Juliet chooses to fake her, and one of Romeo’s men catch word of it and deliver the news to Romeo. As Romeo races back to Verona, Friar John was on his way to deliver the truth to Romeo but couldn’t make it to him in time. Romeo breaks into the Capulet tomb to see Juliet for himself. When he does see that Juliet is “dead” he does not choose to live any longer and decides to end his life by drinking a poison. When Juliet awakes and sees Romeo dead next to her she cries and tries to drink from the bottle the poison was in so she could die as well since there was nothing left in the bottle she decided to grab Romeo’s dagger and stab herself, and so she
Juliet took a Potion that put her into a deep sleep, which in result made her family think she was dead. Also making Romeo think the same thing, he went to her grave site to take his own life, there he had an encounter with her fiancé, Paris, and they engaged in a fight and shortly after killing Paris Romeo took his own life. A short time after Juliet awoke from her deep sleep she discovered that her husband and fiancé were dead and took her own
Romeo and Juliet both suicide after seeing each other dead. After Romeo hears about Juliet’s death, he goes to her tomb to see her one last time and kiss her before he suicides. “Here’s to my love. O true apothecary,/Thy drugs are quick. Thus with a kiss I die”(V.iii.119-120). Romeo should have overlooked his quick thoughts of suicide, and should have realized how much he still had to live for. The aftermath of this action was that both Romeo and Juliet both end up dead in the final tragedy. After Juliet sees Romeo dead, she decides to kill herself with a dagger. “Yea, noise? Then I’ll be brief. O, happy dagger,/This is thy sheath. There rust, and let me die”(V.iii.174-175). This evidence is an example of the consequences that can occur after a hasty, sad-driven decision. If Romeo did not suicide while under the influence of his emotions, both Romeo and Juliet would have lived, and the ultimate, final tragedy of the play would have been avoided, but instead, Romeo’s emotions misguided him to choose the awful decision of suicide. These actions reveal how quickly sadness leads to horrendous repercussions due to the actions that it
In the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare there is much debate about who is responsible for Romeo’s death. Romeo and Juliet is a play where two forbidden lovers get married in secret despite their families’ feud. After Tybalt, Juliet’s cousin, kills Mercutio, Romeo’s best friend, Romeo kills Tybalt and is banished from Verona with the promise of death upon return. Lord Capulet plans to force Juliet to marry a man named Paris, but she runs to Friar Lawrence who helps her fake her own death. Romeo finds out but thinks that her death is real and goes to an apothecary, buys poison, and kills himself by Juliet’s side. When Juliet wakes up to find Romeo dead, she stabs herself.
Romeo and Juliet started off liking each other and then they both got married and then Romeo has been banned from Verona. This all happened because of Tybalt had killed Mercutio, so Romeo had chased Tybalt and challenged him to a fight and Romeo had killed Tybalt. After that Juliet’s father had said that the marriage of Paris and Juliet is tomorrow. So then Friar Lawrence had to come up with a plan to get Juliet with Romeo. So the plan was to fake Juliet’s death and Romeo take her and go but that didn’t happen. Romeo’s servant Balthasar thought Juliet was actually dead, but she wasn’t but he still reported it to Romeo. Then Romeo got poison and saw Juliet and then drank the poison. Once Juliet woke up, she saw Paris lying there and then saw Romeo dead. So then she took Romeo’s dagger and stabbed herself. So the blame of Romeo and Juliet’s death should be on Friar Lawrence, Nurse, and The feud between the Capulets and Montagues.
Romeo who was not informed of the Friar’s plan, commits suicide when he sees Juliet unconscious. Juliet arises and sees Romeo dead and takes her own life. The Friar is overpowered by guilt and realizes that he has “...a short date of breath” (Act 5 Scene 3 229). If the Friar was not the reason for two suicides he would have no reason to feel guilty. It is obvious that the Friar is the one to blame. It is clear to see the cause of Juliet’s end after being forced to marry someone she did not love and then separated by someone she did, not to mentioned being rejected by her own father. It is near to complete ignorance not to be able to condemn Capulet for the loss of Juliet. His relationship with his daughter was one that did not operate correctly, causing pain and suffering for everyone, including friends and foes. Separating two lovers from each other was a dangerous act that influenced
Early Saturday morning watchmen were alerted about a fight happening close to the Capulet tomb between Romeo Montague, and Paris Ferrari. When watchman came to the scene they found the dead bodies of Paris Ferrari lying dead in the tomb along with Romeo found dead beside Juliet. Juliet was found with stab wounds and newly dead. The watchman believe Romeo killed Paris with his sword and then killed himself with poison due to the traces of poison on his lips.
