As Romeo get to Juliet 's tomb, Paris, the guy Juliet was set up to marry was also at her tomb spreading flowers over her grave and paris notices Romeo. Paris recognizes Romeo as the man who murdered Tybalt,which led to Juliet suicide,Paris thinks that Romeo must have come to some dishonor the capulets. They both draw their swords and fight and romeo ends up killing paris. Romeo finds Juliet lying peacefully, and wonders how she can still look so beautiful he begins speaking saying he wants to spend eternity with her then states. “ Here’s to my love!
Throughout the play, readers observe the many obstacles Romeo and Juliet endure in pursuit of love. In Act 3, Scene 5, Romeo and Juliet meet for the last time following Tybalt’s death, sharing their last precious moments together. Soon after, Romeo threatens to kill himself with a knife in front of the Friar after he is banishment from Verona and his love. Romeo says, “Thou canst not speak of that thou dost not feel. Wert thou as young as I, Juliet thy love / An hour but married, Tybalt murderèd / Doting like me, and like me banishèd / Then mightst thou speak, then mightst thou tear thy hair.
“Sin from my lips? O trespass sweetly urged! Give me my sin back (1.5.109-110).” He is saying that he wants Juliet to love him without knowing who she is.How else will they disobey his advice at all? 3rd point: They need to learn the lesson because Romeo gets into a fight with Tybalt after he killed Mercutio.Romeo loses his best friend but doesn’t think about his wife. Romeo is emotionally confused so he says, “Either thou or I, or both, must go with him (3.1.91).” Romeo just kills his wife's cousin without thinking how she would feel or what would happen.
The controversy surrounds his actions that he took during the play that ultimately lead to the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. To set off the chain of events Friar Lawrence agrees to marry Romeo and Juliet in secret. This would cause lots of problems in the future because Romeo is exiled. To reunite the couple Lawrence gives Juliet a poison that will make her appear dead so that Romeo can return, and take Juliet back to Mantua with him where they will live happily ever after. Since Romeo is in Mantua they have to send him a letter telling him about the plan.
Meanwhile, Juliet’s father had made plans for her to marry Count Paris, upon her refusal, he threatened to turn her out. Juliet was faced with a horrible dilemma, to abandon her one true love or to face her father’s wrath and live out the rest of her days as a street urchin. In her plight, she turned to the friar that married Romeo and her, who devised a plan to allow them to stay together. He gave Juliet a potion that made her seem dead temporarily, she drank it and was laid in a tomb. Romeo found out about her supposed death before the friar could tell him of his scheme and rushed to her side.
In the prologue, before Act One, the Chorus states that “a pair of star-cross’d lovers take their life” (Prologue 5). Shakespeare tells the audience that Romeo and Juliet’s love will not survive, much less themselves. He foreshadows their deaths and the destruction of their love for each other. Romeo and Juliet’s love is already doomed to fail. When Romeo is leaving Juliet’s balcony, Juliet notices, “Methinks I see thee, now thou art below, / As one dead in the bottom of a tomb” (III.
She feels distressed about Tybalt’s death but cannot charge her husband, Romeo, as a murder. She is torn between Tybalt’s death and Romeo’s banishment but decides for Romeo. Romeo turns to Friar Lawrence and claims that being banished from Verona is far worse than being death. When Juliet’s nurse arrives and tells about Juliet’s sorrow, Romeo feels guilty and wants to commit suicide but Friar Lawrence stops him. Romeo and Juliet should be given their wedding night however as soon as dawn is creeping its way Romeo should leave for Mantua.
(IV.I, 67-68)” Juliet is telling Friar Lawrence that if he takes too long to speak that the only solution for her dilemma is death. Here Juliet is exercising her free will to kill herself, instead of marrying Paris which is her fate. So the Friar devises a plan to reunite her with Romeo and gives her a vial of liquid to make it seem as if she is dead. Juliet rejoices by telling the Friar, “Love give me strength, and strength shall help afford. /Farewell, dear Father.
When Tybalt kills Mercutio, Romeo accepts that Mercutio is dead and in the heavens but then he goes against the gods and kills Tybalt as well, “Either thou or I, or both, must go with him” this is one of the greatest foreshadows of the ending because Romeo accepts the heavens in part but also denies them a little (III.I. 134). Another example of this is when Juliet is learning of Romeo’s exile. She knows there is nothing she can do about it except kill herself and she alludes to doing exactly that in the last scene, “And that bare vowel “I” shall poison more” she instantly realizes she cannot live without Romeo and she is prepared to do anything she needs to in order to be with him, even though she accepts that this is what the gods had set forth for her
In the play, Romeo and Juliet, fate affects many themes throughout the story. The theme Love vs Lust is one of those themes affected by fate, which lays the play out for Romeo and Juliet. In the beginning Romeo is in love with Rosline but then it all changes. When Romeo sees Juliet for the first time and fate has them “falls in love” (pg 1014,line 46-49)
Through Juliet 's conversation of Romeo and Tybalt with her mother, Shakespeare again reveals that love is closely followed by violence. Juliet’s mother enters Juliet’s room the moment after Romeo leaves. She speaks with Juliet about her plans to kill Romeo. During their conversation Juliet speaks of Romeo in a loving way without Lady Capulet noticing. Lady Capulet asks if killing Romeo will make her happy and Juliet replies saying “Indeed, I never shall be satisfied / With Romeo till I behold him—dead— Is my poor heart, so for a kinsman vexed” (3.5.98-100).