The main cause for Juliet’s death was Romeo. From the beginning of the play, Romeo had many issues, such as his depression and his tendency to fall in deep infatuation, mistaking it for love. Based on the text, the audience is able to infer that Romeo used girls to fill his depression that his family was attempting to help him with. When Romeo went to Friar Laurence 's cell to speak to him about his love for Juliet, the friar made it known to the audience that Romeo was seemingly just as in love with Rosaline not long before. Romeo led Juliet to believe that he was exceptionally in love with her, when he most likely showed a pattern of this behavior in the past.
Forswear it, sight!/ For I ne’er saw true beauty till this night” (I., v, 52-53). He matured a lot because he was not sitting in his bedroom pouting, he was out trying to be a better person. In Act 2, Scene 3 when Romeo informed Friar Lawrence of his love for Juliet, the Friar replied, “Holy Saint Francis! What a change is here!/ Is Rosaline, that thou didst love so dear,/ So soon forsaken? Young men’s love then lies/ Not truly in their heart, but in their eyes” (II., iii, 65-68).
Everyone is dancing and having fun. Suddenly Tybalt, a nephew of Lady Capulet, and therefore a cousin of Juliet, Romeo learns in a hostile family representative. Signor Capulet stops hotheaded Tybalt, Romeo recognizing young noble qualities such as virtue and courtesy. Forced to accept externally, leaves Tybalt anger at himself. But Romeo did not notice anything.
This proves how hot headed Tybalt really is. Later, in Act 3 Scene 1, Tybalt demonstrates his unnecessary anger yet again. Tybalt says, “Thou, wretched boy, that didst consort him here shalt with him hence”. This shows that Tybalt will not hold back, since he brought up Romeo’s recently deceased friend, Mercutio. He goes even further, by saying that Romeo can die here where Mercutio was killed.
This “artificial night” is Romeo’s way of coping with his loss of not being loved back by Rosaline. Although Romeo’s emotions affect his vision of life they also affect his meaning of life. Romeo finds Juliet dead in the Capulet tomb, but not possessing the knowledge that she is not actually dead. He says, “Here's to my love! Drinking.
1. 132-7). Romeo immediately tells Tybalt he will fight him and that he himself, Tybalt, or the both of them will die. Romeo completely reverses how he was acting before when he slays Tybalt and this is yet another time Romeo could not control his impulsiveness. Certainly, Romeo can have much worse things happen to him.
After he is successful in blinding Polyphemus, he begins to insult him and even yells, “If any man on the face of the earth should ask you/who blinded you, shamed you so--say Odysseus,/raider of cities, he gouged out your eye,/Laertes’ son who makes his home in Ithaca!” (Homer, Book 9, 559-562). When Odysseus tells Polyphemus to tell “any man on the face of the earth” that he blinded him, he is expressing his need to have a reputation. The defeat of Polyphemus is positive reinforcement for Odysseus, encouraging him to continue boasting about his achievements. Throughout the journey to save her family, Alani has experienced success through being open-minded and brave. Through her kindness, she gains assistance from Vince, the shark and Hector, the turtle.
In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the couple absolutely demonstrates true love for one another. This is proven through Romeo and Juliet in the ending who has taken their life because they truly loved each other, Romeo and Juliet 's relationship difficulties because of Montagues and Capulets, and when Romeo killed Tybalt and was sent to exile but when Romeo hears about Juliet’s death, he went back to see Juliet one last time. True love has been shown in many romantic plays and books, however, in the play of Romeo and Juliet, true love is blind. The love that Romeo and Juliet shared was true as it has blinded them from the consequences of death. In the final stages of the play, Romeo drinks poison when he finds juliet dead and right after the death of Romeo, Juliet wakes up from her sleep, the first thing that she does is ask where Romeo is.
ROMEO: To make promises of true love. JULIET: I made them before you even asked. I wish I could take them back just to say them again. ROMEO: Take them back? Are you insane?
The letter was not nice, but full of charge”(Pg 83) through the text Friar laurence blames fate for Friar John not being able to deliver the letter to Romeo. This signifies that Friar Laurence means that the fate was a sign of bad luck, and it refers back to the prologue that Romeo and Juliet's love was fated to end badly from the beginning. It is presented like fate has been working throughout all of the play, sometimes in the knowledge of the characters, but other times it has been more hidden. Through this quote shakespeare implies that fate does not always have to be