Friar is held accountable for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet, in William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet. Friar Lawrence had given Juliet the potion to sleep, which causes other people to think shes dead. Word gets back to Romeo and he has yet to receive the important letter that FL has sent him. Romeo then kills himself at the sight of Juliet’s tomb right before she awakens.Juliet awakens at the sight of her husband dead, and she commits suicide with a dagger.If Friar Lawrence would of been more responsible Romeo and Juliet would not have
As the old saying goes, young love is blind. Romeo and Juliet is a play written by William Shakespeare, two star-crossed lovers defying their families’ ancient grudge to be with each other, even if that means in death. The question is who is to blame? Romeo, even in death should be held responsible. If it weren’t for his series of misguided actions the outcome would have been very different. The situations he created for himself showed his fickle nature, impulsive behavior and impatient demeanor towards everything that occurred.
Friar Lawrence is the one to blame for Romeo and Juliet's deaths because he fell upon several faults that he should not have encouraged. Some things Friar Lawrence did that was not good is providing the poison and sleeping potion to Juliet so
The final act of William Shakespeare’s Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet is one of the most well-known resolutions in all of literature. A Shakespearean tragedy often involves a protagonist with a tragic flaw that ultimately leads to their death. Romeo and Juliet’s impetuous and passionate relationship leads to their deaths. However, the lovers are not the only ones responsible for their tragic ends. Friar Lawrence is also guilty for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet, as he the married the couple in secret and devised a faulty plan to reunite the lovers.
There are tragedies everywhere and everytime, with these tragedies you have to blame someone or something for it. In Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare they’d blame fate instead of themselves because they could have been responsible for the disaster they caused. Romeo was to blame for the misfortune in the city of verona. Romeo’s responsible for his hastiness, responsible for the deaths that happened in under 3 days and Convincing Friar Lawrence to get Romeo and Juliet.
In the play, Romeo and Juliet, there are many people to blame for Romeo and Juliet’s death. This is because Romeo and Juliet both committed suicide. When choosing who to blame, you have to look at who drove them the most. The best choices would be Juliet, Friar Lawrence, and Romeo. These people were picked because they play a big enough role in the deaths because of how much they were involved.
Secondly Tybalt sends a decree for a fight and he kills Mercutio. This is shown by “I will not budge for no man’s pleasure, I”. This reveals that Mercutio wants to have a fight with Tybalt. Tybalt wants to have a fight with Romeo the most but Mercutio gets in the way. Mercutio feels that he must stand by the Montague’s. He feels he needs to be a true Montague and fight. Romeo retaliates and kills Tybalt in anger and revenge for his friend. This is apparent in the line “Either thou or I, or both, must go with him. This conveys that Romeo felt he had to get revenge for Mercutio but he really didn’t mean to kill Tybalt and couldn’t believe that he’d actually done it.
That he only wanted to stop the fights between the Capulet’s amd Montague’s. Evidence can be found in Act 2, Scene 3, when Romeo visits Friar Lawrence asking for him to conduct Romeo and Juliet’s marriage. At first, Friar Lawrence is angered at Romeo’s change in emotions toward who he loves, so quickly. Then, Friar Lawrence agrees to conduct the marriage, telling Romeo that he would “turn your household’s rancor to pure love”. However, there is a weakness in this argument; Friar Lawrence should not be the one making all the decisions for either Romeo or Juliet. He should have gotten the Capulet and Montegue parents’ consent before conducting the marriage. In Act 1, Scene 1, The Montegue parents are concerned in their son, Romeo. Noticing that he has been in deep depression and thinks “good counsel may the cause remove”. Romeo does not talk to his parents about any problems but will talk to Benvolio. This shows that Lord and Lady Montegue are willing to help Romeo and make decisions for him. Friar Lawrence should not try to break the tension between the two families, only leave it to the parents to
In the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, multiple characters were responsible for the tragic ending of the play. One of the characters was Friar Lawrence who was a religious figure who married Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet, two lovers from feuding families.Friar Lawrence is a mentor to Romeo and offers him advice about loving Juliet. Friar Lawrence cared for both Romeo and Juliet and married them despite knowing that the lovers were supposed to be sworn enemies due to their feuding families. He also rushed to Juliet’s tomb in order to make sure nothing bad had happened to Romeo or Juliet because Friar John’s failure to deliver the letter which was a crucial part of Lawrence’s plan to reunite the lovers. The letter outlined the friar’s plan and explained Juliet’s supposed death to Romeo but it didn’t not reach him in time which eventually led to the double-suicide of the lovers. However, Friar Lawrence concocted a poison which simulated a death-like state and gave it to Juliet which could have actually killed her which is a punishable deed. Friar Lawrence committed
All teenagers have their moments, moments where they make an incredibly dumb decision after thinking about it for maybe two seconds or moments when they take extreme actions for minimal reasons. Some are worse than others, but the character Romeo in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet has “teenage moments” that are sure to exceed any and all you have ever heard of. Romeo is the character most to blame for the tragic events in Romeo and Juliet because he acted overly impulsive, he felt the emotions of the situations too deeply resulting in him acting dramatic, and he was too quick to go to the extremes. Romeo is the most to blame for the events that occur in Romeo and Juliet because he acted overly impulsive. In scene 3, Mercutio and Tybalt start to fight.
Immediately, Friar Lawrence makes a rash decision when he agrees to marry Romeo and Juliet in Act 2 Scene 3. Friar Lawrence is hesitant at first, but he agrees to do so as he thinks that marrying the two only children of Verona’s feuding families might end the rancour. He clearly does not carefully consider the consequences. The marriage then causes even more problems and eventually leads to the death of Romeo and Juliet. Another instance of the Friar’s recklessness is when he gives Juliet the potion to make her appear dead.
Blame is the attempt of putting someone at fault for something they may have done. In many cases, people resort to blame to protect them from certain outcomes or as a source of coping after taking part in an action. Blame serves as a factor in “Romeo and Juliet” by creating conflict between characters and creating difficulty when discerning the truth and reality of their lives. The people that are blamed for Romeo and Juliet's deaths are Friar Laurence and Romeo and Juliet themselves.
Almost every tragedy has someone to blame. in the story Romeo and Juliet, Romeo kills himself because friar laurence and, friar john didn’t deliver his note in time, so romeo poisoned himself because the note with the information on it didnt get to him.
Two star-crossed lovers with an inevitable fate of never being able to live together has their destiny fulfilled when they take their own lives after they soon realized they cannot be together, but refuse to live that way. There were two houses, the Montagues and the Capulets, who both had a terrible feud. Unlucky it was for the only child of the Montagues, Romeo, and the only child of the Capulets, Juliet, to fall in love. The two teens had to hide their love from their families because they knew they would never approve. Eventually after many unfortunate events caused by poor timing, the two ended their lives to be with each other. After mourning the deaths of their children, the two houses ended the feud for good. Time is to blame for the
Many deaths could have been avoided if Romeo had thought things through. In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Romeo was at fault for almost every death in the play, including his own. It is the 14th century in a town in northern Italy called Verona. This is where the story of the star-crossed lovers caught in the middle of their families long-standing feud takes place. The Montague and Capulet houses have been quarreling for such a long time that the origin of the feud is unknown. The lovers, young Romeo and Juliet, meet at a masquerade party thrown by the Capulets and fall in love at first sight. Romeo generated the tragic demise of himself and Juliet by ignoring warning signs and making impulsive decisions.