In my opinion all of the above characters had a part in the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. It is a major cause because if the feud had not existed then there would be more chance of Romeo and Juliet being able to marry. Death is an elusive concept that binds and connects a series of themes and issues that occur in Romeo and Juliet. He mostly contributed to the deceases of Romeo and Juliet by get marrieding them despite non acquiring their parents consent. This ultimately gives the audience an impression of the play and its forthcoming events. Act 1, Scene 2, Line 78-81 The servant told Romeo and Benevolent that they are now invited to the party of his master Lord Caplet, but Romeo and Benevolent are Montague! Guilty Deaths The Shakespearian play Romeo and Juliet is a well known story about star-crossed lovers whose fates end in tragedy.
It is surely possible, and it is again because of a mistake Romeo made. The fight between the Montagues and the Capulets plays a big role in the story of the tragedy. There were many causes that aided and led to the death of Romeo and Juliet. Friar Laurence is responsible for the death of Romeo and Juliet by marrying the young lovers without their parent's permission. Therefore Friar Lawrence bad actions. When Romeo first met Juliet at a masquerade ball, he knew that he had met the girl of his dreams. I think the only person that realized this was Friar Laurence as he says that a greater power than he contradicts has disenchanted the intentions of Romeo and Juliet.
The play is in fact, a tragedy caused by lust and at most, immature hormonal driven love. Tybalt is the reason Romeo is to be banished, and Juliet's parents are the cause for Juliet to become enraged and make rash decisions. Whom is to blame for the traggic death of both? He behaves differently to what we consider the stereotypical tragic hero in a play. By him meeting and falling in love with Juliet at the Capsules party, it caused his death and hers. Summary In the streets of Verona another brawl breaks out between the servants of the feuding noble families of Capulet and Montague. These range from servants to nobles and even a prince. Their feelings towards each other was never forced upon, Romeo already had feelings for another woman.
The passion of the feuding was matched when Romeo and Juliet were married. This may be the case according to the interpretation of others, but it seems to be more of a warning. This is one of the many examples of fate acting in the play. Who is responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet? I pray, sir, can you read? Juliet has a nurse whose actions mean well but result in the main tragedy of the play. In the story of Romeo and Juliet written by Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet had an everlasting love. He married the lovers without the consent of either parents.
I would show this in a performance by having Romeo's characteristics as being rather sly, having him act as though he is. This is evident from the warning she gave her when her mother was about to enter her room. In an act of revenge Romeo then kills Tybalt in the second fight scene. Romeo, how can he be blamed for his own death and for the girl he loved? I believe that the couple rushed into the relationship without thinking about the consequences. The Nurse being a blabbermouth out spoken person was also responsible for the death of Juliet. However, he has a kind disposition, and honestly tries to help Romeo and Juliet in whatever way he can.
One of the most important causes is the feud between the two families, Capulet and Montague. This is in contrast to Romeo, as he has loved someone before Juliet whereas his new love has not loved anyone prior to meeting him. This section contains 571 words approx. The marriage of Romeo and Juliet starts the chain of events that leads to the lover's death. It can be a work of fate, as we learn it was only a matter of seconds after Romeos death and Juliet woke up. They come from 2 different families which have a deadly feud against one another.
Lord Caplet, Romeo himself and the servant. He can also be seen as a character who wishes peace among the two families because when Romeo comes to his party as Tybalt wants to fight him but Capulet tells Tybalt to leave Romeo alone. The story foretold in this famous poem is about two families who at war with each other. Secondly, Friar Laurence gives Juliet a sleeping potion so that she can be with Romeo. Romeo and Juliet, the lovers featured in this story, would not have met their untimely death for a multitude of reasons. Benvolio and Romeo encounter a Capulet servant carrying letters, inviting people to the party. However, if the intense feuding were non-existent, Romeo and Juliet would not have to resort to such extreme plans to be together.
The whole concept of feuding is so strong and vividly depicts the fears of Romeo and Juliet, but it was their love kept them together. It may be that the folly of Romeo and Juliet in their youthful haste and passion is at fault. I think Shakespeare has used these dastardly attitudes in order to achieve a dramatic and deadly impression creating an image of catastrophe, calamity and chaos. And also that they were being reckless because they were young and never really stopped to think about what they were doing. This was a problem because both parties went through an awful feud. Romeo then arranges a secret weeding with Friar Lawrence and Juliet tells the Nurse.
There were so many ways which they could have taken that could have helped them avoid the death that was the end of their story, but their youth and inexperience in the end was what hampered them the most. Romeo and Juliet are not to blame for this but the other people in the play make the situation for the two lovers even more difficult. The audience are informed of their providence before the play establishes and this hints at the remainder of the drama. When Romeo is introduced to the play, he is clearly depressed and this is why he was missing at the start. Throughout time, there have been many tragedies cause by romance. He is also impetuous because he goes straight to open the monument rather than ask Friar Lawrence more details about Juliet. If Friar Lawrence had non given Juliet the potion.