Paris From Romeo And Juliet

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Therefore, these three are cost responsible for the tragedy of Shakespearean play Romeo and Juliet The Friar is partly responsible for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Firstly, he was the one responsible of marrying them. By making the two people a couple, he created even more problems on top of the fact that Romeo and Juliet were from opposite, hostile houses. “Come, come with me, and we will make short work; For, by your leaves, you shall not stay alone Till holy church incorporate two in one. ” (2. 6. 35;37. ) If he had not married them, he might have prevented the whole tragedy by doing so.

Or even better, if he had told their parents, they could have sorted it out and become friendlier with each other, or have them not meet each other at all. Either ways, it could have prevented the whole tragedy from taking place. Secondly, he gave Juliet the potion that would cause the actual death of Juliet as well as Romeo and Paris. If he did not he could have prevented the deaths of the three people. Lastly, he only sent one messenger to Mantra to contact Romeo about the plan to fake Julie& death. If he had sent more than one, he might have been able to reach

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Romeo and tell him about the plan. In doing so, the death of Romeo and Juliet, as well as Paris, could have been prevented. Mercuric is more responsible for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Firstly, he started the chain of events by making Romeo go to the Capsule ball. There Romeo discovers Juliet and falls in love, creating the main conflict. If Mercuric had not sent Romeo to the ball, than Romeo might have never met]elite, and there would have been no conflict at all. Secondly, by Mercuric being stubborn and searching for Romeo during the hot day, he made himself anxious.

This later n came into play when he met Table, making Mercuric fight and consequently die because of Table. If Mercuric had gone in that night, he might have prevented his death and the exile Table would have gotten for doing so. Lastly, he made a situation in which he made Romeo fight and kill Table for revenge because of anger. “With Table’s slander – Table, that an hour / And in my temper softened valor’s steel. ” (3. 1. 107/110. ) This caused Romeos exile from Verona and making the Nurse encourage Juliet to forget about Romeo due to his harmful acts towards the Capsules.

Finally, Fate is cost responsible for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Firstly, Fate made it so that Juliet, Romeos true love, would be attending the same ball that Romeo was convinced to go to by Mercuric. If it (Fate) had not done so, he would have prevented the whole tragedy, or could have made it so that they never meet. However, the best option would be that Fate make it so that Romeo and Juliet will never love each other. Secondly, Fate made it so that the day Mercuric, Romeo, and Table fought, it would be very hot, making Mercuric very anxious and itching for a fight will a Capsule.

On top of that Fate is the one that controls destiny. So by controlling Table, Fate made it so that Table would have a chance to stab Mercuric under Romeos arm, a strike that would normally be unlikely because it is such a small space to strike. Lastly, Fate delayed the time of Gullet’s waking. By making Juliet feel indecisive about taking the potion, she wasted precious time that could have been saved, and have her woken up earlier, possibly stopping the death of Paris and Romeo. Or Fate could have made it so that Paris did not come to the tomb.

Seeing owe Paris is a county, it would be immoral for him to break into the Capsules grave, however Fate made it so that Paris would break in, causing his meeting with Romeo and the eventual death of all three of them. “V’/lit thou provoke me? Then have at thee, boy! ” (5. 3. 70. ) In Shakespearean play Romeo and Juliet, Friar Laurence, Mercuric, and Fate were most responsible for the tragedy of the play. The Friar, because he helped the tragedy continue on until the end, even though he had and could stop the tragedy from happening multiple times like during the time he married them.

Mercuric, because he started the tragedy and would re-lit its spark whenever it calms down (ex. Fighting Table) although he could have tried to calm down and rationalize the situation instead of blindly running in. Lastly, Fate because it was the cause for all the “what ifs” going wrong when it could have helped stop the tragedy, for example, by making the letter reach Romeo, therefore stopping the deaths of the three main characters. This is why Friar Laurence, Mercuric and Fate were most responsible for the Shakespearean tragedy Romeo and Juliet.

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