Summary: An Analysis Of Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

An Analysis of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet
Friar Laurence can be blamed for Romeo’s and Juliet’s death because he makes the decision to get them married even though he knows that their parents would not approve that. First, Friar Laurence helps Romeo to make this marriage possible. Then, Friar Laurens was the one that that encouraged Romeo more and more to do this thing even though it is wrong. Friar Laurence is talking to Romeo and agreed with him but because his own reasons, “/ In one respect I’II thy assistant be, / For this alliance may to happy prove / To turn your household’s rancour to pure love” (2.3.94-96). This quotation shows that Friar Laurens agreed with them for one reason, that the two families will stop the fight because their children are married, put their life in big danger. Second, Friar Laurence gives Juliet the risky plan to fake her death and he gives her the potion, so she will not marry Paris. Friar Laurence gives Juliet the instructions for this plan. He says, “Hold, daughter. I do spy a kind of hope, / Which craves as desperate an execution / As that is desperate which we would prevent” (4.1.70-72). Friar Laurence gives Juliet this crazy plan so she will not marry Paris and she will meet Romeo, but he would not think of the consequences that might happen after Juliet drinks this potion what if it really killed her there are many things that could go
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I dare no longer stay” (5.3.165). Friar Laurence knows that Romeo and Juliet are always ready to commit suicide after any problem. He knows that Juliet will kill herself after Romeo, but because he scared he leaves her. If Friar Laurence had stayed with Juliet, maybe she could have tilled her out aft. In conclusion, Friar Laurence is responsible for the deaths, because he encouraged them to marry then he gives Juliet a risky plan and finally, he leaves Juliet alone in the

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