Mercutio is a kinsman to the prince and friend of Romeo. However, it is every single person are should be blamed for the deaths of both Romeo and Juliet. The lone case of destiny managed to direct Romeo into its web like a spider. The nurse was a witty character ''Yea, quoth he, dost thou fall upon thy face? He was older than Juliet and should have been more responsible for what they did. None of these events would have been possible if it were not for the Friar. In the extraordinary track of the play, the unconquerable love, heroic actions, and faithful vows of the two lovers finger our hearts hard like a spiky thorn and soft like the delicate silk. Juliet led a sheltered life and was very naï¿½ve.
Mercutio should have also realised that Romeo would never have been allowed into the Capulet mansion because of the feuding between families. 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. The eternal feud between Montague and Capulets restraints the love between Romeo and Juliet and ultimately lead to their death. T put them together so what or who did? Shakespeare deliberately creates characters that can be held accountable for the tragic deaths of the central roles. She told Juliet not to worry about Romeo as he is a murderer and banished she will never See him again. From the very start, we get an understanding of sense of place and purpose.
Mercutio fights Tybalt, as Tybalt is willing to fight almost anyone, and gets killed. The Capulet family has only one child, Juliet. In the play, many factors lead to the death of Romeo and Juliet; among these are fate, impulsive love and the rivalry between the Montague and Capulet family. The Friar does attempt to explain the situation in a letter but Romeo never receives it. The Friar, in particular, questions Romeo's temperament towards love.
Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare In Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare, the feud between the Montague and Capulet families led to the tragic deaths of Romeo and Juliet. This shows that he is too quick and running around looking for Friar Lawrence to tell him something in a hurry. Romeo and Juliet come from feuding families that would never allow their love, but they love each other anyways. The Friar played an important role in this part of Romeo and Juliet. I think that the person to blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet is mostly Romeo. The main factor to blame was the feud between the Montages and Capulets because all the actions of the individuals were driven by the feud. Who is to blame for the death of Romeo and Juliet? I think that he has to calm down and not be so hasty and plan things instead of being so sudden.
Later on in the play he is happy for them to be married as soon as possible. Shakespeare depicts Tybalt as clearly sharp despotic ordering her to marry. The fact that he agrees to marry Romeo and Juliet secretly instead of encouraging them to confront their families shows how he set their death in motion. Among the great literary tragedies, Romeo and Juliet may be the most famous of them all. Juliet is in love with Romeo who is a Montague, the rival family. In doing this Mercutio is killed by Tybalt. In spite of Romeos plan to marry Rosaline, fates plan was to meet and fall in love with Juliet.
It is a tragedy that Romeo and Juliet end up killing themselves because it was the people around them, mainly their families who were feuding and arguing. O, tell me not of fear! Is it fate, or is it a strange coincidence that Lord Capulet should send out invitations to his banquet using an illiterate messenger? Romeo again talks of the stars and of shaking off the burden imposed by fate. He accuses her of being ungrateful. Instead, he had some slight hope that the marriage would end the long-standing feud between the Montague family and the Capulet family. Mercutio should have been more responsible for his actions. Romeo at first feels that he is too depressed after Rosaline renounced his love.
To find out, many things have to be looked into like the. Later on in the play in act 3 scene 1, Tybalt again looks for a fight with Romeo. Although, when Juliet tried to see her newly-wed husband, Romeo, things turn for the worse and they both die together. 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. 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. Friar Lawrence instigates the dangerous plan that has disastrous consequences, although love and peace are his main aims. Discuss three characters who are responsible for Romeo and Juliet's deaths Romeo and Juliet is a young couples play about love and hate.
What causes people to believe in fate? Romeo and Juliet meet accidentally at a ball where they fall in love and gets married secretly. 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. Lord and Lady Montague both hold some of the blame. That person is Friar Lawrence, but as well I blame the power of love; Romeo and Juliet were so strongly in love and that love lead to both of their deaths. Many have said that romance brings love and affection, but when taken to the extreme, it can lead to tragedy and despair. He married the lovers without the consent of either parents. He also wrote comedies, sonnets, love and many other different styles of play.
When Juliet informs the nurse that she is to marry Romeo, instead of questioning the situation and wondering if all this was happening all too quickly the Nurse is full of glee for the young bride. This state of affairs could hold easy been avoided if Friar Lawrence gave the missive personally to Romeo. They are shown going through so many hurdles to succeed in their love and whether they succeed at the end or not is. Similarly, Juliet becomes depressed and is grieving over the truth of her and Romeo's separation. These two star-crossed lovers are not the only one's responsible for their own deaths; Friar Lawrence and the nurse are also to blame for Romeo and Juliet's deaths. He makes not only one, but three major mistakes that all results in death of Juliet. Upon hearing this Juliet becomes desperate and makes multiple bad decisions.