Tybalt's Death In 'A Comparative Analysis Of Romeo And Juliet'

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Act 3 Scene 2 1. In the lines 37-68 when the Nurse confuses Juliet as she tells Juliet of the fight Juliet makes a misconception that Tybalt killed Romeo. She also believes that Romeo and Tybalt were killed (when it really was Mercutio who was killed). Furthermore, this misconception occurs due to the lack of continuity as the Nurse tells Juliet about these things. 2. Juliet’s initial reaction when she receives the news of Tybalt’s death was that she thought that Romeo killed Tybalt. 3. Juliet’s reaction to Romeo killing Tybalt was that she cared more about Romeo’s banishment than of Tybalt’s death. 4. The scene ends with Juliet and the Nurse planning to go find Romeo. Act 3 Scene 3 1. Romeo’s reaction when he learns that he has been banished …show more content…

Romeo is overreacting to the whole situation about being exiled and he even ties stabbing himself with a knife because he’s so upset about being banished. 4. The plan Friar Lawrence has for Romeo was to send his worker to tell him to go to Juliet’s bedroom and elope and then go into hiding. Act 3 Scene 5 2. Juliet becomes more sad and depressed when she is told the news that she is to marry Paris. She changed since Act 1 because now she actually cares about her marital status. 4. Lord Capulet becomes livid in response to Juliet’s refusal to marry Paris. He also threatens to banish Juliet from their house if she continues to refuse to marry Paris. 5. In lines 212-225, the Nurse advises Juliet to simply marry Paris rather than Romeo as she thinks that Romeo is more fickle and unsafe-to pursue after- than Paris. Act 4 Scene 1 1. Paris is visiting Friar Lawrence to talk about his wedding with Juliet. 2. Juliet threatens Friar Lawrence that she will commit suicide if the wedding to Paris cannot be avoided. 3. Friar says that if you mind killing yourself instead of marrying Paris, then she is willing to try something like death to solve this shameful problem. But, he will only tell her is she dares to do …show more content…

Juliet says that she would do anything if that would stop her from getting married to Paris. For example she says “I will do it without fear or doubt, to live an unstained wife to my sweet love” (IV-I-89-90). 5. Friar Lawrence's plan for Juliet was to make a potion that will make her fall asleep for 42 hours. But, when her mom comes to wake her up in the morning for her wedding it would as if she is dead. Act 5 Scene 1 1. In the beginning of this scene, Romeo has the premonition of his lifeless lips being kissed by Juliet, and being brought back to life. 2. Balthasar informs Romeo that Juliet is deceased. Due to this news, Romeo goes to Verona to see Juliet and this disrupts Friar Laurence’s plan as now Romeo is in a tomb that he should be in. 3. “Is that so? — Then I’ll go against you, fate!—“. This is a brazen statement as one cannot truly go against their own fate. 4. After Romeo hears Balthasar’s story, he decides to go to Verona to see his deceased wife and kill himself to- in his terms- be with her forever. Act 5 Scene 2 1. Friar John tells Friar Laurence that, because of a plague approaching Mantua, he was delayed and could not deliver the message to

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