The Friar was reluctant at first but decides, “‘In one respect I’ll thy assistant be; For this alliance may happy prove To turn your households rancor to pure love’” (2.3 97-100). With allowing Romeo and Juliet to get married without either of their parents permission, Romeo and Juliet only became closer, which became a problem when Romeo was banished to Mantua. If Friar Lawrence had told the two
Paris offers to marry Juliet and her dad finally chooses himself that she will and sets a date. Juliet is in love with Romeo and does not agree to marry Paris. She is furious with her father, but her father is furious that she is in love with a Montague. Juliet shouts, “Now, by Saint Peter’s Church and Peter too, / He shall not make me there a joyful bride.” (3.5.116-117). In this quote, Juliet had just figured out that her father had planned her to marry Paris without her consent and she is not happy about it.
Being separated for Romeo and Juliet only makes their connection fow stronger. In William Shakespeare 's Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, the two star-crossed lovers portray their love by protecting each other at any cost, choosing one another above all else, and marrying as soon as possible. For Romeo and Juliet, it’s important for them to protect each other at any cost. Romeo had just been banished for killing Tybalt, and Nurse is talking poorly of Romeo, but Juliet won’t stand for it, “Blistered be thy tongue for such a wish! He was not born to shame.
Lord Capulet also shares the blame for the deaths of the two lovers. In the beginning of the play, Paris - a cousin of the prince and member of the royal family - meets with Lord Capulet and asks him permission to take Juliets hand in marriage. At first, Capulet says “Too soon marred are those so early made," which means Juliet is too young to get married. But after some convincing by the prince, Lord Capulet tells him that he will not agree to let anyone marry Juliet unless his daughter consents to the match. After Juliets father finds Juliet frantic grief over her cousin 's death, he decides that marriage might help her recover.
In the story him and Romeo are cousins and he makes him go to a party where he meets Juliet. “I’ll go along, no such sight to be shown, But to rejoice in splendour of mine own”(Romeo and Juliet 1.2.104). This shows that he should be punished because this is Romeo saying that he will only go because Rosaline will be there. If he would not of mentioned Rosaline going to the party Romeo would not of went. He should also be punished because he tells Romeo that he could meet someone else at the party.
When Juliet dies, the audience is left with wondering how Lord Capulet felt as he mourned for Juliet, especially after he disowned, disparaged, and deprecated his daughter, which just fueled the dramatic effect of Romeo’s and Juliet’s death. Shortly after, Shakespeare created another conflict in the family, except this time, it was with Juliet and her caretaker. Throughout the play, it has become apparent that Juliet loves Romeo greatly, which is why when the nurse says “I think it best you married with[Paris]./ O, he’s a lovely gentleman!/ Romeo’s a dishclout to him”, Juliet rushed to leave to the Friar. Before Romeo’s banishment, the nurse, who is the person that Juliet sees as her mother, sided with Juliet and even aided in their marriage; however, once Romeo was gone, her opinion of him changed, and to Juliet, it feels as if the nurse betrayed her. Again, Shakespeare's tearing their relationships apart made the play more dramatic in the end; however, with the nurse siding with Juliet’s parents in the marriage, it also seemed that
“Falling too fast only ends you up with love that won’t last” (Cecily Morgan). In Act Two, Scene Two of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Juliet expresses her initial feelings about her love for Romeo after their first encounter at the Capulets’ party. The purpose of Juliet’s monologue is to convey that love changes an individual’s character and the conception of love at first sight is questionable. Love is a powerful idea that can sway personalities in order to capture the attention of prospective mates. For example, Juliet tells Romeo how her words from earlier that night cause her to blush and she says that she will gladly, “dwell on form… deny / What I have spoke: but farewell compliment!” (2.2.92-93).
The relations in their time are very comparable in today’s time, as it says in act 2 “…how can I go forward when my heart is here”(shakespeare 1064) This quote is an example of young love. In the quote, Romeo is blinded by the beauty of Roseline that he feels that he can go no further until he meets Juliet. It also shows how unexperienced they are but so quickly drawn into the hands of a new beholder. Juliet’s mother and father were so dispute to the idea of Romeo because he was an enemy of the family, known as the Monteugues. As one could infer, these situations still occur in modern times due to everyone’s personal opinion of other individuals.
The first reason why Friar Laurence is to blame is because he married Romeo and Juliet. After they decided they wanted to get married right away, Romeo and Juliet go to Friar’s cell to get married. Friar first questions the love because Romeo was in love with another women only a few hours ago. He only agrees to marry them because he thinks it will end the family tension. “In one respect I’ll thy assistant be; / For this alliance may be so happy prove / To turn your households’ rancor to pure love” (II.iii.90-92).
The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet is the tale of two rival families, the Montague and the Capulet. The son of the Montague family is Romeo and the daughter of the Capulet of Juliet. The two meet at a party hosted by the Capulet family and eventually fall in love. Romeo and Juliet agree to get married the following day, but the Capulet king is arranging for Juliet to get married to a kinsman named Paris. In order to prevent this, Friar Laurence gives Juliet a sleeping potion to make it seem like she had died.