When she wakes up and sees that Romeo is actually dead, she commits suicide too. When Romeo thinks Juliet is dead so he commits suicide in front of her lifeless” body. When she wakes up and sees that Romeo is actually dead, she commits suicide too. “See what scourge is laid upon your hate, The heaven finds means to kill your joys with love!” (P129
For instance, he united the two in matrimony knowing that their family wouldn’t approbate it. Friar Lawrence also is the one who comes up with the idea of the potion making everyone believe Juliet is dead which makes Romeo believe the same. When Romeo sees Juliet asleep he drinks poison which causes his death and once Juliet wakes up and sees him like that she stabs herself. Lastly, He knew about the plan all along and ran away like a coward when the prince was coming inside the temple instead of forbidding her from staying inside the temple in which her death could’ve never happened. To conclude, the two star-crossed lovers both ended their lives with their love dying with it still united in the afterlife.
The rivalry between these two families caused several tragic events. Romeo and Juliet died fight to be happily together. Several other deaths were also caused on both sides of the feud. Judging by the evidence produced in this play Lord Capulet, Lady Capulet, and Lord Montague should be punished for the death of their children and
Although ultimately leading to their death, the prevailing love between Romeo and Juliet is the catalyst that mends their family’s feud. The powerful ending in this play that Shakespeare creates aligns with Aristotle’s definition of tragedy by “effecting the proper purgation of these emotions [catharsis]" such as pity and fear. The first time we experience fear is when Juliet and Romeo realize they are enemies and we fear the repercussions of this relationship. This is specifically a formidable problem because their families are ancient enemies. At the Capulet party, when Romeo is found out to be a Montague, Tybalt yells, “Now, by the stock and honor of my kin,/To strike him dead I hold it not a sin” (Tybalt 1.5.66-67).
Love and hate were two major themes that were mainly focused on in the book and movie of Romeo and Juliet which is known to be the most tragic love story in history.The play was about two young lovers who came from two families the Montagues and the capulets who have held an intense grudge for many years and neither of them are willing to forgive and forget because of their pride and honour they have to uphold. Despite the grudge between the two families the attraction between Romeo and Juliet was strong. The fact that they were on opposite families made Romeo want to be with Juliet even more .When they first met they were very attracted to each other and Romeo knowing that Juliet was a capulet he still decided to treat with respect because he was already deeply in love Romeo expressed his love for her: “O she doth teach the torches to burn bright! Its seems she hangs upon the cheek of night as a rich jewel in an Ethiop’s ear.’’(1.5.42-44).
However, the paramours resolved the question of marriage with one fowl swoop. They decide to be married the next day. Their young love may be admired by some, but it is a rash act that ended in many complications. The hype of their love also caused them to be blind to reality and the reality of the situation was more complicated than they were willing to accept. Juliet was to be married to Paris with her Father’s approval and Romeo was just crushed by the rejection of his love, Rosaline.
Bekah Atkins In Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare describes a feud between two families from which “two star-crossed lovers” came, who soon took their lives for what they thought was true love. Our star-crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet, have their fair share of strengths along with weaknesses. Juliet’s strengths are her loyalty to those she loves and how she also defends them but, her weaknesses are how naïve she is and her poor communication skills. Respect and generosity are Romeo’s strong suits but his flaws are impulsivity and his over emotion. Romeo and Juliet are simply weak characters that are unable to accept reality and move on with their lives.
Romeo loves Juliet so much that he kills himself in order to be in heaven with her. He will get through the obstacle of death in order to be with Juliet. Getting through the obstacle of death is a perfect example of true love which shows Romeo’s love for Juliet is true and
Lust overcomes the couple’s actions and causes them to continuously make rash decisions without any consideration of the consequences. Romeo becomes infatuated with Juliet and even before meeting her, claims to love her. However, his love is based on her beauty which causes him to uncontrollably profess his love for her: “Did my heart love till now? Forswear it, sight, For
As a result of saying this, Romeo shows us that he is looking for a way to die in order to join Juliet in death, even though the audience is shown she is not really dead. By looking for a way to die, Romeo proves that Juliet is his one true love because Romeo chose death over not seeing Juliet ever again. Death cannot be undone and Romeo knew this, but he would rather lie next to Juliet forever than never lie next to her again. Since Romeo chose death