Another time Shakespeare shows Romeo’s tragic flaw is when Romeo and Juliet get married the day after they met. When Romeo and Juliet first met each other they decided that they wanted to be together forever, resulting in them getting married. Romeo talking to Friar Lawrence says, ”save what thou must combine By holy marriage”(II.iii.60-61). Romeo is eager to be with Juliet so much that he doesn’t consider the consequences that could result in their marriage. Since Romeo is desperate for love, he would do anything to achieve it.
Friar Laurence believes that Romeo and Juliet should go, “Go wisely and slow,” he then says that if you go to fast bad thing will happen so he said this, “They stumble that run fast (2.3.94).” Romeo gets this advice while he tries to get Friar Laurence to marry them so he tells them to take it slow and steady. How might they not listen to this advice? They need to learn this lesson because they fall in love without actually knowing each other or even thinking about the consequences. They don't ask who they are they just fall in love. “Sin from my lips?
In William Shakespeare’s tragedy, The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, Romeo and Juliet, lovers from rival families (Montagues and Capulets), increasingly depend on each other throughout their relationship. With this, the couple also grows more impulsive over time, enacting reckless actions. Here, Friar Lawrence and the Nurse aid the couple through their adversities. All of these actions eventually sum up to the disastrous resolution of Romeo and Juliet’s deaths. Ultimately, the trait all four characters share that lead to this resolution is their hastiness.
They stumble that/ run fast” (Shakespeare.2.3.102-103). However, the Friar also plays a part in their thoughtless marriage as he hopes marrying them will end the Capulet, Montague feud, taking little time to think through the consequences. Juliet too acts on impulse as she knew very little about the outside world and deciding to marry the first boy she was attracted to. If Romeo and Juliet had not acted on this impulsivity and had instead waited and told their parents, most of their
The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, though an interesting and insightful drama, is a tragedy because of Romeo and Juliet. Their hasty passion of love led to dangerous marriage, their secrecy caused inescapable situations, and their rash choices throughout the course of the play made a chain reactions of bad decisions. These things led to the ultimate doom of Romeo and Juliet. Their hasty and secretive love doomed them. The most tragic aspect of the play was that all of it could have possibly been
Romeo and Juliet fell in love and got married because of Romeo, knowing that their families would not accept the relationship, and that it may fuel the feud. In fact, deaths were caused by such unwise decisions taken by Romeo. There are many examples throughout the William Shakespeare 's tragedy Romeo and Juliet that illustrate the point that Romeo 's unwise choices lead to the six deaths in the play. Romeo is feeling melancholic because he is in love with a chist. He refuses to get over the one way relationship, so his cousin Benvolio helps him think through his thoughts.
First, he married Romeo and Juliet quickly after they met without their parents’ knowledge. Friar Lawrence warned them about moving too fast, but he proved to be a hypocrite when he quickly married them. With this single decision, he became tangled in their mess of miscommunication and passion. The young lovers had a love so strong that it blinded their view of reality
It is one of the first things you see in Romeo: "But this I pray, / That thou consent to marry us to-day" (Act 2 Scene 3). In that quote, it can be seen in Romeo's decision to marry so suddenly, particularly when he begs Friar Laurence to marry he and Juliet that day. Based on this, the reader can infer that Romeo is impulsive and there was no real reason to want to be married so suddenly. When Romeo finds his friends Benvolio and Mercutio engaged in a heated exchange with Tybalt, he rushes to stop the aggression between Mercutio and Tybalt. Unfortunately, Mercutio is stabbed because Romeo impulsively steps in the way, preventing Mercutio's sword from defending him.
In one respect I 'll thy assistant be; For this alliance may [be] so happy” (Shakespeare 2.3.) He is telling Romeo “I will”. I will marry you because this marriage could be happy, or as he didn’t say, it could turn into a tragedy. “These violent delights have violent ends And in their triumph die” (Shakespeare 2.6.) At first it seems like he is warning Romeo that this won 't turn out the way he wants it to.
Romeo did love Juliet because he called her a holy shrine, he was determined to marry her as soon as he could and he took a poison vial just so he could be with her forever. Firstly, when Romeo doesn’t think he can get over Rosaline, Benvolio and Mercutio try to convince Romeo to go to Capulet’s party to find a new girl. Romeo says, “Is love a tender thing? It is too rough, too rude, too boisterous, and it pricks like a thorn” (1.4.25-26). This quote shows that Romeo is asking himself if