William Shakespeare 's Romeo And Juliet Essay

1103 Words Jan 14th, 2015 5 Pages
Romeo and Juliet is a play written by William Shakespeare to represent the power and effects of true love. It shows the desperate measures the characters take to be with one another. There isn’t a blame that can be placed on an individual character for the death of Romeo and Juliet. Every character contributes in a way that may not be seen or personally contributed, but because of their thoughts and past actions it brought out the worst of love. A few of the characters that contributed to the death of the two lovers were, Friar Lawrence, Romeo and Juliet, and their parents. In Williams Shakespeare 's Romeo and Juliet many actions of different characters are responsible for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet’s death.
One of the characters that contributed to the death of the two lovers was Friar Lawrence. His intentions were a sign of bravery and kindness, but the outcome of his actions only caused more sorrow rather than good. Friar Lawrence is considered a friend who is trusted and respected by the other characters. Even though not very many people understand Romeo and Juliet’s Love for each other, Friar Lawrence still supports and tries to reunite them after Romeo is banished. Friar also tries to warn Romeo of the consequences that could come if he marries Juliet, but Romeo insists that he is willing to do to anything to be with Juliet. Friar Lawrence tries to find the best way to reunite the two lovers without harming either of them, and bring them joy so they can feel…

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