Friar Lawrence To Blame For The Deaths Of Romeo And Juliet

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Who do you think is to blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet’s deaths? I blame Friar Lawrence for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet meet and they instantly fall in love. They arrange to get married and after they say I Do, Romeo gets banned from the town of Montua because he killed Tybalt the cousin of Juliet. Juliet goes to Friar Lawrence to set up a plan to get the two lovers back together. A little bit of miscommunication and things go very wrong. I blame Friar Lawrence for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet because he gave Juliet a potion and that is how the miscommunication started. The reasons why I blame him for this is because he trusted a young girl with a potion that had a chance of killing her, instead of making …show more content…

Friar Lawrence is to blame for this reason because when he was going to send the letter to Romeo telling him about the potion and telling Romeo that Juliet actually isn’t dead. He should have told his messenger that it was very important and needed to be there immediately. Instead the messenger missed Romeo because he was to late, and Romeo was already on his way to kill himself. I also think that Friar Lawrence should have delivered the message personally, then he could have told Romeo what the plan was and how Juliet is actually still alive. I also think that matters should have been dealt with differently and personally. I think this because they could have had a different way to handle the situation and telling the parents themselves that they are madly in love and want to get married even if they couldn’t but they would have been honest with their parents instead of taking things into their own hands and trying to handle things themselves and then they both wouldn’t have been dead and the ending wouldn’t have ended so …show more content…

He left because he didn’t want to be caught and there would have possibly been a punishment or suspicion so he left when he heard a noise. He also ran away when Juliet needed him the most and he didn’t stay for her and help her out, he just left. Another reason is because she killed herself. If Friar Lawrence would have stayed in the tomb with Juliet and kept his eyes on Juliet, then Juliet wouldn’t have killed herself and he could have stopped her before she did and she could have went and lived somewhere else for a while and would have made it through her grief without ending up killing herself. A quote from the book is, “Stay not to question, for the watch is coming; come, go, good Juliet, I dare no longer stay.” (5.3.

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