Since Friar John did not deliver the message, Romeo's messenger heard Juliet had died and Romeo went to see her. When he reached her tomb, he killed himself by drinking a potion. When Juliet awoke with Friar Laurence, who then left without her, and she stabbed herself. Some people might say Friar Laurence is not at fault for this because he might have thought she was following, but he still should have checked. Since the beginning of Romeo and Juliet, both Romeo and Juliet had been extremely emotional and overdramatic.
has Romeo go to a party that the Capulets were having and while Romeo was in search for the girl he supposedly loved named Rosaline but while finding out that she was not there he found another girl he had lay his eyes on. Her name was Juliet: “If I profane with my unworthiest hand this holy shrine, the gentle fine is these: My lips, two blushing pilgrims, ready stand to smooth that rough touch with a tender kiss . . . “ (Shakespeare act 1.scene 5.
When Romeo was exiled he wished for his own death , the Friar reminded him,” Thy Juliet is alive, For whose dear sake thou wast but lately dead.” (A3 S3 L152-153) Romeo was acting without thought and did not think about the grief he would cause Juliet if he killed himself. When the Friar also gave advice to Juliet when she threatened to kill herself because she had to marry Paris, the Friar stated, “Then is it likely thou wilt undertake a thing like death to chide away this shame.” (A4, S1, L81-82) The Friar scolded Juliet for not part in her responsibilities, and
Romeo shows his tragic flaw of immaturity by the fact the he bases his love on appearances/looks and falls in love without thinking about it. This default is shown in the beginning of the play when Romeo goes to the Capulet party. When Romeo first sees Juliet for the first time, he says, “Beauty too rich for use, for earth too dear...Did my heart love till now? Forswear it, sight! /For I ne'er saw true beauty till this night” (1.5.45-51).
They made the rashest decision of them all. Romeo thought that Juliet had died so he rushed to her grave. “There rust and let me die (5.3.183).” Juliet kills herself after seeing Romeo dead body by her coffin so she decides to kill herself. Which makes their parents learn a different that you should not judge a person by their name. They just ended up losing their
While Romeo was known for his impulsiveness, it didn 't go to help him out later on. Romeo had been convinced to sneak into the Capulet 's party, and would then lock eyes with a girl that he will forever be in love with. An analysis of Romeo’s character in the play Romeo and Juliet, reveals that his fatal flaw was his impulsiveness due to him falling in love and marrying Juliet, becoming a murder after he had killed Tybalt and Paris, and him killing himself. One reason why Romeo was impulsive was because he had fallen in love with Juliet at first sight. A few days prior, he was love sick about Rosaline, and confessing his love about her, but the moment he set eyes on Juliet, he was struck with love once again.
Who is to Blame for the Death of Romeo and Juliet William Shakespeare once said “These violent delights have violent ends, And in their triump die, like fire and powder, Which, as they kiss, consume”. This quote by William Shakespeare foreshadows the tragedy of two kids who took their life in The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet are forbidden to be together since their families do not get along. Romeo went to a party he was not supposed to go to and met Juliet and they fell in love. Juliet is at the age of marriage and her parents set her up to marry a kinsmen named Paris.
Through a hero’s journey, the ideals and character traits that help them achieve success ultimately grow stronger as they have increasing faith in these values. Within Romeo and Juliet, Romeo is dramatically impacted by his failure to win Rosaline’s heart. However, meeting Juliet is a major success for him as he regains his confidence and is more faithful in his thoughts and beliefs. Throughout the play, it is known that Romeo has strong feelings regarding love. Because he has had success in these area with Juliet, he is more confident and is more likely to show his affection.
His dwelling over his “love [for Rosaline], feel no love...”(Shakespeare, Act I, line:177) seems to take up all his attention, making him only want to talk about how glum he is rather than the carnage of the town after the fight between the Montagues and Capulets that happened just moments prior to his arrival. When he says this, he means that no matter how much he loves her, she is not interested and does not love him back. This gives insight
When Romeo seeks for Friar Lawrence’s help, in terms of the marriage with Juliet, Friar Lawrence warns Romeo that he is moving too fast and claims, “A young men’s love then lies/Not truly in their hearts, but in their eyes” (II.iii.71-72). Romeo bases his love based on the appearance of a person, instead of one’s inner characteristics. Also, he falls in and out of love easily. When Romeo receives a message about Juliet’s death, he immediately buys poison to kill himself. In addition, he doesn’t ponder the reason for Juliet’s death, but acts emotionally by drinking the poison, which leads to the tragedy.