In Romeo and Juliet, there are many people who are responsible for the fate of the two “star-crossed lovers”. Most of the blame has been faced towards the families forever lasting feud. However, some blame has also been give to Friar Lawrence and Lord and Lady Capulet. As a result of Romeo and Juliet’s death, Prince Escalus of Verona is asking who should be held accountable for these actions. Fate is the only thing that one could blame for this tragedy.
There are many characters that contributed to the tragic acts of love and suicide in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, but who is the most to blame? In the famous play, we have two families, the Montagues and the Capulets, who have been feuding with each other for many years. Romeo, from the Montague family, and Juliet, from the Capulets, have fallen in love. Due to the distasteful acts from each side, their children must go to great lengths to keep their love a secret. The end of this story isn’t pretty, so whose fault was it?
The feuding families always get a bad ending. In “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare two young enemies fall for eachother but it's not good that they did. The two families are at feud which makes their love deniable. The feud of the families is what caused Romeos and Juliets deaths. For instance when they got married they had to hide their marriage from their families and Juliet had to fake her death.
The feud also caused the fights which led to Romeo’s banishment. Friar Lawrence allowed Romeo and Juliet to get married in secret which caused conflict in the story. The feud and Friar Laurence are to blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. The feud prevented Romeo and Juliet from being happily married. In Act I scene v,Juliet says, “My only love, sprung from my only hate!
In Shakespeare's “The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet” Tybalt is responsible for Tybalt's death due to the fact that all his actions leading up to this one draining event. Tybalt was very angry all the time and had a huge temper, Tybalt was ignorant enough to ignore the prince knowing the consequences, Tybalt also came back to fight knowing what he had inflicted. The first reason Tybalt was responsible for his own death is he never thought about the consequences that reflected off his actions. The reckless actions Tybalt engages in when wanting to start a fight with Romeo at Capulet's party is a prime example of how he was so careless knowing possible consequences. After Tybalt found out Montagues were at this party he wanted to start a huge brawl even though the king of Verona strictly told them he didn’t want any more fights.
Friar Lawrence, Capulet, and Juliet have made unwise choices and behaviors, leaving them at fault for the losses of the houses, Capulet and Montague. The main culprits never intended the results of their actions, but they were all punished in the becoming death zone. This unfortunate event caused by a dying love in this hopeless world full of hatred turns into a penalty for the terrors of two beloved children’s households. The extremities of the family feuds are tied by the impetuous, forced, and rash actions of Friar Lawrence, Capulet, and
Most murderers will feel regret after murder Because they did not control their emotions properly when they are in the conflict. It is similar to William Shakespeare’s script Romeo and Juliet, he created a tragedy between two lovers. In the play, Romeo’s refusal to change his impulsive behavior when he has conflicts with other people contributes to his downfall. To put it another way Romeo’s “think to do” cause he and Juliet died. Firstly, when he first time met Juliet, he should not fall in love with Juliet; Secondly, Juliet should not kill Tybalt; Thirdly his behavior after he herded about Juliet’s died let the fate be unfixable.
First, Romeo and Juliet come from the families that hate each others. Including, their family are enemies which is Romeo comes from Montague, he is the son of Lord Montague and Lady Montague. Juliet comes from Capulet, she is the daughter of Lord Capulet and Lady Capulet. For this reason, their families loathe each others as like almost every time they get to see each others, they usually have a fight or revile. For
While reading the play, you start to notice that there are far worse and irresponsible decisions than good ones. This is mainly due to the impulsivity of this group of teens. This same impulsivity is what leads to the majority of their deaths. Although Romeo and Juliet's impulsivity is the main reason for their death, their deaths can also be blamed for miscommunication. In the play, Lady Capulet makes many decisions for Juliet without her consent.
There are a lot of people and things that could be blamed for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet, such as their parents, Romeo’s banishment, or Paris, or the family feud, but in the end the majority of the blamed can be placed on Friar Lawrence. He is the force most responsible for Romeo’s and Juliet’s death because he is the force that they did not think was working ageist them. Friar Lawrence didn’t even know just how much he was working ageist them. Friar Lawrence wasn’t just lying to Romeo and Juliet he was lying to himself, about how he was treating the two teenagers and justifying actions he knew was wrong. Sometimes not telling the whole truth is even worse than lying.
Romeo’s rash behaviors in Romeo and Juliet resulted in many negative consequences, and he consistently acted impetuously that impacted others in an unnecessary way. The actions he committed to were ideally the cause of the death for three major characters . If Romeo would have not been so eager to immediately fix a problem and take a few moments to consider all of the possible consequences, these characters may have been able to live happily ever