When marrying Romeo and Juliet, Friar Laurence decides to “make short work” of the ceremony (Shakespeare 2.6.35). By rushing into the marriage and focusing only on the feud, Friar Laurence neglects Romeo and Juliet’s feelings, which prevents him from recognizing the mistakes of the marriage. He does not understand the extent of Romeo and Juliet’s love and is unprepared for the actions they will take to be with each other and the problems their love could create. If he had taken the time to understand what all of the consequences of the marriage would be, he could have prevented Romeo and Juliet’s deaths, thus proving the great influence the Friar has over
Friar Laurence and Mercutio are to blame because when Mercutio was killed, Romeo avenged him. Once Romeo killed Mercutio’s killer, Tybalt, he was banned by Prince Escalus. Friar Laurence is also to blame for many reasons, one of those reasons being that he married the two thinking that it would end the feud and not their lives. One of the other reasons is that he married Romeo and Juliet too quickly, and did not think of the outcome besides ending the feud. Mercutio is to blame not for only getting Romeo banned but also for Romeo meeting Juliet.
Friar Laurence could have left everything alone and let Juliet get married to Paris. If Juliet really loved Romeo she would’ve ran to him and had an affair with him while she was still married to Paris. All in all, Friar Laurence is responsible for Romeo and Juliet’s deaths because he didn't make sure his plan went
Throughout the play "Romeo and Juliet," Friar Laurence is seen as a sympathetic character who tries to help the young couple. However, his actions and decisions ultimately lead to their tragic demise. The Friar's misguided advice and reckless behavior are the primary reasons why Romeo and Juliet died. Firstly, Friar Laurence should never have agreed to marry Romeo and Juliet in secret.
The Nurse and Friar Laurence is to blame. Friar Laurence was to blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet, because he married the two lovers secretly, failed to deliver the letter, and abandoned Juliet at tomb. To begin, Friar Laurence considered to be a holy man according to the the parents of the two lovers. Therefore conveying that the two families believed in him. He wedded the two innocent lovers without talking to their parents, creating chaos within their lives.
Have you ever thought “who’s fault is it really in Romeo and Juliet?” I think it is the Friar Lawrence, he’s most responsible because even though Romeo and Juliet came up with the idea marriage, the friar was the one who followed through with their idea. So first, he let them and married them. Second, he arranged Juliet’s fake death. Third he didn’t get the note to Romeo fast enough.
Friar Laurence is the first thing responsible for Romeo and Juliet’s demise. The first reason that Friar Laurence is guilty for this travesty are in 4.1.72,93,98 during the falling action of the play, this is when Friar Laurence gives
Friar Lawerence and Romeo and Juliet’s parents are the ones to blame when it comes to the death of Romeo and Juliet. Friar Lawrence, consumed in his impulse to end the feuding, consents to marry Romeo and Juliet. The Friar gets caught up in Romeo’s lustful request to marry Juliet. He ignores the fact that Romeo could easily stop loving Juliet like he did with Rosaline.
(NEED HOOK HERE) In William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, two star crossed lovers meet in Verona from rivaling families. Secretly married by Friar Laurence out of ambition to end the feud, problems emerge with the outcome of Romeo and Juliet taking their own lives. Romeo and Juliet acted rashly and were impatient for love, but dying alongside their deaths was the rivalry between their families: the Capulets and the Montagues. Friar Laurence is to blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet because he secretly married the two, presented the idea of Juliet fabricating her death to be with Romeo while providing the sleeping potion, and left Juliet isolated in the tomb out of fear of the guards.
People often get involved in situations that they should not. Even if they are just trying to help, there are always consequences that they did not anticipate happening. In The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, both Romeo and Juliet die. It could be argued that their immaturity could be to blame for their deaths but Friar Laurence initiates the events that lead to their death because he marries the two of them, not having a secure plan to let Romeo know that Juliet was not actually dead and leaving Juliet in the grave after she woke up. Friar Laurence marries Romeo and Juliet, being oblivious to all of the problems that they would encounter in the future.
Friar Laurence contributes to the events that leads to the lover’s deaths when he agrees to marry them after being angry at Romeo for loving the daughter of Capulet. FRIAR LAURENCE: “In one respect I’ll thy assistant be;/ For this alliance may so happy prove/ To turn your households’ rancor to pure love.” (2.3.98-100) As a result of Friar Laurence’s decision to marry the two, Romeo and Juliet’s fate is sealed. By choosing to turn the two households to pure love by marrying the star-crossed lovers allow this tragedy to
Peer influence could be a good thing, but have you experienced the negative side of it? Well in the novel, Romeo and Juliet, by Shakespeare, the author describes the tragic love between a boy and a girl from the Elizabethan Era. The tragedy being that Romeo, part of the Montagues, and Juliet, part of the Capulets, is that their families were rivals. Because of this, they decide to keep their love a secret from their parents and get together. Through this journey, Many other characters come into play and are influences to Romeo and Juliet, much of who are adults.
Of course, the Friar did all the actions without even slightly thinking about the results. He was present throughout Romeo and Juliet's lives; he united them, came up with a plan to keep them together, and was an ally throughout their tragedies. Nevertheless, Friar Laurence's foolish actions in marrying Romeo and Juliet, creating thoughtless plans, and his fear of committing sin, all contributed to the deaths of them. For instance, after the death of Mercutio and Tybalt, and Romeo's banishment, Friar Laurence was still not aware of the consequences of Romeo and Juliet's marriage. Instead, he continued his effort in reuniting Romeo and Juliet.
Have you ever made a decision that you thought was correct but it was wrong and affected everyone around you? In this book Romeo and Juliet written by William Shakespare, Friar Laurence is the one to blame for the death of Romeo and Juliet. He is the one who gave the poison to Juliet, he didn't make sure Romeo got the letter explaining him and Juliet's plan, and he did not try anything to help unite the two feuding families. Friar Laurence is the one to blame for the death of Romeo and Juliet because he is the one who gave the poison to Juliet and he didn't communicate his plan to Romeo. Juliet was unsure whether the friar was being honest with her about the sleeping potion.
The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet Friar is a liar… A Meddler…and irrational! That began the awful tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. We can say that Friar seems like an intelligent and reasonable man, however, have his actions prove otherwise! Friar is guilty because he married Romeo and Juliet in secret, thinking it would resolve the dispute between the two feuding families.