This is because he always wanted to fight and kill and Montague when ever he got the chance to. Because he pushed Romeo to a point that he had to fight Tybalt and avenge Mercutio. Then Romeo killed Tybalt, which caused him to get banished from Verona. “Romeo, the love I bear thee can afford no better term than this: thou art a villain” (SS pg 427). Then because Romeo said that he loves Tybalt, so he took that as an insult and replied “Boy, this shall not excuse the injuries that thou hast done me.
When Juliet is crying over Romeo's banishment, her father tells her to marry Paris to make her happy again. Since Romeo has been banished Juliet fakes her death so she can run away with Romeo. All these examples of dramatic irony heightens the tragedy, and keeps the reader on
Romeo and Juliet fell in love and got married because of Romeo, knowing that their families would not accept the relationship, and that it may fuel the feud. In fact, deaths were caused by such unwise decisions taken by Romeo. There are many examples throughout the William Shakespeare 's tragedy Romeo and Juliet that illustrate the point that Romeo 's unwise choices lead to the six deaths in the play. Romeo is feeling melancholic because he is in love with a chist. He refuses to get over the one way relationship, so his cousin Benvolio helps him think through his thoughts.
In William Shakespeare’s timeless play Romeo and Juliet, two star crossed lovers are faced with great adversity as they hide their romance from their feuding families. As author James Lane Allen once said, “Adversity does not build character, it reveals it”. Romeo, a Montague, struggles to hide his love for the Capulet daughter, Juliet, from his family and friends. The challenge of lying to his closest companions, and going against his family’s ways to secretly marry Juliet causes Romeo to act erratically and carelessly. Throughout Act 3 Scene One, Shakespeare exposes the lovestruck Romeo’s mercurial nature and impulsivity through his thoughtless actions.
Later on in the play, Romeo and Juliet are talking about their relationship, and what they would have to do to get married. Juliet says this to Romeo, “Deny thy father and refuse thy name / Or, if thou wilt not, but sworn my love / And I’ll no longer be a Capulet.” Juliet is saying that Romeo would need to give up his Montague name for her to be able to marry him. This quote shows the power of the feud that the parents have put them in. The young lovers can’t get married because of their parent’s rivalry, and this sets up many of their problems created by their parents. The next reason that Romeo and Juliet’s parents are responsible for their death is that the Capulet’s threw an enormous party, and let Romeo in.
Sadly, in “defying” fate he actually brings it about. Romeo’s suicide prompts Juliet to kill herself, thereby ironically fulfilling the love’s tragic destiny. In conclusion, Romeo did love Juliet because he called her a holy shrine, he was determined to marry her as soon as he could and he took a poison vial just so he could be with her forever. This is a play of love and hate, and “Fortune and Fate.” In terms of fate, once the couple meets, there is no turning back. And the only problem that affects their “love at first sight” is not their love, but the hate of their
The paradox shows that Juliet is talking to herself but he cannot hear her. This means that Romeo is confused of whether or not she knows he is there. Romeo uses juxtaposition and paradox to show his love for Rosaline, and how he wants to love Juliet. This characterizes Juliet as perfect, and Romeo as loving. In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, juxtaposition, paradox, and oxymoron are used to create characterization.
Most people see William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet as a romantic love story of two teens who killed themselves for each other, but who is really to blame here? Friar Laurence is at fault for their deaths because he married Romeo and Juliet, did not have a good plan set up, and left Juliet alone in the tomb. One reason why Friar Laurence is at fault is because in Act Two, Scene Three, Romeo asks Friar Lawrence to marry him and Juliet secretly. Friar Lawrence told Romeo he had doubts because they had just met, also, Romeo had just been so in love with Rosaline the day before, and should wait. Romeo disagreed, and the friar gave in and married them anyway.
Not only does this particular threat of killing himself relate to him wanting to be in heaven with Juliet, it relates to separating from his family name. Later in the same act, Juliet is speaking to herself and is cursing the Nurse because the Nurse thinks that Juliet should marry Paris, “If all else fail, myself have the power to die” (Shakespeare III.5.242). Juliet is threatening to kill herself because she does not want to marry Paris. Instead, she wants to be with Romeo, but he is banished. Romeo and Juliet return this passionate and true love to each other because of the amount of love they have for each other.
Their parents ' trivial feud kill the thing they loved the most. In William Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet, the conflict between their parental figures leads to the tragedies in the play. The conflict between Juliet and her parental figures begins with Lord Capulet. Paris asks Juliet’s father for her hand in marriage. Juliet responds with “It is an honor that I dream not of” (1.3.72).