For example, he is stupid because he said “Did my heart love till now? Forswear it sights! For I never saw true beauty till this night”( 1.5.53-54) to explain that he saw Juliet in one night and said that he was in love with her which that is crazy. Another example that tells you why he is stupid is that he said about Juliet to himself “I cannot counter wall the exchange of soy that one short minute gives me her sight” that is stupid because you don't just love someone in one short minute. Other undesirable traits that Romeo has is he falls in love too easily.
Romeo and Juliet first meet at the Capulet's party,where they instantly fall in love and kiss. Following the kiss Romeo finds out Juliet is a Capulet “Is she a Capulet?/O dear account! My life is my foe’s debt.” (1.5 131-132). We can already see a few traits in the just from how much they connected in the first moment of knowing each other. Traits include the hastiness and impulsiveness of Romeo and that young and innocent personality that Juliet has .Romeo and Juliet are obviously crushed by the news that there's no possible way they can be together, but that doesn’t stop them from trying.
But If Romeo and Juliet never met so many things would have happened differently. Romeo is to blame for the deaths of him and Juliet, Getting exiled from the town, and Juliet and Paris aren 't getting married. Romeo came into the picture and ruined the plans that Juliet’s family had set out for her. Since Romeo came to the Capulet’s party he and Juliet laid eyes on each other and instantly fell in love. This messed everything up because that is where Juliet and Paris were supposed to meet.
Even if Lord Capulet thought that Romeo was not going to cause any problems he should have still kicked Romeo out, because he was not invited. Lord Capulet should have been suspicious of how Romeo discovered the party. He wanted to avoid making a scene at his party, but he just had to go up and ask him to leave, fighting was not the only way to get rid of Romeo. Juliet 's father 's second biggest mistake was pressuring Juliet into marrying Paris. At first he wanted Paris to woo her, but after Tybalt was killed he wanted to rush her into marrying Paris to cheer her up.
Romeo saw here beauty and was awestruck by her causing him to fall in love with her. They have never met before and Romeo going to the party was fate for them to meet. When they finally do end up having a conversation, Romeo says, “If I profane with my unworthiest hand this holy shrine, the gentle sin is this: my lips, two blushing pilgrims, ready stand to smooth that rough touch with a tender kiss.” (1.5.92-96). In other words, he is saying that Juliet is a holy shrine and he really wants a kiss from her. Romeo and Juliet continue to show their affection between themselves at the Capulet’s party and to the balcony scene.
Whereas Romeo and Juliet both fallen in love quickly during the masquerade and feast. Where Romeo try to sneak in the feast of his family’s enemy Capulet just to move-on to the girl that he is deeply in love, a woman who does not return his affections. Meanwhile, Romeo sees Juliet from the distance entering the entranced and instantly he falls in love with Juliet and he forget all about Rosaline. Unlike the movie “The Fault In Our Stars” Hazel felt hesitant about Augustus at first. However, Hazel’s parent force her to go cancer support group and to deal with her depression, yet she never knew that just after the support group meeting is done, she met Augustus Waters with cancer and has only one leg.
Insert quote from the text about when romeo decides to go to the Capulet party. His daring decision caused him to meet Juliet in the first place which then led to him falling in love with her even though they only knew each other for less than a day. While at the party, Romeo also encounters Tybalt and he tries to tell his uncle, Juliet’s father, that a Montague is att their party and that he should be thrown out. However, this does not stop Romeo from staying at the party. Insert quote from text about tybalt trying to get romeo kicked
Age Was to Blame The play “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare is about two teenaged star-crossed lovers from rival families in the 1500’s. Juliet’s parents, the Capulets, throw a grand feast and invite many guests hoping for their daughter to meet Paris, a wealthy older suitor they have chosen for her to marry. Instead she meets Romeo of the Montague family and she falls in love with him. During their relationship they had to face many challenges and try to overcome their family’s hatred for each other but only death is left in the wake of their great love. Many different things contributed to the death of Romeo and Juliet including the rush Juliet felt because of her engagement to Paris, the secrecy they had to keep because of the family hatred and Friar
At the beginning of the play, Mercutio suggests they go to the Capulet’s party to overcome Romeo’s infatuation with Rosaline, and Romeo responds with, “I’ll go along, no such sight to be shown,” (1.2.104) This proves it was his choice to go to the party that resulted in Romeo and Juliet’s meeting. If he did not go to the party, he would not have met Juliet, hence, neither of them would have died considering majority of the events in the tragedy was a result of their tryst. On top of that, when the play was approaching its conclusion, Romeo hears of Juliet’s death, buys poison from an apothecary, and says, “Come, cordial, and not poison, go with me To Juliet’s grave, for there must I use thee.” (5.1.88-89) By doing this, Romeo demonstrates free will because he chose to kill himself by drinking poison instead of moving on. If he had talked to Friar Laurence before making rash decisions, neither of them would have died owing to the fact that the plan would have been successful. To sum up, the outcome of the play was a result of free will because Romeo chose to attend the party thrown by the Capulets and kill himself when he hears of Juliet’s