Frriar Lawrence's Responsible For The Death Of Romeo And Juliet

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Romeo and Juliet is Shakespeare's most popular tragedy, which Shakespeare wrote early in his career. This tragic play, set in Verona, is about love, friendship, fate and vengeance. There have been numerous contemporary versions of this play, and some critics even believe each love story finds its origins in Romeo & Juliet. Friar Lawrence continued to make thing even worse by lying to lord Capulet in helping Juliet her death. For all of these reasons Friar Lawrence is indirectly responsible for their deaths. However, he is rightly pardoned by Prince, because ultimately, their deaths are the fault of lords Capulet and Montage. I feel like it was Friar Lawrence fault because he gave a prison to Juliet, he trusted someone else with a letter of …show more content…
Friar Lawrence because he’s the one who secretly got Romeo and Juliet married undercover. He gave Juliet the medicine to take and she would pretend to be dead and would wake up 42 hours after she took it. Romeo got a letter saying to go to Juliet tomb nobody didn’t know, but friar Lawrence and Juliet that she had taken the medicine and pretend. Another reason why friar Lawrence is the blame for their death is he got them secretly married when he knew the father of Juliet didn’t want Juliet with Romeo. He did it anyways because Juliet demanded him to just like she demanded him to give her the medicine. Second, who’s the blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet? Another character that played a big role was the apothecary who gave the poison to Romeo so he would take it and would kill his self at the Juliet tomb (grave). Maybe if Juliet would have woken up early or if Romeo would have walked in a little bit late they would probably have disappeared. What would have happened if Romeo has not gotten the poison from the …show more content…
So, Juliet got the sword from the diseased body of Romeo stabbing her self-threw the chest. What would happened if Romeo didn’t bring his sword would Juliet still be alive? In conclusion, now that I have informed you of who’s the blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. First, the character the apothecary gave Romeo the poison because he thought Juliet was dead, so he would drink it in her tomb to die with her. Another important detail is that Juliet didn’t die she had taken medicine that she got from friar Lawrence that put her to sleep for a certain amount of time so it would look like she was dead but she wasn’t. The third detail important to the play is that the reason Juliet did all this is to be with Romeo because her father wouldn’t let her. Another detail is that Romeo didn’t know that she wasn’t dead, he was supposed to come there when Juliet woke up and they would disappear into the night. A key element of the play. Finally, the most Shakespeare tells you that Romeo was in love at first

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