Honour Honour is a central theme in the play and particularly in this scene. Something like this could occur in todays culture becuase even in todays world people still love eachother and will do crazy thing for loved ones. I believe that Shakespeare wrote the play in such a way that everyone could be blamed for the deaths. Both families hated each other and fights were quite common between them. I think that she is really important in their relationship, because without her they would not be able to communicate and to organize everything without putting themselves in trouble. Therefore if Tybalt did not want Romeo dead, he and Mercutio would both be alive and probably even the death of Romeo and Juliet could have been prevented. Shakespeares intention in this scene, however, is to show the characters behave the way they do because of the society and age they lived in.
Because of all the evidence i have and could say i think that Tybalt is the one to blame for all of the deaths. In contrast to Mercutio, Benvolio wants to avoid confrontation. Here, Benvolio draws on this intimacy to influence Mercutio. If Benvolio was still there he would still be peace-making with everybody when the play needed some tragedy whilst leading up to the death of Romeo and Juliet. Benvolio is trying to stop the servants of the Capulet and Montague houses from fighting.
Tybalt is a character in 's play. This ultimately lead to both of their deaths because if they didnt get married the snowball effect of many tragedies would not have happened. I believed that the deaths of Romeo and Juliet was caused by Friar Lawrence. You were expected to defend the things you care about. He does this so, from now on, the audience can give their undivided attention to Romeo and Juliet.
The Friar then advises Romeo to count his blessings. In my opinion, Romeo and Juliet are the faults to their own deaths. Juliet fears that all of the horrible sights and sounds of the tomb will make her go mad, so that she will play with dead men's fingers, pull Tybalt from his shroud, and use a dead kinsman's bone to beat her brains out. How does Mercutio feel about Tybalt? Shakespeare shows him deliberately placing the potential blame elsewhere to avoid incensing the unpredictable Mercutio. This is what makes Mercutio such an appealing character: we cannot predict what he will do next. That is why I believe something like romeo and Juliet could happen today.
The Death of Mercutio After the stabbing, Romeo must flee Verona - and we all know what happens after that. She should have waited and got to know him better. I believe that Friar Lawrence is to blame for The deaths of Romeo and Juliet. After it happened everyone thought Mercutio being the funny guy was just joking about being wounded even though he really was hurt. Capulet doesn't seem to like him all that much, but Lady Capulet adores him, pleads for … judgment against Romeo with the Prince and plots to poison Romeo after he is banished. Romeo could not fight Tybalt because they were now related. Soon Juliet forgives him because she cares more about Romeo banish He got ban … ish because he killed Tybalt, Friar Lawrence gives him this news than Tybalt's death.
When Mercutio was slain, it caused Romeo to burst into anger and kill Tybalt, furthermore Romeo becoming exiled. Lesson Summary Tybalt was a hotheaded, loyal swordsman who thought he was protecting the Capulet name. Tybalt was belligerent, as he shows in his desire to fight Romeo rather than enjoy the party. The corruption of the first plan lead to the dangerous formation of the second plan. He says that Tybalt came on to the scene with his sword out,. What different feelings do Romeo and Juliet express in the balcony scene? Like his wife, Capulet assumes that Tybalt's death is the cause of Juliet's tears, and he says so in a rather elaborate way:. Tybalt comes out of the play as the villain because of his ferocity, whilst Mercutio a hero due to his wit.
If he had done that, it would have spared Romeo, Juliet, Lady Montague, and Paris. If everyone believed that they could have played some part in the tragic ends of their friends and children then they would want to make a change and would not blame others family. Is he a believable character?. Both grades would be averaged if the answer is a good one. The Friar objects that Paris hasn't talked to Juliet, but Paris has an explanation:.
The potion to fake her death is impossible because if the heart stops beating and the blood stops flowing, the body will dry out and the interal system will not work well when she wakes up. How would you characterize Mercutio based on what he has said and done? Do to her being so nervous about that she had to marry Paris she would have never had to fake kill herself. Paris supposes that Romeo means to continue the feud with the Capulets by doing. Then Juliet would have never killed herself. I blame Mercutio for the deaths of Rome and Juliet and the deaths of everyone else who died. While the men are walking around the ball in masks, Tybalt recognizes Romeo's voice and of course wants to beat him up for being a party crasher.
Tybalt may have been named so because he was very much like Tybalt the Cat and it gave the audience an idea of who he was. He is the son of Lady Capulet's brother, 's short-tempered first cousin, and 's rival. As Tybalt leaves the party he vows that Romeo will pay. He looks to draw his sword any time he can. Interestingly, Shakespeare presents Tybalt as uncharacteristically wary in this scene.
He also introduces characters corresponding to Shakespeare's , Tybalt, and. Benvolio is trying to persuade Mercutio to leave because, if the Capulets are around, there would be trouble e. This is very much like Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet; Tybalt is a hot-headed character who argues with most of the chara … cters and never hesitates to draw his weapon. Enraged, Romeo duels and kills Tybalt in return, leading to his own exile by the prince. Benvolio means that Romeo will answer the challenge and fight Tybalt, but Mercutio asks whether anyone as love-sick as Romeo is. Therefore he sought out Romeo to fight with him. Answer: Tybalt is looking Romeo because he wants to fight or have a draw with him.