There are several people that could be blamed for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet however, Friar Lawrence is the one who is truly to blame for Romeo and Juliet's deaths. He is most to blame out of all people for many obvious reasons.Friar Lawrence is most responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet because he was the one who married the two lovers even though they weren't suppose to be married, gave Juliet this deadly potion,and he feels so guilty at the end which means he knows he's to blame.
Everyone makes bad choices throughout their lives resulting in unfavorable outcomes. Some choices are worse than others. William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet is filled with countless sporadic and careless decisions. A great number of these decisions were made by Romeo Montague, one of the main characters in the play. Romeo displays irresponsibility as exemplified in his decision to kill Tybalt in a fit of anger and to commit suicide in the name of love.
In the devastating romance, Romeo and Juliet shows an illustration of how young love is able to cause destruction, not only in their lives but also the people’s lives around them. It also shows how other actor’s thoughts affected the people close to them, but the main question is, who is responsible for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet? The death of Romeo and Juliet was not their fault but Friar Lawrence's. Friar is to blame, not only for one action that contributed to their death, but for three actions.
In dramatic literature, the characters are often responsible for the outcome. In Romeo and Juliet, guilt is drawn from every part of the play and affects the entire outcome of the play. Several characters are responsible for Romeo and Juliet's death. Those characters are the Capulets, Friar Lawrence, and Tybalt are all to blame for their deaths.
Romeo and Juliet’s suicides must leave someone to blame. The young couple killed themselves for what seemed like adequate reasons at the time, but in actuality weren’t the correct reasons they had thought, which led up to their deaths. This may lead you to believe that their suicides are only their faults, which in a way of course they are. It was their choice to do the damage done to themselves, but really when it comes down to it all, their suicides only lead fate to blame. When Romeo had thought that Juliet died, he no longer felt the need to be living. He drank poison and died on the spot. Juliet soon woke up and saw her love, lying dead. She then drew his sword and took her life away as well. Although Juliet’s cousin ,Tybalt, and Romeo’s
In the book Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, the reason for the death of Romeo and Juliet are due to the decisions of Friar Lawrence. A few decisions that Friar Lawrence had made to cause Romeo and Juliet's death was because he agreed to marry them, giving the potion to Juliet, and gave the letter meant to be sent to be Roneo to Friar John. If anyone is to blame in "Romeo and Juliet" as a conduit to the tragic demise of Romeo and Juliet, Friar Lawrence is that character.
In the play Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare, there was a tragic ending resulting in the deaths of the two main lovestruck characters, Romeo and Juliet. Every other character has a blame in their deaths. The character with the most blame, is Friar Lawrence because he married Romeo and Juliet secretly, gave Juliet a potion, and was a coward.
Once in fair Verona, a bloody feud took the lives of 2 lovers and numerous bystanders. The Montague/Capulet feud will forever go down in literary history as an ingenious vehicle to embody fate and fortune. In Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare uses foreshadowing, repetition, and symbolism to show the how the Montague/Capulet feud causes the inevitability of fate.
The person to blame for Romeo and Juliet’s death is Friar Laurence because he kept their secret and helped them be together. He was also the one who married them in hopes of ending the feud between the Capulets and Montagues. He also made many mistakes that caused his plan for Romeo and Juliet to go wrong. He trusted someone to deliver a note of great importance to Romeo, gave potion to Juliet, and he fled Juliet’s tomb instead of trying to help her. All of these mistakes would not have happened if Friar thought out his plan a little more.
Although there were many people to blame in the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Lord Capulet’s harsh decision for Juliet about her marriage makes her feel very desperate for a solution. Juliet then goes to Friar Lawrence for a plan, which resulted in her death. Therefore Friar Lawrence is to blame.
In William Shakespeare’s play, Romeo and Juliet, the tragedy is that the protagonists commit suicide. Their own rashness and impulsiveness lead them to their own destruction. Shakespeare blames the young couple for the outcome because the rushed everything and did not stop to think. However, as a reader, there are several other characters that are too blamed for Romeo and Juliet’s death. A character who could be easily blamed is friar Lawrence because he married the couple for the wrong reasons instead of stopping them and to guide them in the right direction. Also, toward the end of the play, his “master plan” that was supposed to fix everything fails horribly.
The theme of fate being responsible for Romeo and Juliet’s deaths in the play, Romeo and Juliet. Such as when Friar John was not able to enter Mantua, and transfer Friar Lawrence’s letter to Romeo. However, instances like this one are misleading, as the “star-crossed lovers” hold responsibility for their ultimate demise. Romeo and Juliet’s ultimate deaths were an inauspicious side effect of their own actions, rather than fate, because they were far too passionate, demonstrated suicidal tendencies long before their suicides, and made very brash decisions.
In William Shakespeare's play, Romeo & Juliet, there are many different characters that could be blamed for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. Some may say Friar Laurence is responsible because he helped Juliet fake her own death thus causing Romeo to take his life. Others may say it is the Prince’s fault for banning Romeo from Verona therefore, separating the two lovers. However, ultimately, it is both Romeo and Juliet’s fault for their tragic deaths. The biggest reason they are to blame is because they were the ones who both willingly took their own lives.
The second character responsible for Romeo and Juliet’s death is Romeo himself. Romeo is responsible for Juliet and his death because he makes rash decisions without thinking things through. At the beginning of Act Ⅲ, Mercutio and Tybalt get into a fight and Mercutio dies. Romeo avenge Mercutio's death by slaining Tybalt. The Prince of Verona has a rule that whoever kills or starts the fight, they will receive punishment. After the fight between Romeo and Tybalt, Benvolio states, “Romeo, away, be gone! The citizens are up, and Tybalt slain. Stand not amazed! The prince will doom thee death, If thou art taken: hence, be gone away!” Romeo responds, “O, I am fortune’s fool!”(Act Ⅲ SceneⅠ). Benvolio realizes Romeo killed Tybalt and tells him to be gone.
Do humans have free will? Or, is our every action decided on by other people? In reality, almost every decision we make with our own individual conscious. The play The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, is about two lovers, Romeo and Juliet, from rival families whose love caused unfortunate consequences for everyone around them. Romeo and Juliet were tragic heroes whose deaths are caused by their own faults and inability to make decisions without minor characters telling them what to do.