In the play Romeo and Juliet, by Shakespeare, there are many important moments leading to the death of Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet’s fatalities at the end of the play were caused by a variety of actions, yet the trait of greed is the most prominent. The characteristic of greed is built into every character in the play. However, the characters are greedy in different ways.
Romeo, when he saw Juliet in the tomb, did not have to take the potion. He could have dealt with his grief and tried to move in, which would have given the play and entirely different end because Juliet was not dead. Romeo is such a dramatic love-sick character, however, that it would have been completely out of character for him to live without
Almost every character in the tragedy, Hamlet by Shakespeare intentionally or unintentionally deceives others by not showing who they really are or how they really feel. Hamlet is the greatest example of deceiving others because throughout the whole play he is never truly showing who he is or how he feels unless he’s alone and the audience or readers are the only ones who really know who he truly is. How ever what the readers and audience cannot decide on is whether or not hamlet deceives the other characters on purpose for a greater accomplishment or do the events that occur to him really change who he was in the beginning of the play. The plays main focus is based on hamlet’s way of viewing the other characters and how to make them feel like he wants them to feel. Hamlet deceives them so he can get everyone to think the way he wants them to think.
In the play Romeo and Juliet. This literature technique, foil is used between the characters Romeo and Mercutio. They talk to each other but are nothing alike. Romeo is more impulsive with his decision making. And never really thinks before he does.
(Shakespeare, act 4, scene 3). Although I feel that it is the Friar’s fault. I can see how some people would blame this all on the parents of Romeo and Juliet. Some would say that the parents never talked to there kids and never got to know them which in turn would mean that the parents would not be able to help the kids with any of their problems. Also one could say that the parents were very assertive and forced the kids into things such as Juliet to marry Paris.
This creates turmoil between the Darklings and humans because humans and Darklings are not supposed to be associated with each other at all. In addition, the Romeo and Juliet text expresses, “‘O Romeo, Romeo! wherefore art thou Romeo? Deny thy father and refuse thy name; Or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love, And I'll no longer be a Capulet’” (Act 2.2).
Romeo did not have to attend the party. He chose to and he met the love of his life which fate can take the blame for. Fate also can take the blame for Romeo just happening to be in the Garden when Juliet is professing her love for him. These events would not occur if fate was not relevant in this novel. In Scene one Romeo says “I fear, too early, for my mind
People inflict their own wounds during their life by the choices that they make, however these actions will eventually lead to life's pre-determined fate. I belive that the actions of Romeo & Juliet are primarily based on a pre-determined fate. In the very start of the play, the prolouge predicts Rome and Juliet's life together as having a "star-crossed" conclsion. So right out of the gate we know that Romeo & Juliet's lives had an ill-fated end.
Everyone acts on impulsivity in their lives, often times, bringing a sort of negativity. In the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, impulsivity is shown by all the characters, especially Romeo who acts on his feelings without thought for the majority of the play. Shakespeare shows impulsivity is a catapult for negative consequences in Romeo’s rush into marriage, readiness to kill Tybalt and his thoughtless suicide. Romeo and Juliet's marriage is nothing but impulsive. They become married not even a day after they meet because of their physical attraction to one another instead of actual love.
Meanwhile, Romeo acts on his own instincts without thinking about the consequences that are going to happen, and in the end it does not end up well. In Grease their friends are keeping them away from each other. Then in Romeo and Juliet their families are the reason that they could not be together. In fact, even Mercutio and Danny’s friends have some resemblance. They are always the jokesters of the group,
Even though both Romeo and Friar hoped for a happy ending with the Montagues and Capulets, it did not end up that way. Despite their good intentions, both characters contributed to the deaths in this tragic play. All of the mistakes made prove enemies can never be
If we were to remove Friar Lawrence there would be a happy ending, because Romeo would have got cheated on and then he’d move on to a different girl. The tragedies that happened in Romeo and Juliet are truly dark and depressing. Friar Lawrence is to blame for these events. He tried to change the feelings of people even though he was no professional who knew how the brain worked.
In Romeo and Juliet, the idea that the main characters have no control over their destiny is proven through the long existing feud between the families, Romeo and Juliet’s chance meeting and Mercutio’s and Tybalt’s deaths. The long existing feud between the Capulets and Montagues is one of the factors that Romeo and Juliet have no control over, but which influences their fate. Romeo and Juliet
Throughout the play Romeo and Juliet, Romeo is spontaneous when it comes to making decisions and does not think them through. Romeo had come to Lord Capulet’s party hoping to find Rosaline, but completely forgot about her when he saw Juliet: “My lips, two blushing pilgrims,
Predestination can initiate true love in individuals, which means that fate controls true love and it is inevitable. While some people think that fate has nothing to do with true love, there is evidence to prove that fate has a direct impact in initiating true love. Romeo and Juliet is evidence to the fact that fate can initiate true love because it says, “Some consequence yet hanging in the stars… By some vile forfeit of untimely death.” (Shakespeare 23)