After Macbeth's death, I Malcolm was named King of Scotland. Macbeth left a huge hole and led a terrible reign. Now I as king, have a job to my people to restore Scotland and build it back up to how it was and erase Macbeth's mistakes. Macbeth was no King, he was so obsessed with power he became a Tyrant. In doing so he caused panic and horror to my people of . After Macbeth's death I now must restore what was once was my home and is my kingdom to rule. I know as king i have a lot of work to do to restore my home and regain my peoples trust but in deed Scotland will flourish once again.
The famous play of Romeo and Juliet written by William Shakespeare is about two people who share an overpowering love for each other. Juliet was insanely attracted to the one person in the world who she was not allowed to love, Romeo, while he was also in love with her. Because Romeo and Juliet's families had been fighting for many years, the lovers had to go to a great extent to keep their love a secret which would bring about their death. This then brings up the question of who was responsible for their death. Friar Laurence is responsible for the death of Romeo and Juliet because he married them without having the parents consent and giving Juliet the vial of poison.
The play Romeo and Juliet is known by almost everyone in this world. However, how many people understand the words in the final lines of the play. In the play’s final lines, the Prince promises that “Some shall be pardon'd, and some punished.” This quote means some people the effect that occur and some will not. More importantly the speech the Prince gave was directed at the people responsible for Romeo and Juliet’s deaths. Those characters are Mercutio, Tybalt, Friar Laurence, Balthasar, the Apothecary, Capulet, Montague, and Friar John. To sum up, the promise was mainly directed at those who played a role in Romeo and Juliet death. For instance in Act 3 line 83 Tybalt was looking to fight Romeo. As a result of this Romeo was banished, Mercutio dies, and later on Tybalt also dies.
Romantic love stories are often ended with a tragedy, because of loss of passion or a loved one. These tragedies are often the result of one person’s actions that ended someone’s life or love. In the Romeo and Juliet play written by William Shakespeare, two citizens of Verona come together and fall deeply in love. Unfortunately their love comes to an end, along with their lives, because of a misunderstanding and a persistent feud between their families. Although there are many characters in this play that have contributed to Romeo and Juliet’s death, Friar Laurence is the person most to blame.
Romeo and Juliet takes place in a city called Verona, and tells of the feuding families of the Capulets and the Montagues. The story focuses on the love between two lovers from these families, Romeo and Juliet. They are young adults, forbidden to love each other by their families, and have to keep their love a secret. There are many people who are responsible for their deaths, but if there is one character in this play that is most responsible, it would be Juliet’s father, Lord Capulet. Capulet is responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet because he refused to forget about the feud, didn’t remove Romeo from the Capulet party, and that he forced Juliet to marry a man she didn’t love so that he could have closer ties with the Royal Family.
Did you ever wonder what was the main reason for the deaths in Romeo & Juliet. This play is about Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare. The story started off with two families fuding. Romeo, one of the main characters, in love with another woman. He was later rejected by her, and then turned into a state of depression. His friend, Mercutio, decided that he should go to a party to get over the rejection. When Romeo arrived he looked for Rosaline, instead he found Juliet. Him and Juliet fell in love the same night, later they decided to get married. The next day they married, and Romeo went home to get ready to celebrate. On his way home Mercutio and Tybalt got into a fight causing Mercutio to die. Romeo killed Tybalt, then got banished. Juliet
Lady Macbeth was more responsible for the death of King Duncan then Macbeth.Throughout the story Macbeth is sort of on an emotional rollercoaster bouncing between I should kill him, but he’s such a nice guy, and then back to I should kill him. Throughout the play Macbeth seems to be more playing the role of a child and Lady Macbeth the mother having control over everything Macbeth does through manipulation and demeaning him. During WWII the sedition act was passed so that someone
Imagine if your own father or someone that you look up to acts as a irresponsible role model and gives you bad advice. Likewise, in the play, “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare, Friar Laurence is a father-like figure to young Romeo. Although an adult, Friar neglects his responsibility to guide Romeo on the right path. He gives Romeo bad advice throughout the whole play. This leads to the downfall of Romeo and Juliet. Friar Laurence is responsible for the death of Romeo and Juliet because he married them without their parents consent, he gave Juliet a dangerous potion to drink, and he left Juliet alone with her dead husband in her time
People say that it’s Romeo and Juliet’s fault because they died. The real reason why they died was because of their family feud. If their families would have gotten along they would have never had hidden their love from their families. Their families wouldn’t have to get to funerals now if they just got along and they would just go through a wedding. These are, why they get to sit at funerals all day instead of going to a wedding where no one dies.
The first to attribute in Romeo and Juliet's death was the nurse. The second person to attribute to Romeo and Juliet’s death was Romeo. The final person to attribute to Romeo and Juliet’s death was Friar John. Therefore even though Romeo and Juliet are responsible for their own deaths, The nurse, and Friar John also contributed.
The people at fault for the death of Romeo and Juliet are Friar Laurence, Balthasar, and Romeo and Juliet. Friar Laurence shares responsibility for their death because despite his prediction of future problems with their marriage, he still married them. Balthasar shares responsibility for the death of Romeo and Juliet for giving Romeo false information about Juliet’s death. Lastly, Romeo and Juliet were at fault for their own deaths because they killed themselves. Friar Laurence and Balthasar played a part towards their deaths, but Romeo and Juliet should take the most responsibility.
Throughout time there have been many tragedies caused by very strong emotions, and one of these emotions in particular is love. This is exactly what caused the death of two star-crossed lovers in William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet. You may ask yourself, “Is there any single person who can be held responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet, rather than just an emotion?” Well, the answer is yes. Friar Lawrence was very well responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet for some obvious and overlooked reasons.
The character of Romeo is responsible for the death of himself because Romeo made his decisions, such as killing Tybalt, going to the Capulet party, and moving on from Rosaline too quickly. Romeo made his decision of killing Tybalt from getting revenge for Mercutio. Romeo didn't think about the consequences of killing someone from Juliet's family. The result of Tybalt being killed was Juliet's parents wanting her to marry Paris to help her through her grief, which lead to Friar Lawrence's plan to fake Juliet's death, so she can remain married to Romeo instead of having to marry Paris. Another decision Romeo made was to go to the Capulet party, even though he's a Montague. He went to the party and met Juliet, who was a Capulet. This caused them
“From for the fatal lions of these two foes, a pair of stare-cross’d lovers take their life’s, whose misadventur’d piteouse overthrows? Doth with their death bury their parent’s strife” (Shakespeare). Many deaths are caused due to this tragic love. The person responsible for Romeo and Juliet’s death is Friar Laurence due to the fact that he was a misleader, reckless and bad advisor. Even though he was just trying to help these two young lovers, he made things lead to a tragedy.
Although it is difficult to determine who or what is the most responsible for the tragic ending of Romeo and juliet, I believe that the eternal feud between the Montagues and Capulets that prohibits the love of Romeo and Juliet is what can be blamed most for their unfortunate deaths.