When Juliet is crying over Romeo's banishment, her father tells her to marry Paris to make her happy again. Since Romeo has been banished Juliet fakes her death so she can run away with Romeo. All these examples of dramatic irony heightens the tragedy, and keeps the reader on
Juliet - Juliet was very immature due to her being very disobedient to her parents and her keeping secrets from her parents. She didn 't want to take any time into getting to know Romeo before she got engaged to him. She got engaged to Paris at the time Romeo and her planned to get married. She is one of the people to blame for the deaths of her and Romeo, because she agreed to take a potion that made her seem like she was dead. Friar Laurence - The Friar was very irresponsible in marrying the two teens, instead of marrying them he should have told their the Capulets and the Montagues about Romeo and Juliet’s secret relationship.
The Death of Romeo and Juliet It is Friar Lawrence's fault because he gave Juliet the potion and married Romeo and Juliet. Also, he should just told Romeo that Juliet was going to take a potion that was going to make Juliet look dead so she could miss her wedding to Paris. It is Romeo’s fault because he fell in love with Juliet who is a Capulet and already is soon to be married to Paris. Romeo killed himself because he thought Juliet was dead causing Juliet to kill herself. It is Juliet’s fault because she loved Romeo back who is a Montague and left her “fiance” Paris.
In the tragedy “Romeo and Juliet” By william shakespeare, two young lovers lives came to an end at the fault of two people. Theses two people were Juliet and her father, Lord Capulet. Juliet and her father Lord Capulet are to blame for the death of the two lovers because of how Lord Capulet arranged his daughter 's marriage and tried to force hre into it, Juliet’s bad choice to use a poison that could have many effects on her and her plan, and how Juliet blindly let people carry out important information. If these had been avoided in “Romeo and Juliet” the the two lovers might have made it out of their struggles alive, if not by the fault of other
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
First of all, one person who is responsible for the tragic ending of the play is Tybalt. The first reason because of his anger with Romeo for falling in love with Juliet and Mercutio tries to defend Romeo which ends up causing Tybalt to fight Mercutio and kill him, and then Romeo killed Tybalt for taking Mercutio life away. The second reason is also because of tybalt having beef with romeo and mercutio which causes many hatred between the capulets and montagues, and so romeo couldn 't marry juliet. Therefore, Tybalt is clearly responsible for the play’s tragic ending.
For example, Juliet is mad because she has just been told that she is marrying Paris and she does not want to since she is already married, so she goes to Lady Capulet for help. Lady Capulet says she is going to marry Paris whether she wants to or not. This example proves that Lady Capulet should be punished because she is forcing Juliet to marry Paris; she could have helped to prevent the tragedy by not forcing Juliet to marry Paris. This is why Lady Capulet should be
Romeo and Juliet is a play about Romeo and Juliet fall in love with each other, getting married, then they die at the end of the play. They die at the end of the play by trying to keep their marriage. The characters Romeo, Juliet, and Friar are all responsible for the death of Romeo and Juliet. They are responsible because Juliet and Friar tried to set up a fake death so Juliet didn’t have to be Paris’s wife. The plan went wrong and Romeo thought Juliet was really dead, so he killed himself because he loved Juliet.
Famously known as the star-crossed lovers from rival households, Romeo and Juliet depicts William Shakespeare’s definition of a tragedy a play ending with the protagonists’ death. However, they are also notable for their impulsive decisions which eventually leading to their suicide. For example, Romeo falling in love with Juliet within minutes of seeing her at the Capulet’s party, “For I ne’er saw true beauty till this night.” (I, v, 51) as he was heartbroken over Rosaline earlier that day. Yet, Romeo and Juliet are not to blame for their downfall. In the end, it was Friar Lawrence who killed the lovers with a corrupt plan.
The marriage between Romeo and Juliet ultimately causes their demise and is foreshadowed in the prologue “From forth the fatal loins of these two foes, A pair of star-crossed lovers take their life, Whose misadventured piteous overthrows, Doth with their death bury their parents' strife” (Rom. 0.0.5-8). Immediately after Romeo and Juliet marry, death and banishment follow. As a result of their marriage, Tybalt’s anger from Romeo’s attendance at the Capulet party resurfaces. Tybalt challenges Romeo to a duel that leads to the banishment of Romeo and his and Mercutio’s death.