Friar John In William Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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Furthermore, Friar John let himself be easily distracted from what was at hand. Even though he has possession of the crucial message that Romeo was supposed to receive, he still decided to make time for something else. When he was asked to visit the sick with another friar, instead of rejecting the request and continue to carry out the task he was given, he agreed to the proposal anyway and entered the house of the sick. His incautious choice gotten him quarantined in the building when he could be running the errand that was set out for him. This hindered his plan and he failed to get the message from Friar Laurence to Romeo in time. If only he committed to his plan just a little more, Romeo and Juliet 's death could 've been prevented.
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