Many people conclude that Friar Lawrence or the parents are at fault but in reality Friar Lawrence just does as Romeo and Juliet ask. The parents are clueless about the fact that their daughter was in love. Romeo and Juliet are responsible for their death because they both had free will and could have chosen their decisions differently. If you
She stabs herself in the heart because she can't bear to live without him. This horrible tragedy at least teaches all the adults a lesson and the feud is over at last. There are at least 13 Reasons Why these two kids end up dead. Society, their families, well meaning but foolish authority figures, maybe even Fate. If only Juliet had been more mature than her thirteen years, as society wished her to be, she would have just run away with Romeo and lived happily ever after.
She even said she would marry Romeo instead of Paris vent though her and Romeo were already wed. The nurse and Friar Lawrence butted into their relationship also. They both supported and pushed towards it. Everyone who pushed and tried to make their relationship work should be punished even including the Capulets because none of them considered a bad ending. The Capulets are partially to blame for Juliet's death.
They fight back to Juliet’s emotions and anger by threatening to disown her if she didn’t go through with the wedding. Capulet tells her that she will have to “Graze where [she] will, [she] shall not house with [him],” (3.5.198) and “... hang, beg, die in the streets,” (3.5.202). Juliet is only thirteen years old in this play so it’d be very hard for her to hear that. It’d be hard for anyone to hear their father say that to them no matter what their age is. But because Juliet doesn’t have much for close family or friends besides her parents, nurse, and Romeo, it’d be tragic to her to be told to die in the streets.
Every choice that they made throughout the play was never fully thought out. It was always in the heat of the moment. And as a result of their impulsive thinking, they suffered a tragic fate. The final example of impulsivity leading to grave consequences is Juliet’s plan she made with Friar Lawrence to fake her death. This is proven because when she learns that her parents have arranged for her to be married to Paris, she gets angry and is willing to do anything so she won’t have to marry him.
Dido tells Anna to burn most things that he has left behind, but really this was a plan of Dido’s to kill herself. Dido states, “To whom do you abandon me, a dying woman, guess that you are-the only name now left from that of a husband? Why do I live on?” What Dido is implying here is that she has no reason to live because she is losing the man who she is married to. Aeneas does not think he has to stay because the real marriage ceremony did not occur. This is why when Dido thought they were married was her first death.
Him forcing Juliet to get married only left Juliet two choices and that was to either run away or get married, and of course we all know that her getting marred to anyone but Romeo wasn't an option. If he had never forced her to getting married then she would not have done what she did. She did not have an option to say NO because when she did say no he threatened to throw her away. Lord Capulet "Hang thee, young
After Romeo and Juliet fell in love with each other, Romeo momentarily arranged their marriage the next day. This character trait affects the events in the play because since Romeo and Juliet are planning to get married, Juliet doesn’t want to marry Paris who she is forced to marry, which upsets him. She uses a potion she received from Friar Lawrence to fake her death. But, everyone except the Friar thinks Juliet is dead, therefore Romeo’s friend Balthazar tells Romeo, who unfortunately ends up killing himself after hearing Juliet is
Benvolio suggests that Romeo will move on from his past lover, Rosaline, and find a new girl. When Juliet sees Romeo for the first time as he leaves the Capulet 's party, she asks the nurse to find out information about him. For starters, in the play Juliet says, " Go ask his name._ If he be married, my grave is like to be my wedding bed." Juliet means she will rather die unmarried because she cannot love anyone else. This ironically foreshadows her death if she marries him.
In this book, Romeo and Juliet’s parents forbade their children from falling in love and getting married. This reaction caused Romeo and Juliet to do many things but they are most famously known for Romeo drinking poison and Juliet stabbing herself in the heart to end both of their lives so that they could be together forever. In my opinion, this book is one of the most famous examples of conflict and others reactions causing more people to have the same or worse
The person, who is responsible for the deaths, is none-the-less the Friar. Without the Friar, Romeo and Juliet would have never taken their own life, and the lives of many others would not have been lost. First of all, the Friar never should of married Romeo and Juliet without their parent’s consent. Even though the friar had good intentions, it was a bad idea. The Friar new it was a bad idea because he said, “But come, young waverer, come, go with me, In one respect I’ll thy assistant be…” This means that the friar will help Romeo with his secret wedding.
In the play Romeo and Juliet, both Romeo and Juliet die. It would be easy to point blame as to why this happened at many of the characters in the play but Friar Lawrence is the biggest culprit. Although you could say that if their parents had allowed them to marry they never would have been in the situation, but it was Friars mistake that caused them both to die. Friar is the culprit because he provided the potion that would "kill" Juliet for 48 hours, and was expected and trusted to give word to Romeo that she was still alive and would wake up in two days. But, he failed to pass on that information, and instead Romeo told that Juliet was dead.
Lady Capulet asks if killing Romeo will make her happy and Juliet replies saying “Indeed, I never shall be satisfied / With Romeo till I behold him—dead— Is my poor heart, so for a kinsman vexed” (3.5.98-100). There are multiple meanings in this paragraph. To her mother Juliet is saying, “I will never be satisfied with Romeo until I hold him dead. I feel dead in my heart when I think about Tybalt” The double meaning in this paragraph is what Juliet actually means “I will never be satisfied with Romeo until I hold him, until then my poor heart is dead” Shakespeare also has a third meaning and an example of dramatic irony. The triple meaning has to do with the line “I never shall be satisfied until I behold him—dead” .The third meaning and example of dramatic irony in this passage is the fact the Juliet never will actually hold
“The blame Game” If i would have to pick any character in the book who caused all the problems i would have to say it was Romeo. I’m saying it’s romeo because he kept the marriage between him and juliet a secret, he killed tybalt, and he was very hasty. Friar laurence was responsible for marrying Romeo and Juliet. The nurse and them three was the only one’s that knew about it. If they wouldn’t have never kept the marriage a secret the prince wouldn’t have Romeo banned from the town and Romeo and Juliet could’ve lived happily ever after.
She married Romeo for love, not for lust. She knew what she wanted and she went for it. Like any young teenager she was at a crossroads throughout the entire play. In the end she was abandoned by her family and saw no other option than to fake her death and wait for Romeo to return. Unfortunately there was a miscommunication and Romeo was dead by the time Juliet awoke.