An example of this impulsive behavior is when Friar Laurence encouraged this wedding without putting any thoughts into the outcomes. Romeo came to him saying he wanted to wed Juliet, a Capulet that he had met only hours ago, and Friar Laurence agreed to marrying them in secret the same day. Not only was this action impulsive, but it was also selfish. He says “So smile the heavens upon this holy act, That after hours with sorrow chide us not!” (II, vi, 1-2).
People make thoughtless decisions when they are overcome by emotion and the outcome of their decisions are unlikely to end well. This is a recurring issue in the play The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. The first poor decision made in the play is when Romeo is weeping over not being able to marry Rosaline, the love of his life. In an attempt to lift Romeo’s depressing mood, Benvolio creates a plan where he and Romeo will join the Capulet’s party so that Romeo’s eyes will be open and he will see how many other amazing girls are in Verona. During Act l Scene 4 when they arrive at the Capulet’s party, Romeo sees a girl, Juliet, and states “Did my heart love till now?
Fate brought Romeo and Juliet together in the beginning,and tore them from each other in the end. It brought them together in the beginning when Romeo snuck into the capulet’s party. When Romeo met Juliet, he forgot about Rosaline. He says this himself in act 2 scene 3 page 4 that Rosaline did not love him back and he had forgot about her. It tore them apart when Romeo heard that his Juliet was dead.
In the tragedy Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare there are two young lovers. They are Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet. The Montagues and Capulets are two feuding families in Verona who have hated each other for centuries. However, Romeo and Juliet love each other which will produce problems. The two lovers die in the end because of Romeo's loss of self-control.
How could a measly feeling like love possibly hurt someone’s life? The characters in the dramatic play Romeo and Juliet commit outrageous acts that ultimately ruin their lives, all in the name of love. In William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, impulsive passionate love leads to tragedy, which proves that love can drastically and negatively destroy people’s lives. In the play, Romeo and Juliet’s secret love for each other causes suffering and death in each other as the lives of characters careen out of control in unexpected ways.
In William Shakespeare’s world-renowned play, Romeo and Juliet, Friar Laurence, Romeo, and fate contribute to the tragedy of the play, the tragic death of Romeo and Juliet. Friar Laurence is one of the primary causes of the tragedy due to his easily persuaded attitude and good-hearted nature. Romeo’s role in the tragedy is a result of his romantic yet impulsive nature. Fate plays the most significant role in the tragedy for the reason that fate ultimately has complete control over the events that occur and the timing in which the events occur. Friar Laurence’s character plays a significant role in the tragedy because of his easily persuaded and good-hearted nature.
It’s clear that Shakespeare uses foreshadowing through Romeo and Juliet. Was this a good strategy? , what use does foreshadowing deliver to the audience? , did this method help the reader connect to the writing? I believe this is a beautiful way to make the audience more interested in the story.
A good trustworthy man of the town, a man of God a priest. Who just wanted to help two families stop fighting. He did as he intended, but in the process two young people in love had to die for it to work. Many of the characters in William Shakespeare’s tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, do things that contribute to the deaths of both Romeo and Juliet. In my opinion Friar Lawrence was the most responsible for their deaths.
In The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, a great feud centuries-long between two families is the root of much violence, tragedy, and sorrow leading to the demise of the two main protagonists and many others. The Capulets and Montagues have been fighting and causing unnecessary death in the streets because of their feud for centuries. Friar Laurence knowingly married Romeo and Juliet even though they are both part of the feuding households and he did not inform anyone about this marriage. Also, Romeo and Juliet made terrible choices leading up to their untimely death. Friar Laurence, the House of Capulet, the House of Montague, and the sprightly couple of Romeo and Juliet all guiltily contributed in the sorrowful result of the situation, Friar Laurence
Fated to Ignore The American president Franklin D. Roosevelt once said, “Men are not prisoners of fate, but only prisoners of their own mind.” Roosevelt reveals the idea that only man has control of his life. Romeo believes otherwise. He drops the reins of his life and expects fate to take over, when, in reality, fate does not help him and eventually his decision to surrender his life to fate becomes the reason of his demise.