Romeo and Juliet have a lot of bad luck like when the Capulet’s killed a Montague, and when Romeo killed Tybalt. It’s the long-standing family feuding that also kills Romeo and Juliet. The long-standing family feuding causes the death of Romeo and Juliet. Romeo is a Montague and Juliet is a Capulet, which might cause some reckless between the groups.
The misunderstanding and disobedience that occurs in the play due to their reluctance to understand each other causes many conflicts and disorientation between the core character of the play. For example, in the end of the play, Friar Lawrence admits his wrongdoing and utters "Miscarried by my fault, let my old life / Be sacrificed, some hour before his time, / Unto the rigor of severest law." (5.6. 267-269).
This story starts when Romeo and Juliet’s parents both hated each other. Their families were enemies. Many critics said that the authority figures, Romeo and Juliet and fate are to blame for the tragedy. One of the causes that lead to Romeo and Juliet’s death was the Authority figure.
This was seen as an act of rebellion, and they obviously blamed it on Romeo’s presence in Juliet’s life. In Act Three, Scene five, Juliet’s father Capulet speaks enormous hatred he has for Romeo, by calling him an opportunistic man, who has led his daughter astray
After Tybalt had just injured Mercutio in the battle that was not supposed to be with him, Mercutio states that wrath will be put on the families. He swore,“I am hurt/ A plague a both houses! I am sped./ Is he gone and hath nothing?”
Have you ever tried to fight to protect your sister or cousin from a bad guy who is judging her by her looks? This is what happens in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Hate and judging people is still around today just like it was in Romeo and Juliet. Hate is the worst thing that everyone will have to deal with at one point in their life. For example in the play, Tybalt, talks about the family feud while at dinner and he can tell Romeo is a Montague.
Their love story could also be known for having a destructive nature. For example, “Tybalt is dead, and Romeo has been banished. Romeo killed Tybalt, and his punishment was banishment. ”(page 159) This shows that Romeo and Juliet love comes with a lot of baggage such as the family feud.
The turning point in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet occurs when Romeo kills Tybalt, this event leads to other complications throughout act three. The first complication that the reader encounters is when Romeo gets banished. This is a complication of the play because Romeo has just married Juliet and now they will not be able to see each other. In this act Juliet says, “ ‘Tybalt is dead and Romeo is banishèd/That banishèd, that word “banishèd” ’ ”
Death and tragedy engulf the people of Verona, who is to blame for this big mess? If you go back to the beginning of William Shakespeare 's play “Romeo and Juliet” it is easy to see this tragedy wouldn’t have happened if it weren’t for Mercutio and his tendency to meddle in other people’s lives. First he convinced Romeo that his love for Rosaline wasn’t worth it and he needed to get over her. He then led Romeo to his horrific fate when he forced Romeo to crash the Capulet party, where he would first meet his future bride Juliet.
In the book Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, there are endless themes relating to different topics. However, the topic of hate seems to be a recurring topic that isn’t payed as much attention to. Hate is futile because it pushes people away from each other, this theme is shown by characterizing Capulet and his uncaringness as responsible for Romeo and Juliet’s deaths. Not only did he threaten Juliet with disowning her if she refused to marry Paris, but he was also uncaring of her emotions, which led Romeo and Juliet to pursue their dangerous plan of running away. In the end, he lost Juliet, who never even married Paris.
In the play Romeo and Juliet Romeo is to blame for his and Juliet 's death. This is shown first in the play when Romeo kills Tyblalt, In the play Romeo says " Tybalt the reason i have to love thee doth much excuse the appertaing rage to such a greeting villain am i none" act three scene 1 lines 55-60. This causes Tybalt to become angry because he he doesn 't know that Romeo is married to Juliet. This shows Romeo at fault because he should not have been in such a loving mood towards someone who hates him ,and doesn 't yet know that they are related now.
Macbeth’s hamartia is his excessive ambition to become King, which leads to paranoia, and then leads to his death. The Fatal Flaw in Shakespearian tragedies is what classifies the play under that genre. Whilst there is death and sadness in his other plays, to be sorted with his Tragedies the plays must end in the main character’s death brought upon them due to their own faults.
The feud between the Capulets and Montagues had been happening as long as anyone could remember. They disliked each other because they were rival families in the city of Verona, Italy. They competed to show who was top family, but what most likely started out fair was forgotten and turned into pure hatred. The hatred could be seen throughout the play, especially when Romeo and Tybalt dueled. Tybalt said how much he hated Romeo, he even called him “that villain Romeo.”
1. Which single character is most responsible for driving the plot of Romeo and Juliet? Do you consider this character also to be the protagonist of the play? Why or why not?
BREAKING NEWS: Security camera footage of the deaths of Romeo and Juliet have been recovered. The deaths have been ruled out a suicide and a tragedy. Romeo who was a just fifteen at the time had fled from the scene of a police shooting and run inside of the Capulet Church where his star-cross lover Juliet was waiting. Friar Lawrence had planned to fake Juliet’s death so that the couple could be married without the worry of the two families disputing.