Blame is the act of assigning responsibility to someone for a fault or wrong. People resort to blame because, it is easier to blame others instead of taking responsibility for the fault or wrong. Blame is a factor in Romeo and Juliet because, blame contributes to the death of Romeo and Juliet. Two key factors to blame that contributed to this tragedy are Tybalt’s actions against Romeo and Mercutio and Friar Laurence’s poor actions of marrying and planning the fake death of Juliet.
The playwright, William Shakespeare, writes a beautiful tragic story of two young lovers who face a devastating death in the end. In the play, Romeo and Juliet, the characters actions lead to a tragic death in the end. The two young couple face the threat of what would happen if anyone found out a Montague married a Capulet. So as the play comes to the end, Romeo and Juliet sacrifice themselves but who is to blame for this turn of events? The two lovers themselves or other characters in the play?
The story of Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare is a romantic tragedy about two young star-crossed lovers whose deaths stop their feuding families. Romeo, a Montague and Juliet, a Capulet fall in love at a Capulet party. They know that their families will not approve so they get married by Friar Laurence, a priest. Unfortunately, before their honeymoon night, Tybalt, Juliet’s cousin kills Mercutio, Romeo’s best friend which cause Romeo to avenge Mercutio’s death and Romeo kills Tybalt. This causes Romeo to be banished from Verona and sent to Mantua.
Romeo and Juliet The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet’s love story. The author of Romeo and Juliet is William Shakespeare, he wrote a play about two teens that had fallen in love. These teens’ family’s had a feud so they had to hide there love for each other. Even though Romeo and Juliet committed suicide, their untimely deaths are ultimately caused by the fate and family feud.
Is Romeo genuinely the one to blame for all the deaths that occur in Romeo and Juliet? Two teenagers (Romeo and Juliet), met at a party, and fell in love at first sight. They kissed and eventually married each other. People were killed and one of the teenagers (Romeo) was at fault for one of the deaths, and was supposed to be exiled. The other teenager (Juliet) took a potion to seemed dead for 42 hours, then was supposed to be saved by the other teenager, according to Friar’s “plan”.
In the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, there are many characters who are responsible for the death of Romeo and Juliet but Friar Lawrence is the character that is most responsible for their death. Juliet is a beautiful 13-year-old Capulet. Romeo is a handsome 16-year-old Montague. Their story takes place in the 14th century in Verona, Italy. The Montague and the Capulet families don’t like each other.
Have you ever been so in love with someone that you would fake your death just to be with them? In Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare, the character of Romeo is responsible for his and his newlywed wife Juliet's death, which shows that suicide is not always the answer There are many reasons that romeo is to blame for his own and the life of his newly wed wife Some reasons that Romeo is to blame is romeo went to the capulate ball On the night when Romeo and Juliet met Romeo snuck into the capulate ball.
Blame is the assignment of responsibility for a fault or wrong. Often times blame is assigned because people do not have the mental capacity to accept the true reasoning for which something has happened; as a result, opposed to finding a way one can better the situation, they attempt to find someone that they can hold accountable. In Shakespeare’s play, Romeo and Juliet, blame is a defining character, recurring within the play for many reasons. The deaths of both Romeo and Juliet had blame surrounding it, when in fact the only two to blame for their deaths were each other.
Romeo was in love with Rosaline but then he went to a party of the Capulets. Romeo wasn’t invited to this party but Romeo went anyways. When Romeo got to the party he saw Juliet the daughter of the Capulets and Romeo fell in love with her at the first sight. Romeo was in love with Rosaline but as soon as he seen Juliet his feelings changed very quick and shows he falls in love too fast and easily. Romeo is quick to falling in love too fast and because of that it is one of the reasons Romeo and Juliet are dead.
People make thoughtless decisions when they are overcome by emotion and the outcome of their decisions are unlikely to end well. This is a recurring issue in the play The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. The first poor decision made in the play is when Romeo is weeping over not being able to marry Rosaline, the love of his life. In an attempt to lift Romeo’s depressing mood, Benvolio creates a plan where he and Romeo will join the Capulet’s party so that Romeo’s eyes will be open and he will see how many other amazing girls are in Verona. During Act l Scene 4 when they arrive at the Capulet’s party, Romeo sees a girl, Juliet, and states “Did my heart love till now?
Romeo is to Blame Romeo is to blame for his and Juliet’s death, because he killed Tybalt and got himself banned from the city, if he would not have killed himself after Juliet faked her death, Juliet would not have killed herself. If Romeo would have not threatened to kill himself, Friar Lawrence would have not helped him.