Revenge Romeo and Juliet suggests that the desire for revenge is both a natural and a devastating human quality. The themes of Romeo and Juliet uncovers through the relationship of the main characters in the play. At the conclusion of the scene, in a reaction of brass judgement, Romeo demands the Friar tell him what part of the body his name is, so he may cut it out with a knife he has drawn. In what the characters do and in what they say. He comes to a conclusion based on his own discipline alone.
Another example, of the Friar's selfish intentions, is the tomb scene,where-upon finding Juliet in there, and two dead bodies lying on the floor, he needs no persuasion to leave, which he does so in immense. Is Juliet the antagonist in Romeo and Juliet or is it the well-meaning Friar Laurence? However, it is every single person are should be blamed for the deaths of both Romeo and Juliet. As a man of God, he leaves Juliet to kill herself, even though it is entirely his fault that she was put in that specific situation. Hold your love one's close. All that matters is that these families have continued to avenge forgotten slights for generations.
At this time, Juliet tries to delays the wedding for more time to formulate a plan, which helps her solves all the problems. This banishment of Romeo's inevitably leads to even greater problems later in the play. He tells Balthasar that he has come to open the Capulet tomb in order to take back a valuable ring he had given to Juliet. The central obstacle of the play is that the two passionate lovers are separated by a feud based on their family names. Even Mercutio, who is not actually a Montague, is killed for his association with that family. Romeo, the son of Montague, runs into his cousin Benvolio.
Would it have even made a difference? However, one person who contributed more their deaths is Friar Laurence, he caused this tragedy by getting involved in the process as their advisor. Juliet sees Romeo dead beside her, and surmises from the empty vial that he has drunk poison. Is it fate, or is it a strange coincidence that Lord Capulet should send out invitations to his banquet using an illiterate messenger? Romeos love for Rosaline is based on a courtly relationship only meeting once their love for each other was very strong. Ask for me tomorrow, and you shall find me a grave man. The two lovers ended up dying due to an unexpected turn of events.
In my opinion, there is no one particular person to really blame on their death. Love, in Romeo and Juliet, is a grand passion, and as such it is blinding; it can overwhelm a person as powerfully and completely as hate can. Destiny appears again when Juliet says She imagines Romeo dead in a tomb, act three scene five. Hence, the Friar did not understand how to be a leader and did not follow through. Longtime rivals in religion and business, the Montagues and the Capulets share a page from the Jets and Sharks of West Side Story when they form rival gangs.
He tries to retaliate during the celebration, but is prevented by Lord Capulet, who in turn tell him not to cause any trouble. As rich, in equal splendour. You hope to follow them in death, into the afterlife. Romeo and Juliet's story begins in the streets of Verona. Although I do think that there is one certain person that is most responsible for the deaths. This makes the passing references to death spoken by the lovers all the more shocking to the audience.
Shakespeare uses dramatic irony here. The Prologue offers us the inevitable fate of the two lovers short and abrupt. There are several ways in which the characters in Romeo and Juliet consider death. To a certain extent, Friar John fails send the letter to Romeo foreshadow the play will have a tragedy ending. Unfortunately, Romeo ends up killing Tybalt. It is what the movies think is love, it is what people fall into and fall out of it is not true love though. Father Laurence is the first therapist in literature Shakespeare doesn't do.
Human nature killed Romeo and Juliet. But, contrary to the popular image that their warring families are the source of this violence, it stems from the lovers themselves, and is directed at themselves. Go, tell the prince: run to the Capulets: Raise up the Montagues: some others search: We see the ground whereon these woes do lie; But the true ground of all these piteous woes We cannot without circumstance descry. Romeo goes to a masked ball at the Capulet's household where he falls in love with Juliet. The appeal of the play is Shakespeare's masterful stagecraft, because the audience are told of the tragic ending at the beginning of the play, but want to know how they are driven to their deaths. To me this is not a love story, but a cautionary tale of what happens when you allow lust and impulsiveness to cloud your decisions. The threat of violence that pervades the first acts manifests itself in the latter half of the play, when key characters die and the titular lovers approach their terrible end.
Considering that no other relationships in the play are as pure as that between Romeo and Juliet, though, it is easy to see that Shakespeare respects the power of such a youthful, passionate love but also laments the transience of it. Their death is caused by Romeo's hamartia which I believe to be impulsivity. It is impossible to pin point a single cause for their death, that would have still lead to their death in the absolute absence of the others. Fate is the cause of Romeo and Juliet's death. 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. A strong sense of identity can certainly be a boon in life, but in this play, it only forces separation between the characters. True love is blind and makes you forget everything except the person you love.
He consistently shows that he is a horrible decision maker, and that he is entirely responsible for the death of Juliet. She finally tells Juliet all that. Even my former 9th graders felt that it was all rather silly to have to go through all of that drama. When i read Shakespeare's story i see two young people so ill prepaired for the very adult situations they found themselves in. Mercutio should have been more responsible for his actions.