The Consequences Of Friar John's Death

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There are many people in “Romeo and Juliet” who attributed to their deaths. First, Friar John didn’t make it in time to give Romeo the letter. Second, Friar Lawrence gave Juliet a potion and went to the tomb when they both died. Third, The nurse advises Juliet to marry paris and then find her dead in her bed. In conclusion, The murders of Romeo and were caused by Friar John, Friar Lawrence, and the nurse. Friar John makes the biggest mistake. Friar John take the letter that explains Juliet's death to Romeo in Mantua. Friar lawrence say in act 5 scene 2 page 178, “Hold! Get you gone, be strong and prosperous in this resolve. I’ll send a friar with speed To mantua, with my letters to thy lord.” On the way to Romeo Friar John stopped at a sick mans house. Furthermore, he was locked inside the sick family's house. Friar john could not send the …show more content…

First, Friar Lawrence married Romeo and Juliet. In act 2 scene 6 page 112 Friar Lawrence says,”come, come with me, and we will make short work; for by your leaves, you shall not stay alone, till holy church incorporate two in one.” Second, Friar Lawrence gave Juliet a potion. In act 4 scene 1 page 174 It states, “I do spy a kind of hope, which craves as desperate an execution as that is desperate which we would prevent if rather than to marry county paris, thou hast the strength of will to slay thyself, then is it likely thou wilt undertake a thing like death to chide away this shame that copst with death himself to scape for it…” Third, Friar Lawrence was in the tomb when Romeo and Juliet died. In act 5 scene 3 page 218 Friar Lawrence says, “Stay then; I’ll go alone. Fear comes upon me o much I fear some ill unlucky thing” In act 5 scene 3 page 220 It says, “I hear some noise. Lady come from that nest of death contagion and unnatural dead… Thy husband in thy bosom there lies dead.” In conclusion, Friar Lawrence gave Juliet a potion and was there when they both

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