Tybalt is the most to blame for the events that occur in Romeo and Juliet because he killed mercutio, which made Romeo want to avenge him, then it caused him to be sent away. The prince sees what’s going on and sends romeo away because he avenged his cousin, so he didn’t want to hurt him, but
Since Hector killed Achilles best friend Achilles doesn't care about pride anymore, just revenge. “Wolves and lambs don’t share a common heart—they always sense a mutual hatred for each other” (Homer, Iliad 22. 327-329), this epic simile shows, Achilles’ actions brought on by justice for Patroclus’ death scream for blood. Achilles’ actions after killing Hector hurt Priam and his family, leaving them emotionally distraught and furious furthering the raging battle into Troy for fair Helen. Mortals have been shown to fight a war of vengeance and justice but the Gods also had a part in this
A plague on both your houses! I am sped.” (act III, scene I, Lines 94-95). In that quote, Tybalt killed Mercutio just because he hangs around romeo, his enemy. The feud causes mercutio's death-which then leads to romeo's banishment and later on death. Consequently, it causes romeos and juliets love to be doomed as well.
Although Tybalt is loyal, he is also vengeful. The first example of Tybalt's vengeance occurs at the beginning of Romeo and Juliet when an argument between the Capulets and Montagues started by the Capulets turns into a street fight. “What drawn, and talk of peace? I hate the word/ As I hate all Montagues, and thee./ Have at thee, Coward!”( 1.1 72-74). Benvolio draws his sword to stop the fighting and Tybalt misinterprets this action, thinking he wants to
Romeo tried to save Mercutio, but when Mercutio died, a bomb went off in Romeo’s head and he wanted to kill Tybalt. He said to him, “Either thou or I must go with him”(III.i.127) Romeo then fought Tybalt with an uncontrollable rage that ultimately led to Tybalt’s death under Romeo’s hand. This wasn’t the last time this happens in the book, but this was likely the greatest example of emotions taking control of a person’s actions. The consequences of this time was death, the most irreversible of
He murdered his father, although he did not know it was his father. Oedipus was just an unlucky man with a horrible fate. He had to be banished, because he made a law that who ever di this would be banished, so he banished himself without knowing. He was only truly guilty of murder, not of incest or
This shows that Tybalt had killed Mercutio because Mercutio hung with Romeo and hated Montagues. This lead to the death of Mercutio. Then leading to banishment of Romeo because he was enraged and killed Tybalt. Readers can connect to this because once in life one has had a love. All because the parents simply hated each other and unknowingly causing their lovely children and unlovely demise.
Brutus had talked to the conspirators who wanted Caesar dead for their own selfish reasons. Brutus pondered whether he should be loyal to his friend, or kill him for the well being of Rome. He eventually knew what he should do and joined the conspirators. In the death scene of Caesar, Brutus was the last man to thrust the knife into Caesar’s gut. In Aristotle’s definition of a tragic hero, Brutus killed Caesar, this being the tragic error that lead to Brutus’ suicide in the Battle of
One example of the turmoil it cause in Rome was it started a war between the conspirators and their followers and Antony and Octavius and his followers. This play just goes to show that your actions can cause a chain reaction because in the end both Brutus and Antony ended up dieing all because they killed Caesar in the beginning of the play and they had lost the
Love for Hatred Was love or hate the force to blame or was it the people behind it? In The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, two people fall in the kind of love that is forbidden or looked down upon. This great love was ripped from the hearts and souls of the star-crossed lovers as the hatred caused so many to die. Even with deaths of their cousins people just got angrier. More hatred for each other grew into a feud.
So, Mercutio decided to brawl with Tybalt. Mercutio’s ignorant decision to duel Tybalt led him to his own death and grief of friends and family. Mercutio was not aware of the consequences he would be facing because of his own decision. He announces in the text, “Ask for/me to-morrow, and you shall find me a grave man. I/am peppered, I warrant, for this world.
When Romeo finally gets in between the two Tybalt gets the one last jab at Mercutio which punctures Mercutio. Tybalt instantly feel bad about hitting Mercutio and when he dies Romeo kills Tybalt right away with even communicating what 's going on. This play is full of
Romeo had acted in rage, furious for what Tybalt had done. So ran after him and fights him. Romeo then killed tybalt, which got him banished. And everything just fell apart shortly after that. Tybalt let his anger get the best of him, which caused him his life, Mercutio’s life, and Romeo’s banishment.
A couple of eyewitnesses reported hearing various insults including Tybalt’s heinous greeting; “Thou art a villain” (III.i. 62). Fighting between Mercutio and Tybalt were reported soon after, leaving Mercutio with fatal wounds to die within the next few moments. Romeo, enacting the law, killed Tybalt for killing his dear friend Mercutio, and then fled the scene. When The Prince, the Capuletss, and the Montagues had arrived to the scene, they found the dead bodies of Mercutio and Tybalt.