In order to try to see Romeo again, and avoid marrying County Paris, a match that her parents set up because they didn’t know about Romeo, Juliet decided to fake her death. She figured that if everybody thought she was dead, then she would be taken to a tomb, and Romeo could meet her there. Romeo was not notified of Juliet faking her death, so when he saw Juliet lying dead at her grave, he was extremely upset. Romeo said that “ I still will stay with thee, And never from this palace of dim night Depart again(Act 5 Scene 3 lines 115-117).” Romeo killed himself, because he was in too much of a rush to wait for Juliet to wake up. Had he actually stayed with Juliet, he would have seen that she was still alive.
Don’t say “banishment.” When he got banished from Verona, he and Juliet couldnt see eachother anymore. They had to of come up with a plan to try to see each other and live their lives together. Which ended with them killing themselves when the plan went wrong. In a count of all of Romeo’s actions it is his own fault for his and Juliet's
The first reason why Friar Laurence is to blame is because he married Romeo and Juliet. After they decided they wanted to get married right away, Romeo and Juliet go to Friar’s cell to get married. Friar first questions the love because Romeo was in love with another women only a few hours ago. He only agrees to marry them because he thinks it will end the family tension. “In one respect I’ll thy assistant be; / For this alliance may be so happy prove / To turn your households’ rancor to pure love” (II.iii.90-92).
A few examples of these are when we know who Romeo and Juliet's parents are when they meet but they don’t, when the audience knows about the marriage but no one else does, and when we know Juliet is faking her death but no one else does. When Romeo and Juliet first met they had no idea that they were on oppisite sides of the Capulet and Montagues fued. They met and ended up falling for each other before learning their true identities. For example when Romeo learned that Juliet was a Capulet he responded “Is she a Capulet? O dear account!
Many people think that the people who acted and who lived with them are the ones to blame. For example, nurse was the one to blame, because she helped Juliet to get married to Romeo and she met Romeo to discuss the marriage with Juliet without Juliet’s parents knowing about the marriage. One evidence that supports my argument is “Then hie you hence to Friar Lawrence’ cell; There stays a husband to make you a wife. Now comes the wanton blood up in your cheeks: They’ll be in scarlet straight at any news. Hie you to church: I must another way” (II.v.70).
Last, Friar Laurence played a huge role in the lovers’ death by uniting Romeo and Juliet and forming a plan to keep them together, hoping to end the feud between the two families. For instance, after the death of Mercutio and Tybalt, Friar was still unaware of the consequences of Romeo and Juliet 's marriage. Instead, he continued his effort in uniting the lovers. The plan he concocted for uniting them was perilous and ill- conceived. He decided to fake Juliet 's death in order to help her out of her bind and unite her with Romeo in Mantua.
While Romeo was known for his impulsiveness, it didn 't go to help him out later on. Romeo had been convinced to sneak into the Capulet 's party, and would then lock eyes with a girl that he will forever be in love with. An analysis of Romeo’s character in the play Romeo and Juliet, reveals that his fatal flaw was his impulsiveness due to him falling in love and marrying Juliet, becoming a murder after he had killed Tybalt and Paris, and him killing himself. One reason why Romeo was impulsive was because he had fallen in love with Juliet at first sight. A few days prior, he was love sick about Rosaline, and confessing his love about her, but the moment he set eyes on Juliet, he was struck with love once again.
Romeo was deeply in love with Rosaline and wanted to be with her and get married. “For beauty starved with her severity…She is too fair, too wise, wisely too fair, to merit bliss by making me despair: She hath forsworn to love, and in that vow…” (Romeo and Juliet 1.1.210-214) Romeo thought that Rosaline was everything he was looking for. Rosaline on the other hand did not care for Romeo, or from what the play tells us. Romeo moved on past Rosaline at a party the Capulets were throwing. If Romeo had not moved onto Juliet many, if not all, characters would have still been alive.
Juliet wanted to be with Romeo and she would stop at nothing to get him so she went and talked to Friar Lawrence to get a poison that would make her seem dead so she wouldn’t have to marry Paris. Juliet could have just left and been with Romeo there is no difference between her faking her death and leaving. Juliet could have made better choices, but she was too young and hadn’t known any better. Juliet and her parents are not the only reasons behind why the story ended the way it did. They had a lot to do with it, Every character in the play had something to do with why the play ended the way it did.
In theory, this should have caused Juliet to feel pure hatred towards Romeo. Ironically, Tybalt 's death brought the couple even closer together in love. However, the Capulet family did not know of the secret relationship and wanted to put Romeo to his death. Tybalt 's death affected each member of the Capulet family and moved the plot closer to its tragic ending. As Tybalt 's legacy, Romeo was exiled from Verona, and for a time, could not see Juliet anymore.
“O happy dagger, this is thy sheath. There rust let me die” What lead Juliet to say these words, and who is to be blamed for her and Romeo’s deaths? Romeo and Juliet meet for the first time at a party for the Capulets, Romeo should not have been there, but he is trying to get over his first love. When the two meet they fall in love instantly. The two get married without telling anyone.
Friar Lawrence also knew that Romeo and Juliet had only just met and that not even twenty-four hours before, Romeo was crying about Rosaline. The wedding led to their deaths because since they were already married, Juliet 's engagement to Paris led to a chain reaction of unfortunate events. Friar Lawrence might not have given Juliet the potion if he wasn 't put in the situation of marrying the same girl twice, then they could have avoided the whole double suicide. If they weren 't married things might have gone very differently, Juliet might have talked to her parents or she might have found that she actually liked Paris and could move
Many characters in the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet are to blame for their deaths, because of reasons of fate or perhaps actions of other characters. However, the characters are not to completely blame for the tragedy for they were just a fragment that led up to the events. The feud between the families only made the couple 's love somewhat impossible, thus only an obstacle in their path that they themselves worsened. Had both lovers respected their families wishes the whole tragedy wouldn 't have happened and the casualties of the affair would 've still been alive. In other words, the ones to blame for this incident is Romeo and Juliet themselves, their hasty decisions led to conflicts, led to the deaths of others and ultimately causing the deaths of theirselves.
“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.
Romeo 's impulsive behavior and perilous love for Juliet proved to be fatal for both of them. If he had been loyal to the Montague family, and resisted his risky love for Juliet, he would have saved both of their lives. In addition, his extreme, unbridled passion for Juliet put both of them in danger. Even though Romeo was primarily responsible for their deaths and others, Friar also contributed to the deaths of both Romeo and Juliet. By allowing Romeo’s persuasive words and undying passion for Juliet to persuade him to go along with the wedding, he put them both in a risky situation which led to their demise.