Thy lips warm” (5.3.166-172). This means that in Juliet’s last moments she wanted to die with her final act being a kiss on Romeos lips. This quote, showing us Juliet has discovered Romeo is dead after killing himself for her and instantly is flooded with grief and turns to killing herself to join
Paris was only at the tomb to say his goodbyes to his wife, who didn’t get to be his wife. Making him in the wrong place at the wrong time. Romeo also wanted to say his goodbyes to his actual wife and the world. He planned on killing himself with poison. Paris, being the heroic person that he his, decided he would stop Romeo and take him to the Prince, who earlier banished Romeo from Verona.
He had given Juliet, who was begging for help, a small vial containing the liquid that would fake Juliet’s death. When the time had come, he depended too much on Friar John, and Romeo received the wrong news. Romeo had thought that Juliet was dead and went back to Verona with a bottle of poison to kill himself. Quickly, Friar Lawrence ran to stop him, only to find Romeo dead and Juliet waking up. When Juliet saw Romeo dead on the floor she stabbed herself and died as well.
Friar Lawrence is responsible for the death of Romeo and Juliet in William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Though the Friar is trying to help Romeo and Juliet, he is the catalyst of their destruction. Friar Lawrence’s hubris starts the chain reaction of tragic events for these “two star crossed lovers” (Prologue. 6). He then performs the marriage of Romeo and Juliet and even fabricates a foolish plan to keep them together when Juliet is forced to marry Paris.
As a result, Juliet was so repulsed by the idea of marrying Paris since she had had the chance to fall in love with Romeo. The only way to avoid the marriage was for Juliet to drink the potion, causing Romeo to think Juliet was dead, and ultimately resulting in the death of both Romeo and Juliet. Therefore, Lord Capulet should have either said that Juliet would have to
This is shown when Juliet and Romeo ask the Friar to marry the couple. The Friar has complete knowledge that the two households have a strong hate against each other yet, he marries the couple in good intention in hopes to heal the hate bond between the households. This plan does not work out because, Romeo (Montague) kills Tybalt (Capulet) which provokes a marriage between Paris and Juliet and the banishment of Romeo. Juliet asks the Friar what she could do in order to cancel the marriage. The Friar comes up with a plan to fake her death to avoid the marriage and send a letter to Romeo to notify she was not dead.
After the plot has thickened the couple gets separated but are soon reunited, but not in the way they had hoped. This couple's fate will be decided in ways such as Romeo being banished, Romeo coming back to die with Juliet, or Juliet killing herself to be with Romeo. Later in the play Romeo kills Tybalt, is banished, and makes himself and Juliet almost depressed. When Juliet finds out Romeo is banished she goes looking for solutions elsewhere. In the play Juliet tells Friar what she needs to do to get rid of her problem: Give me
Romeo has a large influence on Romeo and Juliet’s death because, if Romeo wasn’t heartbroken over Rosaline and in “love” with Rosaline then he wouldn’t have went to the party to see her and accidently see Juliet and ended up marrying her when he knew he was heartbroken that Rosaline wanted to become a Nun. However, Lord Capulet is still the main person to blame for the deaths of Romeo And Juliet, just because he is to controlling and way too selfish Because, at the Capulet’s party Tybalt saw Romeo the Montague and he told Lord Capulet and Lord Capulet told Tybalt to leave Romeo alone cause he didn’t want his party ruined if he started something with the Montague. “Content thee, gentle coz, let him alone./ A bears him like a portly gentleman,/And, to say truth, Verona brags of him/ To be virtuous and well-governed youth./I would not for the wealth of all this town/ Here in my house do him disparagement./ Therefore be patient; take no note of him./ It is my will, which if thou respect,/ Show a fair presence and put off these frowns,/ An ill-beseeming semblance for a feast. (I, v,
Romeo and Juliet Semester Two Essay Final Draft Impetuosity and impulsiveness cause the death of the two main characters in Romeo and Juliet. The two are so impulsive not because of passion and love or fate, they are like this due to the two not being in true love. Some examples of how they are impulsive and impetuous is how Juliet immediately agrees with the Friar 's plan to put her to sleep to avoid the marriage with Paris and how Romeo kills Tybalt and Paris. Romeo 's “love” for Juliet and is not love. Romeo only marries Juliet to get over Rosaline.
Juliet only loves Romeo so this drives her to go to Friar Laurence whereupon attempted suicide he prescribes a potion that will make her appear dead. Romeo and Juliet’s decision to be married starts a string of events including Juliet’s “death”, Romeo killing Paris, Romeo killing himself, and Juliet killing
Then Romeo hears about Juliet and thinks she’s actually dead. Romeo then goes to Juliet’s grave and kills himself by drinking poison, and once Juliet wakes up and sees Romeo dead she kills herself. Once the Montagues and the Capulets find out about this they unite and become friends once again. Juliet’s reason for death is because she didn’t want to marry Count Paris. First off she was a 14-year-old girl (young lady marrying an older man) which she didn’t even know if she wanted to marry him.
Fate brought Romeo and Juliet together in the beginning,and tore them from each other in the end. It brought them together in the beginning when Romeo snuck into the capulet’s party. When Romeo met Juliet, he forgot about Rosaline. He says this himself in act 2 scene 3 page 4 that Rosaline did not love him back and he had forgot about her. It tore them apart when Romeo heard that his Juliet was dead.
Who is to blame for the death of the two lovers, in William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”? Although, Friar Lawrence and Fate are partially to blame for the death of Romeo and Juliet, the families of the two take most the blame. Friar Lawrence said to Romeo before marrying him to Juliet that “these violent delights have violent ends”, foreshadowing the death of Romeo and Juliet. After Romeo is banished for killing Tybalt, The Friar develops a plan for Romeo and Juliet to be together. This plan is for Juliet to drink a mixture from a vial that puts her to sleep for forty-two hours, making her appear dead to everyone else.