is trying to find Romeo, so he can get back at him for crashing the Capulet’s party. Benvolio, who is a peacemaker and wants everyone to be friends, warns the guys not to fight in a “public hunt of men”.
The lyrics of Michael Jackson’s song ‘Beat It’ can be used to characterize Shakespeare’s Benvolio from his tragedy Romeo and Juliet. In the story Benvolio is frequently trying to prevent conflicts between the characters. One of his lines that best portrays him as such, is when he shouts “Part fools! Put down your swords,” as he attempts to break up the fight between the Montagues’ and Capulets’ men. Similarly, the words to ‘Beat It’ gives an inside view to a man who knows he should avoid confrontation with the wrong people, just like Benvolio knows to avoid the Capulets.
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.
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.”
Who was most responsible for the six deaths in Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare? This question has been speculated over for many years, but the answer is obviously Romeo Montague. Romeo tends to act before he thinks, causing Tybalt’s and Paris’ deaths. Romeo’s obsession with love is what causes the whole conflict in the first place, leading to all of the deaths. Romeo acts before he thinks.
How could one tiny change of decision drastically change the whole future outcome of an event? How could something so little like a butterfly flap its wings just a little bit faster and cause a tornado the next day? This phenomenon is something known as the butterfly effect, in which a small change in a system could alter the future events of one's life. Maybe if Benvolio in Romeo and Juliet had changed some of his many impulsive decisions, the two star crossed lovers would still be alive. People know Benvolio as the beloved cousin, and friend of Romeo, but could he really be a “friend,” of Romeo when he caused him and his lover juliet to kill themselves?
The characterization in act 2, scenes 4, 5 and 6 focuses mainly on the Montagues, but shows a little into the lives of the servants of Capulet. Benvolio, the first character introduced into this section, isn 't described in these scenes physically as much as he is as far as his actions and personality. Benvolio seems to be an impatient person, described indirectly when he says, “Stop there, stop there.” (II.iv.80) and “Thou wouldst else have made thy tale large” (II.iv.82). In this scene, Romeo has just returned from the house of capulet in the morning and Mercutio was about to explain how loving and friendly Romeo was.
When problems sprout like flowers, it’s quite difficult to find the root of the problem. In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, two star-crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet, end up taking their lives due to sundry aspects. However, there is one overriding aspect responsible for their deaths who happens to be Romeo’s best friend. Mercutio is the most at fault for Romeo and Juliet’s death; Mercutio is the character who ultimately convinces Romeo to attend the Capulet’s feast and because Mercutio challenges Tybalt to a fray — sparking a chain of events.