Friar poorly times his plan and when he sends Friar John to send word to Romeo, he is unable to because he is quarantined because of the plague (DBQ Romeo and Juliet page 369). Everyone believes that Juliet is dead and when Romeo finds her asleep in the tomb, he drinks poison to save himself from his misery. If Friar would have planed to tell Romeo instead of Friar John, his plan may have been successful. When Romeo goes to the Capulet’s tomb and sees Juliet “dead” he drinks a poision and immediately dies. Shortly after, Juliet awakes from her slumber and also kills
She had taken to the potion to be reunited with Romeo and that hope is all ripped away the second she find Romeo dead next to her. Romeo and Juliet shows that decisions made with good intentions often have grave consequences. Romeo and Juliet shows that when people tried to help Romeo and Juliet's with their relationship to make it successful it ultimately turned out horribly. Like Newton’s laws, every action has an equal and opposite reaction the reaction seems to be rather on the negative spectrum of things with this particular
The first person to die is Mercutio, who is killed in a fight with Tybalt (Act III Scene I). This is a heartbreaking loss for Romeo, who then proceeds to fight and kill Tybalt as revenge. This leads to the banishment of Romeo, another tragic incident. After Romeo is banished, Juliet and the Friar devise a plan to ensure that Juliet will not be forced to marry Paris (Act IV Scene I), the suitor who Juliet’s parents want her to marry. To take the plan into action, Juliet drinks a potion that makes her appear dead (Act IV Scene III).
179-84). The Prince is angry that the feud between the two families has led to the murder of his relative. He tells Romeo that if he does not leave immediately and not return that he will be put to death. Romeo is not at all grateful that his life has been spared and says “There is no world without Verona walls, but purgatory torture, hell itself ...Then “banishment,” is death misterm’d. Calling death “banishment”.” (3.2.
Thy drug is quick.Thus with a kiss, I die and when Juliet wakes up from the potion and finds Romeo dead, she says her last words before she joins him to ‘’This is sheath; there, rust, and let me die.It is evident from this scene that hate is shown to be stronger than love because hate is the reason Romeo and Juliet died.The hate that their families had agencies each other was the cause of their death.If hate wasn’t stronger than love Romeo and Juliet wouldn’t have died.They wouldn't have to hide their relationship and marriage from their family. There are some people who argue that love is stronger than hate.This pain pieces of evidence would be in act two scene two when Romeo and Juliet stayed together even though their families hated each other.However, this argument simply is not valid because if love was stronger than hate Romeo and Juliet wouldn’t have died.Their parents hate each other, family wouldn’t have made Romeo and Juliet have to go to all the trouble of keeping their love a secret and end up dying because of their family hate towards each
Juliet, alone in her chamber, holds her vial of poison.The full gravity of the situation weighs heavy on her mind, and she expresses her fears in a moving soliloquy.What if the potion fails to work? What if the Friar has betrayed her and has given her real poison, so that no one finds out he disgracefully married her to Romeo in secret? Juliet quickly rules out these scenarios as impossible , but she still fears awaking in the stifling and gruesome vault next to the corpse of Tybalt, bloody and festering in his shroud.The horrors of her imagination overtake Juliet and she sees the ghost of Tybalt ready to seek out and kill Romeo.With a final cry to Romeo, Juliet drinks the potion and falls lifeless upon her bed. Downstairs the next morning, the wedding plans are moving ahead as scheduled.Capulet sends the Nurse to fetch Juliet while he visits with his future son-in-law. The Nurse rushes to Juliet 's chamber and finds her dead.Her screams attract Lady Capulet, who, upon seeing her dead daughter, cries "O me, O me!
Finally in Scene 5 when Romeo has learned that Juliet has died, Romeo wishes to go and die by her side. What Romeo doesn’t know is that Friar and Juliet planned to fake her death. This leads to Romeo going to her tomb and drinking poison to be with her in heaven. However, the audience knows that Juliet is faking her death. In conclusion, the addition of foreshadowing help add intensity to Shakespeare's plays.
Ultimately, Romeo and Juliet beautifully written play, that explores the tragedy of forbidden love through plot, literary devices and aesthetic features. In ACT 3, scene 1, Tybalt kills Mercutio and is killed by Romeo who is then banished by the prince, these events propel the play towards the tragic ending. The literary devices, pun and oxymoron, used by Shakespeare enhance emotions of the characters and furthermore adding to the tragedy. With aesthetic features such as foreshadowing and simile Shakespeare integrates a unique beauty into this tragic play of forbidden
By example, history’s dreadful suicide of Romeo and Juliet. The families’ feud led to their children’s deseace which resulted to end both of families’ heir to the throne. However, upon their deaths, the families made peace with each other. Furthermore, Juliet’s willing death created a statement for her love to Romeo ; she had rathered to die than to have married someone other than him. “What if it be a poison, which the Friar subtly hath ministered to have me dead, lest in this mariage he should dishonered, because he maried me before Romeo?” (4.3.
She mentions the night of Duncan’s murder when she says, “will these hands ne’er be clean [of blood]” (5.1.39). Her heart contains the guilt of all the evil deeds she has done, and her body is paying by not letting her sleep properly. The doctor says “Unnatural deeds do breed unnatural troubles” (5.1.65-65) referring to the trouble of sleeplessness Lady Macbeth faces from the unnatural deed of murdering many people. She is damned due to the feeling of guilt, which eats her up inside and causes her to lose sleep. This guilt is caused by all of the evil she does, and sees her husband do; ultimately, her sleeplessness is caused by the evil inside of her and around her.