Romeo and Juliet
“From forth the fatal loins of these two foes a pair of star cross’d lovers take their life” who is at fault for the ultimate tragedy in Romeo and Juliet’?
In Shakespeare’s play “Romeo and Juliet”, William Shakespeare contributes two young lovers lost their lives when hate and love collide. From the Montagues came Romeo and from the Capulets was Juliet, is “a pair of star – crossed lovers” whose tragic death “buries their parents’ strife. Many characters played a role in their ultimate death, many factors lead to the ultimate tragedy of Romeo and Juliet: among these are the rivalry between Montague & Capulet, their impulsive love, the nurse and Friar ...view middle of the document...
In “Romeo and Juliet”, many factors could’ve changed the outcome; one of them is Romeo and Juliet’s impulsive love. Romeo and Juliet are only children and are not responsible enough to be adults. In the play, Romeo and Juliet’s emotion take over and it took their minds off the rest of their surroundings, their extreme love and their unawareness of their actions and behavior was misled. Romeo’s rash action in marrying to Juliet, led to their undeniable death. Juliet hurries Romeo into marriage by saying,”Dost thou love me? I know thou wilt say ‘ay, and I will take thy word. O gentle Romeo, if you thou dost love, pronounce it faithfully”. The two lovers have inexperienced love for each other. It was their passion to control their judgment, which eventually leads to their suicides. As Romeo finds himself madly in love with Juliet, he completely forgot about Rosaline, shows of immatureness and lack of consideration. “Thou cutt’st my head off with a golden axe”, showing Romeo being verbally impulsive. Romeo and Juliet themselves are responsible for their own death.
In Shakespeare’s play, “Romeo and Juliet”, the characters, the Nurse and Friar Lawrence are to blame for Romeo and Juliet’s tragic death. The nurse who raise Juliet as her foster child and never acknowledge that Juliet was not ready to be engage with Paris who is responsible for the death of Juliet. As, the nurse warns Romeo to be true to Juliet and she compares the two. “well sir my mistress is sweetest lady, lord o there is a noble man in town, Paris”. She encourage Juliet in spending time with Romeo because the action of her being a blabbermouth is that she carries the message of a secret meeting of where she knew that they were having passion love together. “Hie to our chamber I’ll find Romeo to comfort you hark ye, your Romeo will be right here all night”. She advised Juliet to marry Paris. Knowing she is already married to Romeo. Friar Lawrence who is the one that took these newly young children into their marriage, by telling Romeo “I’ll thy assistant be”. Which is against the social standard, where the parents had full control over their children’s action and decisions. Friar Lawrence is guilty as he...