Romeo And Juliet Impulsive Quotes

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Since the existence of mankind there have been many romance stories that result in tragedy. Many of the outcomes in tragedies are influenced by various other characters and circumstances. In William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, many aspects contribute to the unnecessary suicide of the two star-crossed lovers. Not only do the characters display a lack of responsibility, but they are also impulsive and act upon assumption. The three characters who are guilty of causing the death of Romeo and Juliet is Tybalt because of his aggressive nature, Capulet for being unsupportive and Friar Lawrence for sealing Romeo and Juliet’s fate. The readers are able to first recognize the notable feud between the Capulet and the Montague household as a fight …show more content…

Another parallel of this quote in Tybalt's character can be seen in the scene of the Capulet party. Where Tybalt is ready to engage in physical violence against romeo. Even though Capulet stops Tybalt, his anger is not ceased. In act three scene one Tybalt arrives to challenge Romeo : “Boy, this shall not excuse the injuries/ That thou hast done me; therefore turn and draw.” (III.I.65-66) Regardless, Romeo does not wish to fight and instead tries to make peace with him because of his marriage with Tybalt’s cousin. The fact that Romeo is not willing to fight back enrages Mercutio and leads to Tybalt killing him. Which then results in Romeo avenging Mercutio and killing Tybalt. Romeo then gets banished which causes Juliet to seek help from the Friar and so forth. Tybalt had no real reason to kill Romeo, but he did and because of his actions, he causes a chain reaction that contributes to the death of Romeo and …show more content…

The Friar is one of the first people to know about the relationship of Romeo and Juliet. Despite knowing the consequences of the marriage between the two, he still agrees to marry them in hopes that the two feuding families will come together: “For, by your leaves, you shall not stay alone/ Till holy church incorporate two in one.” (II.VI.36-37). By marrying the two, the Friar seals the fate of the two lovers. Romeo is now Juliet’s husband. Later on, he does not wish to fight Tybalt. Due to the of the actions of the Friar, he is responsible for the lives of two people as well as

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