Doing this, however, can lead to devastating consequences. However, as time moves on, the Friar lets on that he has regrets about the marriage. Friar Lawrence is to blame because he's the one that married Romeo and Juliet. For example, Romeo goes back to Verona immediately when he hears Juliet is dead. A message is sent to her lover to apprise him of this turning of events, who is in a nearby city. To discuss whether Romeo and Juliet are responsible for their deaths, one must analyse various causes of this tragedy.
Proud can I never be of what I hate; But thankful even for hate, that is meant love Juliet tells her father, who becomes very unhappy with her, that she does not wish to marry Paris, by saying she is thankful for his offer, but cannot do something she hates or marry someone she hates. This proves that Montague is a caring parent. The Friar also sees the marriage as a way of reconciling the two disputing families. The last important cause was a variety of mistakes. This is because she was in love with Romeo. Not being able to see Juliet pushed Romeo over the edge and forced him to commit suicide because he felt though was no other reason to live except for Juliet.
Death by suicide is exemplified by the death of Romeo and Juliet. These reasons make up the answer to ultimately, who, or what, was to blame in this hapless tale. One reason Capulet made the situation worse was because he was making Juliet marry Paris, who she did not love and Capulet also separated her from Romeo, who she did love and it because he separated them that caused Juliet to die. She shows her desire for attention and the fact that she is a short-sighted thinker by encouraging Juliet to marry Paris as well as Romeo. It could be that it was written in their fate to die in this way.
This is also because of fate. Romeo is condemned to banishment, not to death. The blame lies mostly on these three parties because their decisions greatly influenced the outcome of this Shakespearean tragedy. One of the main reasons for the tragedy in the play would have been Romeo and Juliet both going against their… and avoiding it. It is inexcusable to let someone else to do this urgent thing.
Their raging parents that are never settled? 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. Secondly, Friar Laurence gives Juliet a sleeping potion so that she can be with Romeo. This whole movement of passion is portrayed in different ways but it was the strong influential passion that caused this tragedy, the passion of the two lovers and the passion of the families. None of any of the tragedies would have occurred if Romeo and Juliet were not married. Nevertheless, for Romeo, banishment from Verona means separation from Juliet; and we learn this is worse than death. There are many possible reasons, but the best theory is the combination of the enmity between the families and Juliet and Romeo's desperation and anxiety. At this time, Juliet tries to delays the wedding for more time to formulate a plan, which helps her solves all the problems.
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. Madam, if you could find out but a man To bear a poison, I would temper it, That Romeo should, upon receipt thereof, Soon sleep in quiet. In the play, Romeo and Juliet are very young and constantly seek advice and guidance of people older and supposedly wiser than them, like Friar Lawrence and the Nurse. However, the Friar puts too much trust in Friar John, who consequently fails to deliver the letter to Romeo. Also, if they were never married they would not have such passion and reason for wanting to be together and therefore would not have killed themselves because their spouse was dead.
It is Friar Lawrence's' fault that Romeo is not informed and ends up confused about the recent happenings involving Juliet. Speak not, reply not, do not answer me! Under these conditions, as the Friar predicts, Romeo sinks into a deep depression; as a result of the fact that he cannot see his wife. I also blame Lord and Lady Capulet, Juliet's parents because they should have paid more attention to Juliet's wishes when she refused to marry Paris. Death is an elusive concept that binds and connects a series of themes and issues that occur in Romeo and Juliet. Fate is also another factor that can be blamed for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. Of course, this forbidden love brought unfortunate luck, and both Romeo and Juliet died at the end of the play.
Throughout the play the reader is able to identify two types of death; death by suicide and death by homicide. Capulet, the father of Juliet, may be responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet because if it were not for the quarrel between the two families, Romeo. He then goes to her tomb where she is laid to rest and kills himself. It is too late, nothing will bring them back. Romeo and Juliet are two lovers who are kept apart by their feuding families and as a result, Romeo and Juliet both commit suicide as they cannot be together.