Romeo completely reverses how he was acting before when he slays Tybalt and this is yet another time Romeo could not control his impulsiveness. Certainly, Romeo can have much worse things happen to him. Romeo later receives news claiming that Juliet is dead. Romeo then decides to change fate. “Then I defy you, stars!”
Tybalt says, “Thou, wretched boy, that didst consort him here shalt with him hence”. This shows that Tybalt will not hold back, since he brought up Romeo’s recently deceased friend, Mercutio. He goes even further, by saying that Romeo can die here where Mercutio was killed. If Tybalt is willing to threaten, and taunt Romeo like this, he is most
My reformation, glitt’ring o’er my fault, / Shall show more goodly and attract more eyes, / Than that which hath no foil to set it off” (Shakespeare, 1.2. 205-207). Prince Henry’s monologue in II.2 is linked to his speech in III.2, as Hal’s decision to “offend to make offense a skill” (1.2, 209), is necessary for his vow in III.2 to kill Hotspur in order to regain his lost honor. This promise is critical, as it foreshadows Prince Henry’s victory over Hotspur. Prince Henry’s speech in III.2 come at an essential part of the play.
When Malcolm and Macduff force where charging into the castle Macbeth act like a man and he didn’t surrender. He didn’t commit suicide, he would rather be kill by someone and die like a man. “ why should I play the Roman fool and die On mine own sword? Whiles I see lives, the gashes Do better upon them.(5.8.1-5) As a true warrior on the field he would rather be stab by the sword.
The audience first gets introduced to him during a small fight between the servants of the two houses, Capulet and Montague. In this scene, Benvolio says “Part, fools!... I do but keep the peace. Put up thy sword, Or manage it to part these men with me” (1.1.55-60). This clearly shows that Benvolio is a cautious, sensible and rational person who cherishes the idea of peace.
To demonstrate, in the genesis of the siege of Arras, Cyrano communicates to his fellow officers his sentiment pertaining death: “I hope that when death comes to me it will find me fighting for a good cause and making a clever remark! I want to be struck down by the only noble weapon, the sword, wielded by an adversary worthy of me, and to die not in a sickbed but on the field of glory, with sharp steel in my heart and a flash of wit on my lips” (Cyrano. IV. 2. 148). The personification of “death coming to Cyrano” serves the purpose of illustrating how tranquil and facile, Cyrano perceives death to be.
In fact, they blame the “bad” circumstances on fate. In the play, After Romeo is challenged to a duel, he stabs Tybalt and exclaims, “O, I am fortunes fool!” (3.1.133). But before Romeo fights Tybalt, Tybalt challenges Mercutio. Trying to make peace, Romeo jumps into the fight and gets killed under Mercutio’s arm.
He was desperate to slay Tybalt as revenge for killing his close friend Mercutio. So, Romeo grabbed a sword and fought Tybalt. Romeo ended up stabbing Tybalt, who instantly fell. By killing Tybalt, not only did the Capulet family detest Romeo further, but also Romeo got banished from Verona. If Romeo had held himself together long enough to leave the fight scene without fighting Tybalt, he could have had a chance to escape with Juliet.
In an attempt to break up the fight, Romeo stepped between them. In a result from this, Merutio’s view was blocked, and Tybalt was able to stab Mercutio under Romeo’s arm.
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.
If you were challenged to a duel by you cousin what would you do? Well Romeo felt this when Tybalt Romeo’s new hateful, bold, and demanding cousin challenged him to a duel. Tybalt Juliet's cousin from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is all and more of these words used to describe him. And Tybalt is a hateful, bold, and demanding character that love nothing more than to see Romeo killed. Tybalt is an insanely hateful character especially towards Romeo and his household.
Benvolio and Mercutio (Montagues) are on the fair streets of Verona, midday, with the weather sweltering hot making everyone irritable. The Capulets come. Tybalt (a Capulet) challenges Romeo to a fight, however, Romeo politely declines because of his recent marriage the love of his life, Juliet (a Capulet). However, Mercutio and Tybalt begin to fight due to the tension and hatred of the two families. Tybalt ends up killing Mercutio and as Mercutio is dying, he curses both the Capulet’s and the Montague’s houses.
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.
Looking around a highschool classroom and studying the faces of the students. Wondering about the choices they have made, universal choices that will permanently affect them and their future, like ripples on the water of a usually still lake. Contemplating where they would be if previous decisions had been decided in a different manner, curious of where and who they would be. The decisions that they have previously made will continue to ripple and affect their lives. It truthfully really leaves a person to wonder, why humans are unable to base decisions off of other people’s mistakes whether fictional or real.