Shakespeare closely tangles the play so every character and event plays an important role in the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Romeo is a young teenager of the Montague Household, who falls in love with Juliet, a Capulet whose family are ancient enemies of the Montagues. Second is giving Juliet the potion to make her death plan Being scared of being banished he does not want to get caught and makes this outrageous plan. However, as time moves on, the Friar lets on that he has regrets about the marriage. If Romeo stays sober and find out why Juliet laying in the monument, Juliet will not commit suicide after she wakes up and sees her lover die beside her.
Although I do think that there is one certain person that is most responsible for the deaths. Some of them said that the environmental…. He should have dissuaded them from marrying and deterred them from having a relationship. The story then goes into detail about the feud and introduces Juliet to Romeo. However I am going to focus on two key characters: the nurse and Friar Lawrence. Juliet is very close to her Nurse because she had been like a surrogate mother to her. They secretly got married without either of their parents blessing which put Romeo in a bad position as he could have gotten in a lot of trouble off Capulet.
The nurse was a witty character ''Yea, quoth he, dost thou fall upon thy face? Resources include a workbook program that helps students improve their analytical vocabulary and their persuasive and reasoning skills. The Nurse being a tattletale out spoken individual was besides responsible for the decease of Juliet. Can we blame Romeo and Juliet for their own deaths or were they simply victims? Initially at the masked ball, Tybalt is warned by Capulet to bury his resentment, but instead he is left smouldering from what he feels as an offensive intrusion by a Montague. The Capulet family has only one child, Juliet. Like Romeo, she was excessively rash in hotfooting into matrimony.
In my view I do not think that one certain character is solely responsible, I think that there is an array of people that could be proved responsible. By the result of the two family members dying the rivalry ended and they reconcile. In this play it is difficult to get away from fate. Lord and lady Montague are much more caring for Romeo than the Capulets with their family. It was unjust of him to send Romeo away from Verona as a punishment for killing Tybalt when the fight was Tybalt's fault. Romeo being the heroic helpful boy he is, helped Mercutio by killing Tybalt.
He was there throughout Romeo and Juliet's lives; he married them, came up with a plan to keep them together, and was a friend throughout their tragedies. Without the Friar many crucial and tragic events would not have happened in Romeo and Juliet, but how much does Shakespeare convince us that the Friar is to blame for the tragic ending, and that he is the sole influence that drives Romeo and Juliet to end their lives so terribly? They both came from feuding families, which held an ancient grudge against each other. Lord and Lady Montague both hold some of the blame. She feigns death which leads to disaster upon the lack of communication with Romeo. Romeo himself feels that he is being controlled by fate. Shakespeare didn't only write tragedies Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy as we will see in throughout this task.
The Friar invents this entire plan, which will take total perfection and cooperation on everyone's part to work. Friar Lawrence is shocked that Romeo has so quickly changed his affection from Rosaline to Juliet. The Friar also sees the marriage as a way of reconciling the two disputing families. By saying that, she over-stepped her boundaries of being just Juliet's nurse. It is inexcusable to let someone else to do this urgent thing. In this essay I will be exploring the reasons as to why some people would argue that a certain person or people are to blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. Shakespeare depicts Tybalt as clearly sharp despotic ordering her to marry.
After that, the two died because of miscommunication. Many have said that romance brings love and affection, but when taken to the extreme, it can lead to tragedy and despair. Similarly, Juliet becomes depressed and is grieving over the truth of her and Romeo's separation. The nurse is Juliet's maid and helper. Shakespeare constructs the two figures as mirror images of their different families which bear an ancient grudge that is difficult, or impossible, to resolve. He is stubborn, hot-tempered and provocative. On multiple occasions the nurse becomes entangled by this fragile romance.
Romeo is exiled and runs away to Mantua. When Romeo kills Tybalt, Romeo must flee. The deaths of Romeo and Juliet are tragic in that they could have been prevented if not for their own foolish actions. There are various events and misunderstandings which lead up to their deaths. Juliet demonstrates that she is not naive and that she is wise during the balcony scene where Romeo says they should marry. He employs puns that are used by both Tybalt and Merc to inflame the situation. As a result she consults Friar Lawrence.
This is because Tybalt, fought with Mercutio, which made Romeo step in, kill him and then get banished from Verona. This shows that he is too quick and running around looking for Friar Lawrence to tell him something in a hurry. To find out, many things have to be looked into like the. In fact, the nurse is more if a mother to Juliet then Lady Capulet. People also could be blamed.
Romeo does not want to fight, so Mercutio steps in. Romeo and Juliet had a strong love for each which no one could separate even if they were apart. The deaths of Romeo and Juliet is mostly cause by Tybalt, Friar Lawrence, and Romeo himself… or chain of occurrences. 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. Only when it is too late, he realizes how foolish he has been. As a friar and the only adult that Juliet trusts, Friar Lawrence puts himself before Juliet, and worries about getting caught by the watch. It is Friar Lawrence's' fault that Romeo is not informed and ends up confused about the recent happenings involving Juliet.