Romeo went to get a glimpse of love, not with the intentions to start trouble. In the first act, Benvolio was trying to make peace between the servants, and then Tybalt joined in and made it a brawl because he automatically assumed the worst. Both Capulet and Montague are ultimately responsible in the death of Mercutio because they, themselves, held the power to instill peace within the ranks and with their families. How many people had to fight and die because two men refused to put the good of the realm first?
Fate cannot be changed Romeo and Juliet is a story of love that was destined for obliteration. They were innocent and fell in love with the wrong person. Fate is responsible for every action, idea, and scenes that led to “the fearful passage of their death-mark’d love.” (Prologue.9) The three events and aspects of fate led to the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet include: the feud between the two families, the nurse’s betrayal of Juliet, and fate during the masquerade party.
Despite the warnings from a mutual friend, they are married and are left to face the consequences. This romantic tragedy depicts the that “the tragic end of Romeo and Juliet [was] inevitable” (Carter). Shakespeare utilizes the two main characters dreams to foreshadow the tragic ending to the play. William Shakespeare; poet, author, and playwright, demonstrates of fate through the dreams, characters, and dialogue within Romeo and Juliet.
Lady Macbeth was feeble and let her guilt drive her to the point of insanity and suicide, unlike her husband, who was determined to die fighting. As Macbeth fights Macduff in the final battle, he cowardly says he does not want to fight him because he already killed his family, “But get thee back; my soul is too much charged/With blood of thine already.”
I believe that The Feud, Friar Lawrence and Tybalt all play a role in Romeo and Juliet's death. The Feud between the families was quite major and with Romeo (a Montague) and Juliet (a Capulet) falling in the love, it made it even worse. The families of Romeo and Juliet didn't support their love and if there wasn't a feud between the Montague's and Capulet's, Friar Lawrence wouldn't have had to create a plan to hide their marriage. Friar Lawrence played a big role in Romeo and Juliet's relationship and his actions ultimately lead to the death of the two. He marries the two behind their families back, creates a potion for Juliet to fake her death and fled Juliet at her tomb, where she then killed herself.
The worst of all Romeo’s peculiar actions is when he murders two of the characters. Romeo first murders Tybalt out of rage for accidentally killing Mercutio, this is for revenge. Romeo seeks out this fight, he initiates the brawl. Killing Tybalt causes the prince to banish instead of executing him, triggering his mother 's death that was previously mentioned. Secondly he kills Paris in another duel that Paris started to defend Juliet’s body and grave.
Their fate was brought on by the feud of the Capulets and the Montagues, the Friar Laurence, and the lovers themselves Romeo and Juliet The long feud of the two families, The Capulets and The Montagues, was a large factor in what brought the two to their graves. Romeos dear friends Mercutio and his new cousin Tybalt were having a disagreement, so they fought about it but Romeo 's friend Mercutio ended up dying from the battle with Tybalt, so Romeo killed Tybalt avenging Mercutio. Mercutio and Tybalt both were slain that day and Romeo ended up getting banished from Verona rather then getting the penalty of death on him.
Hamlet’s mind was set on killing Claudius to get revenge on his father. While plotting to kill his uncle Hamlet, in a fit of rage, stabbed and killed Polonius while he was hiding behind a curtain. After Ophelia found out about her father 's death she became mad and decided that she could take her own life to fix all her pain. Shortly after Laertes discovered his sister killed herself, he wanted to fight and kill
From one impulsive and mindless action to the other, Fate also came into play, better being described as chance. After Romeo gained information about the Capulet Ball after chancely encountering the illiterate servant, he so suddenly falls deeply in love with Juliet, which only pulls Friar into matters and he even refuses to act responsibly. All of these ideas together act as a powerful driving force towards the end of the two lovers’ lives. As unfortunate as it is, Romeo and Juliet remain in our history, however their legacy depicting the power of teenage lovers will live on for ages to
There are many events during Act 3, Scene 1 but a particular aspect that outlines drama and suspension was the dramatic irony and Shakespeare’s crafty input of foreshadowing as both Tybalt and Mercutio are slain. Evidence from the text, a statement made by Romeo is, “This shall determine that,” which commence a duel between Romeo and Tybalt over Mercutio’s death; and Tybalt falls. As Tybalt dies, the audience know something that the rest of the characters on the stage do not. As Romeo has killed his wife’s cousin, the drama increases and their marriage is foreshadowed to result unhappily. As well as the death of Tybalt, the death of Mercutio who was the unofficial comedian in Romeo’s group of friends and a well liked character, the audience realise that all the light heartedness dies along with him.
The Death of Mercutio The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet is a play that was written by William Shakespeare. The play is about a feud between the Capulets and the Montagues. Their feud goes back many years and has caused both sides a lot of grief. During their war, “a pair of star-crossed lovers” secretly get married. Mercutio dies early in the play to increase Romeo’s despair and to establish the play as a tragedy.