Just one example was when Romeo is speaking about killing himself and lying beside Juliet “well, Juliet, I will lie with the tonight.”(Shakespeare. 793. 34). They didn’t always think about the actions they were making, they just did what they felt was right in the moment. These rash actions were most of the time things that spanned to death without each other, if they hadn’t done this thee plan would have worked and neither would have died.
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.
Also, by him listening to his dreams he would have made either little or no poor choices later in the play which results in his death. Lastly, throughout the play, Romeo and Juliet have been threatening suicide to solve their problems (Shakespeare 973-1014). As most people know and understand when people threaten suicide something is wrong and because they were stressed they made more bad choices. That is why Romeo and Juliet are the most guilty people causing the tragic
If Lord Capulet wasn’t forced Juliet’s to get married to Paris, then there won’t be any deaths but instead, there will be understanding and loved. Because of Lord Capulet hatred on the Montague, there’s death of his own daughter. Even though Lord Capulet did nothing to Romeo, he did something very ungrateful to his daughter. He told her to move out if she’s not going to marry Paris and
Juliet marries Romeo. Friar Lawrence, and Juliet’s most trusted advisor, the Nurse, are the only ones who know. Lord Capulet is planning a secret wedding between Juliet and Paris, which Juliet did not want. Juliet did tell her mother of her reasons why she did not want to marry Paris, but Lady Capulet dismissed it, feeling ashamed saying “Talk not to me, for I’ll not speak a word. / Do as thou wilt, for I have done with thee” (3.5.
In these actions, Huck demonstrates that he will follow his heart, even though his actions could result in danger and chaos. Similarly, Antigone stands by her brother and wants to bury him out of love and respect, which goes against her uncle’s wishes. Here, Antigone is defying the king, and doesn’t care about the consequences she may endure. She is in full awareness that the consequence for her actions it the death penalty, but is willing to
For Romeo and Juliet, the forbidden aspect of their “love” made it so much sweeter. Just like many teens today, Romeo and Juliet defied their parents and did what they wanted to. If Romeo and Juliet would have taken responsibility for their actions and told their parents about their relationship, this story might not have ended as tragic as it
The end of this story isn’t pretty, so whose fault was it? Friar Lawrence is the character most to blame for the tragic events in Romeo and Juliet because he was the character who assisted throughout the entire situation that Romeo and Juliet had. He agreed to marry the young lovers even though he was aware that their families were feuding, and he aided in Romeo and Juliet
Who is to blame for Romeo and Juliet’s Death? In the devastating romance, Romeo and Juliet shows an illustration of how young love is able to cause destruction, not only in their lives but also the people’s lives around them. It also shows how other actor’s thoughts affected the people close to them, but the main question is, who is responsible for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet? The death of Romeo and Juliet was not their fault but Friar Lawrence's. Friar is to blame, not only for one action that contributed to their death, but for three actions.
If the two families would accept each other instead of fighting, Romeo and Juliet might have had a fair chance at love. Lord Capulet, Lady Capulet, Lord Montague, and Lady Montague should all be blamed for the fate of both Romeo and Juliet. Further answering the question “Who’s to Blame?’, it is only right that the Montagues and the Capulets feud is the main reason of why Romeo and Juliet took their lives. In conclusion to this, some blame has also been given to Friar Lawrence, and Lord and Lady