How Does The Friar Fight In Romeo And Juliet

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In the story, “Romeo and Juliet” by Shakespeare, Shakespeare states, “The law that threaten'd death becomes thy friend”(3.3.185). The Friar attempts to help Romeo, by getting him to calm down, but in the end he makes Romeo more worried. The Friar tells Romeo that the law that he broke can help him, which would never happen. The prince banished Romeo and the family feud becomes even worse. Although the Friar tried to fix the feud, Friar’s dangerous and careless actions made it worse. In the story, “Romeo and Juliet” by Shakespeare, Friar Laurence’s relationship becomes destroyed by giving advice during Romeo’s situations. The Friar tells Romeo that he continues to move move too fast with someone he has just met. During this scene, the Friar sees Romeo as being unthankful for what he has been given. Friar Laurence states, “O deadly sin! O rude unthankfulness!”(3.3.37). The prince …show more content…

In the story, the Friar states, "For this alliance may so happy prove/To turn your households' rancour to pure love"(2.3.112-113). The Friar wanted the marriage of Romeo and Juliet to fix the family feud, but in the end it destroyed the families completely. The Friar could have easily veered away from this situation by saying no to Romeo, but he had to get involved. The Friar also states, "For this alliance may so happy prove,/To turn your households' rancour to pure love"(2.3.112-113). The Friar had a second plan that consisted of Juliet pretending to be dead for 42 hours. There were better plans of action than “killing” Juliet with a vial of liquid. The Friar quickly realized that the plan went downhill fast. They could not tell Romeo to come save Juliet because a plague had spread. Also, this lead to the death of Romeo, Juliet, Paris, and Lady Montague. The Friar’s careless plan failed, again, and with flying

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