In William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, Tybalt is responsible for his own death because he has a history of killing, he has an attitude that instigates on problems, and he has grudges against Romeo. Tybalt is at fault for his own death because he has killed other people before. Romeo exclaims to Tybalt, after Tybalt killed Mercutio, “He’s alive and victorious, and Mercutio’s dead?” (3.1.84). In this quote, Romeo is wailing that a great person was just killed by Tybalt. He thinks Tybalt shouldn’t be alive
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.
Should Romeo have been more mature, he may not have killed Tybalt and gotten banished, and if Juliet had been more mature, she may not have agreed to such a flawed plan, in which, ends in their deaths. The immaturity residing in both Romeo and Juliet made them foolish and careless. Should they have been more mature, their deaths may have been more later in their
Tybalt tells Romeo to fight him, but since Romeo is now married to Juliet, he says that he can’t. To this, Mercutio responds with,“O calm, dishonorable, vile submission!”(3.1.74), and then proceeds to fight Tybalt on Romeo’s behalf in defense of the Montague name. It’s clear through Mercutio’s rage felt diction towards Romeo such as “dishonorable” and “vile” that he believes Romeo’s efforts to make peace are acts of betrayal to his own family. Because of Mercutio’s brash actions in the act of defending his family’s honor, he ends up being injured and killed by Tybalt, all because he felt so much hate that he couldn’t stand down like Romeo had. Mercutio’s death made Romeo blindly angry to the point where he killed Tybalt, who was technically a part of his family.
However, because Romeo killed Tybalt, Romeo’s punishment is to be banished from Verona. Romeo creates more complications with his relationship with Juliet, especially right after they got married, in result of slaying Tybalt. There is no possible way for them to contact each other now. This leaves Juliet heartbroken, and risking everything to be with him once again. Being too vindictive and hasty to seek revenge did not allow Romeo to think of the repercussions that would affect his relationship with his
Romeo took his own particular life subsequently he is to be blamed. In conclusion there are various ways that we, the perusers can stick the blame on any of these characters. Romeo explodes the whole time all through the play and book, these exercises finally lead him to his own specific death. Juliet Is so head over heels in reverence with Romeo that she cuts herself with Romeo's cutting edge when she see's that he is dead. To wrap things up, Tybalt is the reason everyone fails miserably in light of the fact that without him there would've been no fight and the story would've been sans
The fiery aggressive Tybalt, Juliets cousin, was still infuriated that Romeo, Benvolio and Mercutio attended the Capulets feast. Tybalt challenges Romeo to a Duel but Romeo does not want to fight, he wants peace between them, Mercutio intervenes and says that he will fight Tybalt. Romeo wants peace so as they begin to fight, Romeo intervenes but Tybalt stabs Mercutio under Romeos arm and Romeo suddenly strikes back and kills Tybalt. This is a scene where fate is questioned and whether it was of their own control. Romeo didn’t have to kill Tybalt, he acted quickly out of rage and did not think before he reacted, Romeo could have made a different choice, as he had control over himself, his thoughts and feelings his own decisions.
(1.2.60-61) Peter reveals that he was never taught to read; ergo, his illiteracy was out of Romeo’s control. (3.n.127-129) Romeo kills Tybalt by accident. The fight between Mercutio and Tybalt was not in Romeo’s control. When Tybalt killed Mercutio, Romeo just wanted to duel, without the intent of killing him. After the prince finds out that Romeo killed someone from the Capulet house, Romeo is immediately exiled.
Tybalt had come to fight Romeo and Mercutio was defending Romeo. Tybalt becomes even angrier once Romeo arrives and tries to interfere. By convincing Tybalt and Mercutio that it was forbidden to fight in the streets, he ended up making the issue seem more serious than it originally was. This starts a duel between Mercutio and Tybalt, but once again Romeo tries to come between them. Mercutio is then killed under the arm of Romeo.