Mercutio wouldn’t have ever overheard and both him and Tybalt would still be alive. If not for the feud, then all, expect maybe Paris would be alive, well and happy, just the way a happy story should end. Only, this isn’t a happy story. This is a tragedy. One of the saddest tragedies to ever be told, of the fair Romeo and beautiful Juliet.
Thus Juliet would not kill herself because Romeo is dead. So, Friar Laurence made some poor choices involving Romeo and Juliet’s relationship inevitably making him partially
”(Shakespeare. 793. 34). They didn’t always think about the actions they were making, they just did what they felt was right in the moment. These rash actions were most of the time things that spanned to death without each other, if they hadn’t done this thee plan would have worked and neither would have died. If they would have just waited for explanations.
Because of Romeo’s impulsiveness, we see how impulsiveness affects his future, what it does to his family and his lover, Juliet, and finally revealing the final tragedy of the play. Romeo’s impulsiveness reveals how his love story ended up as a tragedy. He always acts without forethought, like when he first met Juliet in Act 1, Scene 5. All Romeo cared about was how he wanted to be with Juliet the rest of his life, and ignored the fact that conflicts may occur because she’s a Capulet. When Romeo first met Juliet, he kissed her, which was a very impulsive idea
Lord Capulet stopped Tybalt from attacking Romeo at the party but didn't follow up. At the party lord Capulet could have told Tybalt that he shouldn't start anything and ruin his party or he will get in trouble. Instead, he said don't do anything at the party but he fought later which then cause both himself and Mercutio to duel and then both of them ended up dead.
So if the feud wasn’t there then Tybalt wouldn’t have died, Romeo wouldn’t have been banished, and Juliet would never had to go to the friar. Meaning they would have lived. Many might think it was Friar Lawrence's fault because he gave Juliet the potion and plan in the first place. But again, like before, Juliet would have never had to come to him if the feud wasn’t there.
The Problems of Pursuing Your Own Personal Desire Chase Broderson Throughout the play there were multiple problems that occurred because of Romeo pursuing his own personal desire. Instead of thinking about what he was going to do he went ahead and made big decisions without considering the consequences. If Romeo would have thought about what he did everything would have had a different outcome. For example, if he would have thought about the consequences of killing Tybalt and not done it he would not have gotten banished.
Friar should have taken a bigger role in his plan and gave himself more responsibilities. There was a lack of communication between Romeo and Friar Laurence because he didn 't speak to him right before he left for Mantua only the night before. In addition to that Friar also should have warned Juliet about anything that could have went wrong and not manipulate her into thinking it was going to be easy. If Friar Laurence would have not been so worried about covering up his mistake of marrying them when he knew it was not approved of he would have been thinking clearer and the friar could have made a better plan that was not so complicated, If it wasn 't for that Romeo and Juliet would still be
Romeo falls in love with the beauty of women and doesn 't even get a chance to get to know them. While Juliet doesn 't want to be married, for fear that her marriage will be like her parents, where there 's no love expect for their child. So Romeo and Juliet aren 't model citizens and have their flaws and they both seem to leap before looking. Both Romeo and Juliet seem to act hast in their desertions, which,
If this hadn’t have happened, then many of the events that transpired afterwards, such as Tybalt’s death and Romeo’s banishment, wouldn’t have happened. Yet, Romeo was not the only one to shoulder the blame for his and his lady’s downfall. The next character that is most to blame
Friar Laurence is at blame for Romeo and Juliet’s death because he made many mistakes that he could have avoided himself. The first mistake is that he trusted someone else to give Romeo the note that explained
Is it a decision or is it fate? In Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare there were a lot of bad decisions that led to the ultimate tragedy of Romeo and Juliet 's suicide, but fate in Romeo and Juliet was them seeing each other at the party and falling in love at first sight. Fate might have a way in our life, but you make those decisions that might not be good. It can be argued that was fate the caused the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. For example, If capulet 's servant could have read the invitation list Romeo would have never found out about the ball and never would 've met Juliet.
This was where the Prince said “If you do not stop these outbreaks, you’ll pay with your lives.” Although the Capulets and Montagues tried to keep their hatred to themselves, Mercutio and Tybalt, the young people of each house, did not. The reason the family feud killed Juliet Capulet was because if the feud had not existed, Romeo and Juliet could have lived in peace and harmony. Furthermore, had the feud not existed, Friar Lawrence would not have had to keep their marriage a secret.
The fact that Romeo and Juliet where each from families that hated the other guaranteed they were doomed from the second they laid eyes on each other, so here death is the fault of the parents. In a way, if the Montagues and Capulet’s could’ve just been friends, all these deaths could’ve been avoided. Therefor the deaths were the parents were the parents fault, not the Friar’s. This is not accurate, because even if the families were best friends, Lord Capulet would have still wanted Juliet to marry Paris not Romeo , and they woul have gotten in a feud
At the end of the play, both Romeo and Juliet are dead. Their death are the result of many different events and decisions. The prohibited wedding of Romeo and Juliet couldn’t have happened without Friar Laurence. First of all , Friar stupidly agreed to marry Romeo and Juliet, even though he knew it will cause later problems. In the beginning, Friar shows that he has tiny ambition of their marriage to perhaps work even the tiniest bit.