The audience and a few others are aware of it but many in the play are not. This rings true when Tybalt tries to fight Romeo. Tybalt calls him a villain and Romeo responds by saying “Tybalt, the reason I have to love thee Doth much excuse the appertaining rage.” (III.I.58-59)He is saying we are supposed to be friends, You don’t know why but this is the reason I will not fight you. Also If Juliet’s parents were aware of the marriage they most likely would not have made her marry Paris. Juliet having to marry Paris was what inspired the plan that led to Romeo and Juliet's untimely demise.
Romeo compares his lips to “two blushing pilgrims” and Juliet as a “Holy Shrine”. This kind of imagery is in constant in this scene as Romeo woos Juliet. Romeo and Juliet also speaks to each other in sonnets for this part. This shows that Romeo is in love with Juliet. This shows that this is not like the love that Romeo had for Rosalind which seemed to be a silly crush.
Juliet’s parents, especially Lord Capulet, should be punished for the death of Romeo and Juliet. When Lord Capulet tells his daughter about his plans for her marriage with Paris, she refuses and he tells her,
Juliet is now forced to drink the vial a day early. In the story Paris is talking to Friar about why capulet moved the date of the wedding up a day. Paris says to Friar, “ That she do give her sorrow so much sway, and his wisdom hastes our marriage, to stop the inundation of her tears.”(4.1.10-12) Once Juliet was forced to drink the vial early, this was rushing the marriage of her and Romeo. When Romeo first saw Juliet, he immediately loved her for the way she looked. Not her as a person.
If Juliet had known who Romeo was, she probably would not have fallen in love with him. It is fate of how they met and fate could not have been changed or controlled. The love of Romeo and Juliet was destined to be destroyed. It is tragic that both these people had to die. If the Montagues and the Capulets had not been feuding, and if the Nurse had not betrayed Juliet, the events of this story might have been different, although fate could not be changed.
“Falling too fast only ends you up with love that won’t last” (Cecily Morgan). In Act Two, Scene Two of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Juliet expresses her initial feelings about her love for Romeo after their first encounter at the Capulets’ party. The purpose of Juliet’s monologue is to convey that love changes an individual’s character and the conception of love at first sight is questionable. Love is a powerful idea that can sway personalities in order to capture the attention of prospective mates. For example, Juliet tells Romeo how her words from earlier that night cause her to blush and she says that she will gladly, “dwell on form… deny / What I have spoke: but farewell compliment!” (2.2.92-93).
The individuals who are responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet are Juliet’s parents, Friar Lawrence, and Juliet herself. First and foremost, we shall blame Juliet’s parents for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. One example that can help prove this is in Document B in which Lady Capulet talks to Juliet about marrying Paris. In Document B, Lady Capulet says, “The night you shall behold him at our feast”. This quote demonstrates how Lord and Lady Capulet want her to meet Paris so that they can see each other, but instead, she encounters Romeo.
She tricked them by taking it apart every night so she would never finish and would get some time for Odysseus to arrive. Homer says, “So every day she wove on the great loom / but every night by torchlight she unwove it; / and so for three years she deceived Akhaians.” (II, 112-114). In this quote, it shows in detail what and how long Penelope tricked the suitors into waiting for her. Much like Penelope, Juliet had an offer for someone to marry her after Romeo left. Paris offers to marry Juliet and her dad finally chooses himself that she will and sets a date.
In William Shakespeare 's Romeo and Juliet both the Capulets and the Montagues make several mistakes, but there is one person most responsible. Juliet 's father, Lord Capulet, is most to blame for the events that occurred and for his daughter 's death. Romeo would have never met Juliet if Lord Capulet had kicked him out of the party. In scene 5 of act 1 Tybalt recognized Romeo and instead of dueling him, Lord Capulet said to leave Romeo alone. Even if Lord Capulet thought that Romeo was not going to cause any problems he should have still kicked Romeo out, because he was not invited.
I suppose that Mercutio was trying help Romeo get over Rosalina, since he delined him. This was a the personification in about Benvolio Madam, an hour before the worshipped sun. Peered forth (Act 1, Scene 1, Page 7). This was in the start of the Romeo and Juliet play. Lady Montague talks to Benvolio about Romeo about his whereabouts.
The second most important reason that causes the demise of Romeo and Juliet is that fate was involved. The chorus in the script of Romeo and Juliet describes them as “a pair of star-crossed lovers” (pg. 483). Star-crossed lovers mean love that is doomed to fail, so they had the fate that their love was doomed to fail. Another example of fate in the story is when Romeo sees Juliet at her (Capulet’s) party and the first thing he asked himself was “my heart love till now?” (pg.
Romeo and Juliet fell in love within mere seconds, without contemplating the consequences the love may cause. Willing to “Deny thy father and refuse thy name,” Juliet sacrifices her family for the adolescent romance (2.2.37). Passion blinds Juliet from reality, causing her to disregard their family complications. The young love promotes Juliet to risk her family for this young infatuation she possesses with Romeo. Ever since they laid eye’s on one another, Romeo and Juliet continuously formulate careless decisions, such as determining to get married.
By allowing Romeo’s persuasive words and undying passion for Juliet to persuade him to go along with the wedding, he put them both in a risky situation which led to their demise. 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
In the play, William Shakespeare develops a story where Friar Laurence is to blame for the tragic deaths of Romeo and Juliet. This play is about two star crossed lovers, Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet. After days of them meeting they were decided to get married. Romeo persuades Friar Laurence, who is the priest of their church to marry them as soon as possible. The Friar agreed; thinking their families would learn to love and accept each other.