When Friar John returns Friar LaThe person at most fault for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet is Friar Lawrence. The Friar married the couple hoping for a good outcome but it came out in death and it was at fault of the Friar. The Friar had good intentions by helping Romeo and Juliet by getting married. The Friar thought things out and thought that them being married would end the family feud. The Friar is telling Romeo how the marriage could end the feud.
Romeo and Juliet is a play about star-crossed lovers. Romeo is apart of a high class Montague family; their rival is the Capulet family. Romeo falls in love with the daughter of Lord Capulet. They want to get married but they know that this will not be approved between their family feud. This is why they secretly ask Friar Laurence to marry them in secret.
In Beatdom #11, Zeena Schrek wrote “When we don’t put the brakes on our self-absorption, we have nothing stopping us from total self-destruction. We become the fruits of our actions.” Her words ring true in William Shakespeare's play, The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. In this cataclysmic tale,Romeo and Juliet, the children of two feuding families fall in love and become married in secret. A day later, Romeo is banished and against her own wishes, Juliet accepts a separate marriage proposal. In a desperate attempt to reunite them free of familial burdens, Friar Lawrence devises a plan for Juliet to fake her death and run away with her husband.
The Unfortunate Victims of Fate The teenage brain on love has proven to be a lethal addiction. In William Shakespeare’s tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, two star crossed lovers suffer from the consequences of their families’ blood thirsty feud. After falling for each other at a gathering, Romeo and Juliet are attached and seem inseparable, as displayed by their impulsive and thoughtless behavior throughout the play. Despite their efforts to escape the wrath of their quarreling families, The Capulets and The Montagues, the dread between the two houses proves too strong, as both lovers’ lives come to an end. With the tool of language and irony, Shakespeare highlights a set amount of characters who contributed to making this play come to a tragic halt.
As newly crowned king, Macbeth demonstrates similar ambitiousness to that of Lady Macbeth’s in earlier Acts, while Lady Macbeth becomes the more submissive of the two. The relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth before the Duncan’s murder, is best represented in Act 1, scene 7, when Lady Macbeth insults her husband for his apprehension about the Duncan murder. She relentlessly questions him saying, “Was the hope drunk/Wherein you dressed yourself? Hath it slept since?/And wakes it now to look so green and pale/At what it did so freely?” (1.7.35-38). The discussion between the married couple in Act 3, scene 2, signals the change in their relationship.
He wrote, “This have I thought good to to deliver thee, my dearest partner of greatness.”( Macbeth, Act 1, Scene 5, Lines 9-10) Macbeth knows that his wife will be in love with the thought of being queen. She tries to make Macbeth reach his potential by making him ashamed of everything that prevents him from being evil. When Macbeth arrives, she greets him as if she was already the queen. As the readers continue, they notice about how dangerous and deathly Macbeth and Lady Macbeth’s relationship can be. For example, the death of King Duncan.
In “Romeo and Juliet” most of the characters describe themselves in some way using indirect characterization. Shakespeare creates indirect characterization when he uses oxymorons, paradoxes, and juxtaposition to describe Romeo and Juliet’s complex “star-crossed” love. Through terms of contrast, Shakespeare characterizes Juliet as a loving, sweet, and passionate girl. Juliet is waiting for her wedding night and says, “... And learn me how to lose a winning match” (3.2.12). The juxtaposition talks about how Juliet is nervous, but excited about losing her virginity to Romeo the love of her life.
The conflicting families suspend the lover from loving harmoniously. As the story unwinds, the audience witnesses the obstacles the lovers undergo to be together. When Juliet receives advice for how to live happily with Romeo, she jumps at the opportunity and uses the Friar’s plan
Star-crossed lovers are meant to be split apart. In the tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare, one is able to witness how severe mistakes were neglected, and left unfulfilled, that led to the tragic passing of the two protagonists. Romeo and Juliet are from two families, the Capulets and the Montagues, who have past rivalries and do not associate with one another. Romeo and Juliet hurriedly marry each other, but because of their ill-fate, they eventually met their demise. Their death is caused not so much by their own flaws as by numerous obstacles in their path, which are created by other characters.
At the beginning of the play, there are two rival families and two lovers, Romeo and Juliet: “Two households, both alike in dignity, In fair Verona, where we lay our scene, From ancient grudge break to new mutiny, Where civil blood makes civil hands unclean, From forth the fatal loins of these two foes, A pair of star-crossed lovers take their life” (1.1.1-6) Romeo and Juliet like each other and decide to get married, but her father wants her to have an arranged marriage: “If that thy bent of love be honorable, Thy purpose marriage, send me word tomorrow, By one that I’ll procure to come to thee” (2.2.151-153). At the end of the play, Romeo and Juliet kill themselves and the rival families are no longer enemies: “Came to this vault to die and lie with Juliet. Where be these enemies? Capulet, Montague, See what a scourge is laid upon your hate, That heaven finds means to kill your joys with love!” (5.3.303-306). The theme of A Midsummer Night’s Dream is love should not be sought, it should be found.
Romeo and Juliet is a tragic love story written by Shakespeare, which shows two couple who are “madly in love” with each other. Both of them are also from different families and, unfortunately, both families are at war with each other. Romeo is 17 and already has his eyes set on Rosaline, and Juliet is already set up to be with Count Paris. They’re many reasons why Juliet killed herself, but mainly because of the events that led up to it. To be with Juliet forever and out of true love.