The play Romeo and Juliet is a romantic tragedy written by William Shakespeare about two star-crossed lovers from feuding families who die at the end of the story. Romeo and Juliet meet at Capulet party and instantly fall in love. With the help of the local friar, Friar Lawrence, and Juliet’s nurse, they get married after knowing each other only a day, without their parents’ consent. Shortly after the marriage, Romeo is banished for fighting and killing Juliet’s cousin, Tybalt, forcing him to leave their city of Verona. At the same time, Juliet's father, Lord Capulet, tells her she has to marry Paris, a cousin to the Prince, or else he will kick her out of their home. Friar Lawrence comes up with a plan in which Juliet will take a sleeping potion which makes her look dead for 42 hours and then Romeo will come to Verona to get her and take her away with him to a city a day's ride away. Romeo does not receive the message that Juliet really isn't dead and believes her death to be true. He gets poison from a poor apothecary and dies beside Juliet in the Capulet tomb. Juliet wakes up to find Romeo dead beside her, along with Friar Lawrence who came to try and stop Romeo. Juliet refuses to leave and kills herself to be with him. After their deaths, the Prince declares that, “Some shall be pardoned, and some punished” (Shakespeare ???). The characters in the play that should be pardoned are Friar Lawrence, Lord Montague, and the Nurse.
“Romeo and Juliet” is a dramatic romance story that is full of love, hate, secrets, and lies. In Romeo and Juliet, the Capulets and the Montagues have a rivalry, a death penalty placed by the prince is threatened if the families have another brawl. At a Capulet party, Romeo and his friend, Mercutio sneak in, and he meets Juliet. They fall in love, and become married in secret, but Juliet is forced by her father to marry Paris after Romeo killed Tybalt, who is Juliets cousin. To avoid marrying Paris, Juliet fakes her death and Romeo thinks Juliet is honestly dead. He goes to her tomb and drink a potion that killed him almost instantly.When Juliet wakes up, she actually kills herself over the grief over Romeo being dead. In William Shakespeare's “Romeo and Juliet”, Friar Lawrence is ultimately to blame for the deaths of the protagonists, by cause of Friar encouraged them to secure their love, he neglected to inform both parties if his plan to fake Juliet’s death, and he left Juliet when she was extremely emotional.
In the play, Romeo and Juliet, there are several significant details that help the reader Determine who is to blame for the death of Romeo And Juliet. First, the character Lord Capulet brings up the topic of marriage and tries to make her marry Paris. Another important detail is Friar Lawrence’s plan. Overall, these details are significant because Each character and thought or verbal quote had an impact on the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. With this in mind. as stated in Act 3 scene 5 Lord Capulet's consistence that Juliet marry Paris immediately is what leads her to take the potion from Friar Lawrence, which is what leads Romeo to think that she is dead. Romeo kills himself, and when Juliet wakes up she kills herself because he is dead. Therefore,
Though there are many valid arguments on whom or what is to incriminate in the death of Romeo and Juliet, one thing is agreed upon: this was a tragedy. Young people lost their lives in the name of love, or perhaps what they thought was love. Kids of today’s generation still act just as impulsively, which can bring about the loss of life due to dumb decisions. This famous play should be a bold reminder to parents that the kids of our generation need restricted protection and reminded of the consequences of
In the play The Tragedy of Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare, the author illustrates the tragic tale of Romeo and Juliet, two young lovers whose love is forbidden due to the everlasting family feud between the Capulets and the Montagues, however, they are secretly wed by Friar Laurence. Romeo is then banished from the city, leaving Juliet, a soon to be wife of Paris, so in order for her not to get married again, the friar gives Juliet a poison that would put her into a death like coma. Unfortunately, Romeo was not given this information, so when he found her “dead” in the chamber, he committed suicide, leaving Juliet to wake up, only to find her lover dead, thus leading her to also commit suicide, which finally ends the Capulet and Montague
However, Romeo never receives word of what Friar Laurence and Juliet have done, because he never got the letter from Friar John. When Friar John comes back to Friar Laurence, and says he could not find Romeo so he could not deliver the message to him Friar Laurence makes his way towards the Capulet tomb alone. Romeo is also on his way to Juliet's tomb thinking she is dead, and he carries with him a vile of poison to kill himself by his lover's side. Though Friar Laurence may have been closer Romeo arrives first at Juliet's tomb and finds Paris there, after a short duel Romeo kills Paris and continues to Juliet who is still in a death like state. Once by Juliet’s side Romeo thinking his love Juliet is dead proceeds to drink the poison he brought with him killing
Lord capulet is to blame for Romeo and Juliet's death."Therefore be patient, take no note of him, and put off these frowns, unfitting this occasion." Said Capulet (8).This is showing that Capulet doesn't like Romeo. This helps explain because by capulet not liking Romeo that means Romeo and Juliet can't love each other so it led to their deaths because they were in love and wanted to be together so Juliet ran off to be with Romeo and faked her death. After seeing her "dead" Romeo kill himself."Capulet has been talking with a young count named Paris, and agrees that he would make a proper husband for Capulet’s daughter Juliet. He advises Paris to court Juliet at the feast." Said narrator (5).This is showing how capulet didn't want Romeo as his daughters wife. Capulet is forcing his daughter to marry Paris and she doesn't know yet. He thinks Paris is a better
Whodunnit? You may think that while reading a mystery novel, but you wouldn't expect that question to be presented to you after reading the classic Romeo and Juliet. This tragic romance forbidden by both of their families has a well-known ending: their double suicide. But has anyone wondered who is to blame? The Friar? Romeo and Juliet themselves? No. The Nurse is clearly to blame for their deaths. The Nurse filled Juliet’s head with thoughts of romance, changed her mind about Romeo after his banishment, and assisted in getting Romeo and Juliet together secretly.