In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the actions of the characters are not only determined by fate, but also by human factor. “O! I am Fortune’s fool!” (I.iii. 147) Romeo blames his actions on fate, but throughout the story it is not only fate, but human factors including himself.
The Montagues and Capulets have a long-standing grudge. Nobody really knows how the grudge started. Tybalt had sent a letter to Lord Montague’s house asking for a challenge. All Tybalt wanted was to fight Romeo. I wanted Mercutio to leave the streets because it is hot and if we meet, we can’t avoid a brawl.
Incidentally, Romeo’s decision-making ability is blinded by his feelings for Juliet. Ultimately, this is dangerous because Romeo is in a position where he could be caught if he lets his guard down. During the ball, Tybalt notices Romeo attending because Romeo is clearly not being careful with his actions. Tybalt notices him and tells Capulet: “This, by his voice, should be a Montague. /
Capulet 't 's a tragic day for mine family. As death hath did strike us with the murder of mine nephew Tybalt. Anon me and mine family shalt grieve ov 'r his death as it been tragic. 5 Mine heart goeth out to mine only daughter yond is mourning ov 'r the death of that lady beloved cousin Tybalt. After the my nephew death
The person responsible of the six deaths Who would you select to be the most responsible for the six deaths? The majority of blame for the six deaths in Romeo and Juliet By William Shakespeare rest on Tybalt. There are many reasons why he should be held responsible because of his temper and having to much honor of family. The first piece of evidence for him to be held the most responsible is when they were in the Capulet’s party.
The term “common sense” is coined very obviously by fact that it describes knowledge that should be common, as the name suggests. In the context of the characters in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, most every person in verona must be considered unbelievably stupid by this standard. This is largely because of the way they all deal with situations and dilemmas that one would argue, a person with common sense, would not do in the same situations. The characters of romeo and juliet all act impulsively in passion without contemplating the reasonable alternative paths. In most situations, the passion based decision ends poorly.
Sometimes, parents make the wrong decisions for their children, but sometimes they over do it and cause some problems. Lord Capulet pressured Juliet into marrying Paris until the point where she drank a sleeping potion to escape it and then eventually killed herself. This is one of the reasons why Lord Capulet is the most to blame for the actions in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Lord Capulet was part of the reason why the feud continued. He really did nothing to stop it.
Romeo and Juliet happened in Verona Italy. They both came from different families the Montague and Capulet families. At the beginning servants from both of the families are engaged in a fight in the streets. That evening the Capulet family were gonna be having a party at there house. Romeo and his friend Benvolio ran into Peter a servant from the Capulets that had the list of names of the people who were going to attend the mask party and Romeo helped Peter read the list and he decided he wanted to attend the party.
The feud between the Capulets and the Montagues intensifies so much that people start murdering others. Benvolio and Mercutio talk while walking together, and Benvolio says that he and Mercutio should go home and avoid the drama with the Capulets. Ironically, Mercutio and Benvolio end up seeing Tybalt and a few other Capulets. Tybalt and Mercutio start to fight, but Romeo shows up and tries to stop them. He shouts, “Tybalt!
Romeo & Juliet Prologue: In the city of Verona, where the story of Romeo and Juliet took place, a long lasting hatred between two families with violence and the people stain their hands with the blood of the fellow citizens. Two unluckys teenagers from the enemy families fall in love and become lovers with a secret marriage and commit suicide. Their unfortunate deaths put a stop to their parents hatred and fighting. Setting: Romeo and juliet was set in 1996, the play was set in many public places around Verona during the play Verona is where the two families live.