Romeo and Juliet died at the end of Act 5 of the play. The death of the two lovers had several reasons and people that lead up to this moment. The people that were the most responsible for the the deaths are three members of Capulet family. With the father, mother, and nurse to Juliet all having an influence by being unsupportive, uncaring, and uptight, they are to blame for Romeo and Juliet's deaths.
“And this distilled liquor drink thou off; When presently through all thy veins shall run. A cold and drowsy humor, for no pulse,” (S.S, pg. 453). Friar Lawrence quoted that he would help Juliet fake her death. This is why Friar Lawrence is the one to blame for causing the most trouble in Romeo and Juliet. Yes, there are many other characters in the story to blame, but Friar Lawrence helped with a series of events that led to Juliet's death.
Romeo and Juliet died tragically and unnecessarily. Many characters in the book bear responsibility for their deaths in part, including the Friar and even Romeo and Juliet themselves. However; their parents and in particular, Juliet's parents, bear the brunt of the blame for keeping the feud alive. The parents were a product of their upbringing and environment, and the times in which they lived.
In the play “Romeo and Juliet” written by William Shakespeare, Is about the two star-crossed lovers (Romeo and Juliet) dying over their love for each other. Friar John, Capulet and the family feud are to blame for their deaths. Friar John didn’t deliver the message to Romeo that Juliet wasn’t really dead and she was just sleeping, Capulet is passionate about Juliet marrying Paris so this puts too much pressure on her. If there were no family feud there would be no need to hide their love for each other.
Romeo and Juliet, thee most classic tragic love story about two star crossed lovers. Romeo and Juliet was written in 1597 by none other then the famous William Shakespeare. It is a play about two young star crossed lovers who suffer the outcome of centuries of a family feud, that will destroy their sanity. When reading the play you may ask whos fault was it? Who holds all the responsibility for this classic tragedy.
All actions are influenced. Whether it's you working harder to make someone proud, or doing something to make someone angry. There is always an outside influence. I believe that the Capulet and Montague family is this outside influence that caused Romeo and Juliet to end their lives. They had driven the kids to this horrible solution with their constant rivalry, endless pressure to be perfect, and their quickness to judge.
For centuries, people have debated about the right way of parenting, and finding a happy medium between passiveness and authoritarianism. However, time has shown that being either extreme could have a severe negative impact on a child. In Romeo and Juliet, a tragedy by William Shakespeare, both titular characters are raised under social constructs that cause their parents to set inflexible expectations and rules for their children. Due to this parenting style, their children are never able to develop necessary skills. Throughout the play, Shakespeare shows that strict parenting is destructive because it prevents children from developing decision making and socialization skills, and ensures that a child will become more rebellious as the parents’
Fathers are very important and a necessity to growing up. They teach leadership and responsibility. In the play, Romeo and Juliet, Mr. Capulet is a good father at first because he cares about his daughter, Juliet’s, Opinion. That all changes when he goes off the handle and becomes very selfish. My dad is very caring of my opinion, although sometimes he can get very mad at me.
In Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet, the young couple gets married when Juliet is fourteen years old. In the fifteen century, during Romeo and Juliet’s time, marriage at a young age was extremely common, whereas in modern times many people get married close to thirty. Age is not the only wedding custom that differs today. Unlike the fifteenth century, in today’s society people are able to marry anyone they choose, people marry for much different reasons, and what is expected from the couple’s families have changed. Romeo and Juliet shows that marriage in the fifteenth century is between a man and women, and must be approved by the two families coming together in matrimony.
Throughout this Shakespearean play the Capulets and Montagues hatred only gets worse. The two families both have strong desires to uphold their families pride which causes them to have many faults. In Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare shows how love is the cause of violence, how people are driven by pride, and how family feuds can ruin lives. The first fault in Romeo and Juliet is love is the cause of violence. Love was the cause of violence when Romeo was at the Capulet party.
The Capulets and Montagues are the most to blame for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet because of the rivalry. No one could let go of the long going fight from past generations into their own generation. Their parents were unable to see past the hate for one another to recognize what was happening between Romeo and Juliet. Both families were too busy trying to be better than the other family, because of this it caused them to loose their children that they loved so much. At the end they found out that fighting was useless because it only caused heartbreak and sorrow for their families.