Romance — A feeling of excitement and mystery associated with love.
Abby-Rose last edited Mar 01, Although I am MORE of the opinion that the families feuds were responsible for their deaths, I really think Romeo's parents weren't the problem.
I blame Juliet's parents, mostly. They were simply not consistent with their poor daughter. Juliet, poor dear, was only thirteen freaking years old!
The way lord and lady Capulet treated her was horrible. First, they were all gentle, "Oh, Juliet, just see if you can like him at the party tonight, ok sweetheart?
To be honest, I think if they continued to be gentle with her, rather than throw a fit and scare the poor child half to death, she might have even told them about Romeo maybe brought the friar into it for moral support eventually. She was only a child; I feel that when she screams out that she would rather marry "Romeo who she hates" than Paris, it was her desperate way of subtly telling her parents the truth.
But would they listen? The poor girl didn't know where to turn! No wonder she took the friar's crappy advice and drank that stuff to fake death she was on the verge of killing herself FOR REAL, after all. Romeo's parents weren't so horrible, in my opinion.
The worst than can be said of them is that they like their rivals the Capulets held a grudge too long, and they may have been a little foolish to just let Romeo wander around mooning and getting into trouble.
Juliet's parents didn't have that excuse. We know she loved Tybalt, but what about female BFFs? What about her cousin Rosaline? Why wasn't she supporting and comforting her I'm guessing younger cousin?
Her parents had shown that they were unapproachable. Her nurse had let her down. The friar's plans always proved to fail; she could no longer trust HIM. As you can probably tell, I feel really bad for Juliet. All the poor girl wanted was to be loyal to her husband; she didn't want to marry and then sleep with Paris and betray her marriage vows.
What I wonder is why people think she should have just "listened to her parents"? And have a scandal when the truth about her first marriage came out? Have all her future children called bastards? Have Paris possibly disown her? She'd have been better off just disowned by her parents than to have to go through all THAT So yeah, the Capulets are at fault.
Plus also, I blame Tybalt for being an idiot. What kind of moron gets into a duel to the death over one crashed party? To those of you who think Romeo and Juliet would have been together if not for the feud, I think you're wrong. Her parents would have still wanted her to marry Paris because he had a title and Romeo didn't.
So they would have been doomed either way. Even if they'd liked Romeo, they would have wanted Paris for their only child's husband much more than they'd want him.Jun 11, · Romeo and Juliet were responsible for their own deaths as evidenced by Romeo’s and Juliet’s choice to act upon their love for each other too quickly, their decision to hide their affections for each other from their family, and taking their own lives on their on their own free will.
There are many people who may be to blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. These people are their parents, for continuing the feud, Mercutio, for taking Romeo to the ball where he met Juliet. Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet Essay William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is a tragic love story with themes such as impatience, mistrust, miscommunication and many more, which all .
Jan 18, · Romeo was one of the characters at fault for his own death and that of his wife Juliet. One of the reasons why he was responsible was because Romeo could not control his emotions.
Another sign Romeo is at fault for the deaths is that he starts his relationship off far too quickly with Juliet.
Essay on The Deaths of Romeo and Juliet Words | 5 Pages. The Deaths of Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet "From forth the fatal loins of these two foes A pair of star-cross'd lovers take their life;" I don't agree with the quotation above because I think the tragic deaths of both Romeo and Juliet are caused by human decision.
Romeo and Juliet - Who is at Fault? It is known that in Shakespeare?s tragedies main characters die in the end, and in his comedies people marry. Since Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy, Romeo and Juliet 4/4(1).