The family feud causes Romeo and Juliet to kill themselves with their love still a secret. If the two families hadn’t been fighting then Romeo and Juliet wouldn’t have had to keep their love a secret and they wouldn’t have had to fake Juliet’s death which lead to both of them really dieing. The two of the families fighting caused them to keep their love a secret and eventually their deaths, which all started with family. The two kids died with their families still fighting and the story ending and
A Montague and a Capulet. It is believed it’s wrong to love your enemy. Other people believe this is not true love. But, some of us believe it is true love. The feelings that Romeo and Juliet had for each other were feelings of true love because Juliet rejected to marry Paris because she loved Romeo, they both killed themselves because the other one was dead, and they were both willing to leave their families for each other.
She was forced to, and her dad also hit her. This evidence shows us how Juliet was put in so much stress to marry someone she didn’t love. In the fight scene where Romeo’s friend died he didn’t want to fight Tybalt because they were family. Romeo and Juliet were too stressed to make the right decision.
But the question is, “Who is to blame for their deaths?” Many people believe the answer is Friar Laurence, the nurse, or Romeo and Juliet themselves. Really the feud was to blame for the tragic ending. First off, if the feud wasn’t there, the couple could have fallen in love peacefully, and Romeo and Juliet wouldn’t have had to hide their marriage. “O Romeo.
Hunter Wolff Miss H LA Is a person you just meet worth taking your life away, and is person from and family that your family despise worth being with. These are the type of questions you would have to ask yourself if you were in Romeo and Juliet's shoes. Mainly I believe that the biggest reason Romeo and Juliet did not live was because of themselves. When they knew that they shouldn't be together they should have just moved on and live out there lives instead of getting all dramatic and going to the lengths of killing themselves. Though I do not believe this is the only reason that resulted in their death.
(Shakespeare Prologue page 1.) At the time, Romeo and Juliet did not know that by killing themselves they were ending the feud. Losing Romeo and Juliet forced everyone around them to appreciate their lives and loved ones a lot more. This huge loss of the star-crossed lovers will bring the city of Verona closer to one another to grieve properly and restore the relationship between the Montage's and
Firstly, Friar Laurence married Romeo and Juliet knowing that their families hated each other and that it could end very poorly (Shakespeare 944-45). Friar knew this was a bad idea, but he continued with it and married the two. However, if he did not do this he would never be in trouble and Romeo and Juliet would then have to get married the ordinary way, thus, letting both families know. Next Friar decides to give Juliet a vial which will put her in a death-like state and sends a letter to Romeo about the plan, but it does not get to him (Shakespeare 993-1012). If Friar Laurence did not give Juliet the vial, Romeo would not kill himself because he thinks Juliet is dead.
“Impulsive actions led to trouble,and trouble could have unpleasant consequences”,(Stieg Larsson). The story of Romeo and Juliet is about two lovers from opposing family this cause problems for them. They met at the Capulet party where Romeo Juliet both fall in love with one and other. Juliet had asked Romeo to marry her and they impulsively married within meeting. Romeo murdered one of Juliet’s family members after he had killed Romeo close friend this cause Romeo to implusly kill him in anger.
The feuding families always get a bad ending. In “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare two young enemies fall for eachother but it's not good that they did. The two families are at feud which makes their love deniable. The feud of the families is what caused Romeos and Juliets deaths. For instance when they got married they had to hide their marriage from their families and Juliet had to fake her death.
There are many characters that contributed to the tragic acts of love and suicide in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, but who is the most to blame? In the famous play, we have two families, the Montagues and the Capulets, who have been feuding with each other for many years. Romeo, from the Montague family, and Juliet, from the Capulets, have fallen in love. Due to the distasteful acts from each side, their children must go to great lengths to keep their love a secret.
In William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”, the two lovers, Romeo and Juliet, killed themselves for love in this tragic love story. Though both of their deaths were tragic, Juliet’s death was believed to have been caused by something else. The underlying cause of their deaths was the feud between the Capulets and Montagues. Had this feud between the Capulets and Montagues not existed, Romeo and Juliet could had lived in peace and harmony.
Imagine yourself in 1595 in Verona, Italy, there is a fight going on between two families: Capulets and Montagues but this is an everyday thing. This describes the freewill of the characters in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Freewill is the fate of the star-crossed lovers because of Romeo and Juliet’s inpatients, Romeo and Juliet’s secrets, and Friar Lawrence’s hopefulness. Freewill is the fate of the star-crossed lovers because of Romeo and Juliet’s inpatients Romeo and Juliet fall in love one night at a party, the very next day they get married.
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.
Romeo and Juliet died tragically and unnecessarily. Many characters in the book bear responsibility for their deaths in part, including the Friar and even Romeo and Juliet themselves. However; their parents and in particular, Juliet's parents, bear the brunt of the blame for keeping the feud alive. The parents were a product of their upbringing and environment, and the times in which they lived.