Romeo And Juliet Doomed Love Analysis

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Register to read the introduction… Knowing she was a Capulet and that there love would never work out made him depressed and always crying and whining. Also, he was then more disheartened when he killed Juliet’s cousin that she loved very much. He was so miserable he once tried to kill himself in Friar Lawrence’s cell in front of Nurse, and Friar Lawrence. So, Friar Lawrence said, “Hold thy desperate hand. Art thou a man? Thy form cries out thou art; Thy tears are womanish,” basically telling Romeo he needs to stop what he’s doing and act like a man and stop crying all the time like a woman. Eventually, though, the love of Romeo and Juliet killed Romeo when he was in the Capulet tomb with the “dead” Juliet. She didn’t wake up exactly when planned so he immediately killed himself, thinking he was doing it for her while saying, “Here’s to my love! O true apothecary! Thy drugs are quick. Thus with a kiss I …show more content…
This doomed love had a huge impact on Paris. Paris had consent from Lord Capulet to marry Juliet and had the wedding planned, but obviously Juliet was in love with Romeo so that kept Paris from getting what he wished. He was heartbroken when Juliet was “dead” after taking the potion saying, “Uncomfortable time, why camest thou now to murder, murder our solemnity?” Which meant why did Death come to kill our celebrations? Also, going with the trend, the love of Romeo and Juliet cost Paris his life in the end. This occurred when Romeo and Paris happened to be at the Capulet tomb at the same time to see Juliet. Romeo is there to kill himself, but Paris tells him to leave. So, Romeo tells him that if he doesn’t leave he will kill Paris to. So, Paris stays, and they fight and after the fight Paris yells while falling to the ground, “O, I am slain! If thou be merciful, Open the tomb, lay me with Juliet.” So in the end Paris, Romeo, and Juliet all lay in the tomb-

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