Role Of Sacrifice In Romeo And Juliet

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“The greatest sacrifice is When you sacrifice your own happiness for the sake of someone else.” helping others and sacrificing the time to give someone else their happiness is great. In Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet certain characters in Romeo & Juliet have done good things to help Romeo & Juliet’s relationship. William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet shows how certain characters helped Romeo and Juliet achieve their goal by sacrificing. The three important things the characters did to help Romeo and JUliet’s relationship, the time Friar Lawrence made a plan to reunite the two-star lovers, the nurse helping Romeo at night also When Friar Laurence agrees to marry Romeo and Juliet.

Juliet was very anxious to see Romeo. Friar Lawrence's plan to reunite Romeo and Juliet wasn't gone as expected But I will write again to Mantua, And keep her at my cell till Romeo come.Poor living corse closed in a dead man’s tomb! (VI.ii.28-30) Friar Laurence had sent another Friar to give Romeo a letter that explains the plan, but Friar John wasn't able to send the letter because he was shut up in a quarantined house due to an outbreak of plague. Friar Lawrence becomes upset,
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Friar Lawrence agrees to get Romeo and Juliet married This was a happy day for Romeo and Juliet, So smile the heavens upon this holy act That after-hours with sorrow chide us not. (I.vii.1-2) Romeo asks Friar Lawrence to marry Juliet even though their family is enemies, he is very confused and against the idea, but eventually gets them both married because he thinks that it will cause an end to their family feud. The Montagues and the Capulets hated each other for a long period of time, by marrying the both young lovers he thinks that both families will be in peace. Friar Laurence has sacrificed by marrying both of them without any of their parent's permission. Therefore Friar Lawrence gets them married because of what he thinks might
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