Essay On Foolishness In Romeo And Juliet

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Foolishness in the Bowels of Romeo and Juliet In Romeo and Juliet, there were many inconveniences for the members of the Capulets and Montagues, and the culprit behind this is foolishness. To clarify, you could say Romeo being a foolish teenager falling in love with nearly every woman in sight was foolish, or Romeo and Juliet chooses to get married the next day was more than foolish. Lastly is that a grown man, Friar Lawrence, decides that a little girl in his chamber, threatening suicide is enough for him to bring in a plan in which he would give her a poison that would make her sleep for two days which would leave her entire family in mourning, is at all a good idea then that is true foolishness. First beginning with Romeo, he was wise with his words, but just not entirely with actions. Romeo now entering the Capulet’s yard Juliet says “And the place death, considering who thou art, If any of my kinsmen find thee here” (2.2.65-64). Picking this apart Juliet just said to Romeo that considering him a Montague, if a Kinsmen find him they would kill him. Not only has he kissed a girl he had only just met but also…show more content…
(3.1) You could argue Mercutio trying to defend Romeo from Tybalt in result, triggering Romeo was merely fate but in that time Romeo can choose not to fight Tybalt knowing that he was his cousin to be and would disturb the relationship he had. Arguing for the other side yet again you could say rage is an instinct but the time between Mercutio’s death and Tybalt dying is enough for anyone to contemplate their decision and whether they should give into the madness. Sadly Romeo gave into the fight and is thus
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