Romeo again is fickle and is speedy when he sees Juliet for the first time and falls in love with her. Would the antagonist in the play Antigone, be Antigone herself, or is it the character of Creon? Thus there are three things that could have caused the deaths; other characters in the play, coincidence and fate. Who shall be held responsible for the death of Romeo and Juliet? In the play Romeo was being too hasty by getting married so quickly to Juliet. They both use words and phrases to deliberately offend each other. Or is it all just bad luck and a coincidence? He is also impetuous because he goes straight to open the monument rather than ask Friar Lawrence more details about Juliet. Pay special attention to anomalies and force groups to explain their choices.
She makes most of her decisions by herself. Friar Laurence gave Juliet the idea to fake her death so she could be with Romeo, but Friar failed to tell Romeo that Juliet was faking. She says 'I think it best you married with the county' after helping Romeo and I to get together for so long, she turns and says it's for the best but I just felt betrayed. Romeo and Juliet did their best to keep out of the violence but the people around them such as family friends and the local community that were making them unhappy. It has been debated who is really the blame? If Friar Lawrence had non given Juliet the potion.
Friar Lawrence gives Juliet a potion to fake her death so that she could escape with Romeo. Any time there is a disjointed leap in reasoning. Friar Lawrence is the priest of the Montague family and he is very close to Romeo. What causes people to believe in fate? Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. This is the biggest mistake that he could have made, because not only did it result in his banishment but it also ruined any possible reconciliation between the two households. The Friar then further complicated this already immensely passionate and yet fragile relationship by giving a death emulating potion to Juliet.
Lack of communication affected both Romeo and Juliet, who end up committing suicide. The Friar conducted the secret wedding even though he was aware that the wedding would cause more problems. Similarly, Juliet becomes depressed and is grieving over the truth of her and Romeo's separation. I will ask one student to act as the scribe while the others add to the group list. However, it is every single person are should be blamed for the deaths of both Romeo and Juliet. Because of what he planned to go on. He was acting on an impression that he was given Helen and therefore did not concern himself with Menelaus' potential retribution.
The continual feud between the Montague and Capulet families result in a ongoing conflict and end with the death of Romeo and Juliet. Because of conflicts at home and troubles at school, I decided to drop out. They had such great love for each other that they thought it was worth going against what their parents wanted. The two families feuding made Romeo and Juliet want to run away or kill themselves. Romeo himself feels that he is being controlled by fate.
Firstly, it sets the plot very well. To begin with he gives a potion to Juliet. Obviously, Romeo and Juliet are to blame for their own suicides, and making impulsive decisions. Among the great literary tragedies, Romeo and Juliet may be the most famous of them all. For a person to play the lead role, Romeo, who the play revolves around, comes with extremely high expectations. Paris could not predict Menelaus' actions.
Last, Friar Laurence is the main cause for the deaths of Romeo an Juliet because he gave Juliet the idea to fake her death do she could get out of the planned marriage with Paris. If he had not have made these three major mistakes the couple would still be alive. Shakespeare depicts Tybalt as clearly sharp despotic ordering her to marry. Although I do think that there is one certain person that is most responsible for the deaths. He did non exhaustively think through it.
Come, go, good Juliet; I dare no longer stay. He recklessly and impulsively stabs Mercutio thus precipating a chain of action that leads to the death of both Romeo and Juliet. In the play, both Romeo and Juliet allow their passion to control their judgments, which eventually leads to their suicides. I feel that Romeo and Juliet are also to blame for their own deaths. Shakespeare deliberately creates characters that can be held accountable for the tragic deaths of the central roles.