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    Introduction In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Friar Lawrence plays a great role and contributes to one of the biggest events throughout the play. As a member of the Order of St. Francis, a group of wise and trustworthy priests, Romeo and Juliet trusted Friar Lawrence, would often turn to him for advice and solutions. Romeo and Juliet’s death were a result of Friar Lawrence’s poorly thought out decisions. Friar Lawrence guided Romeo and Juliet, he married them in secret and gave Juliet the vial that ironically

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    Friar Lawrence is the reason for the death of Romeo and Juliet. The reason being very few people know about the forbidden love of Romeo, and Juliet; the Friar being one of which to know. Friar Lawrence is just trying to be helpful; in doing this he manages to mess up their lives even more. This first situation starts with the pre marriage of the two young loves. Now you are aware of how when someone points something out it makes it extremely obvious, right? In Act 2 the Friar accidentally does

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    Friar Lawrence is good person to care more about people like a Juliet and Romeo he cared a lot for them than himself. Friar Lawrence was more responsible for the many good things that had happened in Romeo & Juliet Shakespeare. Friar Lawrence goal was to stop the war between the Capulet and Montagues by trying to arrange marriage a for the two most honor lovers in history Romeo & Juliet. After Juliet and Romeo had arrived at Friar Lawrence’s chamber to marry each other Friar Lawrence was in shock

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    available to counsel Romeo and Juliet, Friar Lawrence failed miserably in his duties. Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet presents the the tragic tale of two star-crossed lovers from feuding Italian clans. Friar Lawrence is the character most to blame for the tragic events in Romeo and Juliet. Friar Lawrence should have stopped the wedding and informed the prince or their families, he should have not given Juliet the sleeping potion, and lastly, he should have should have ensured that Romeo was informed of

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    Friar Lawrence was one of the most important characters in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. He taught the couple some very important things and supported them throughout their journey. He progresses the plot in many ways and changes the destiny of Romeo, and Juliet. They call him Father not just because they’re supposed to, but because they respect, and believe what he says will someday be true. In the very beginning when Friar Lawrence is introduced he was already progressing the plot. Romeo told

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    Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, numerous characters contribute to the culpability towards the demise of the two protagonists on account of the decisions they made. Nevertheless, the character that is most responsible is Friar Lawrence. We comprehend this when he consents to join Romeo and Juliet in marriage, gives Juliet the potion, and does not verify that Romeo acquires the letter. One action that Friar Lawrence carries out that contributes to the ultimate deaths of Romeo and Juliet is agreeing to

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    Shakespeare's tragedy, Romeo & Juliet, portrays this through the character Friar Lawrence who holds the role of a holy figure. He is expected to help many people with their conflicts including Romeo and Juliet’s. The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet ends with both young lovers dead at the end. Friar Lawrence is guilty for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet because he makes hasty decisions and does not think things through. Friar Lawrence is responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet because he makes hasty

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    Thesis: In Romeo and Juliet, Friar Lawrence is the person to blame for Romeo and Juliets tragedy because he married them for the wrong reasons. He also created a risky plan that is part of the reason things ended so badly. Lastly, Lawrence covered up their marriage, which created more problems. Topic Sentence #1: Friar Lawrence married Romeo and Juliet for all the wrong reasons. For example, instead of thinking logically and making the best decision for Romeo and Juliet, Lawrence only married

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    In the tragic playwright Romeo and Juliet written by William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet are star crossed lovers, and their lives are cut short in an untimely death. Originally performed in the Elizabethan Era, when Black Death was rife throughout England, Romeo and Juliet encompasses many aspects from that time such as family loyalties and young marriage. The play focuses on two families, the Montagues and Capulets, and how their decade long feud ultimately led to the deaths of their two children

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    Throughout The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet Friar Lawrence, the mediator of the play, assists Romeo and Juliet through their many problems. Many people see the Friar as a spiritual guardian or mentor for this young couple. Friar Lawrence marries the two and attempts to mend their problems. For example, he attempts to mend Romeo and Juliet’s marriage when Prince Escalus banishes Romeo and when Lord and Lady Capulet try to force Juliet to marry Paris. When this spiritual guardian marries the young couple

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