Juliet had never had a relationship before and was keen to rush into one. A mother is suppose to be close to her daughter, and is the person who knows and understands Juliet the most. By this the Nurse is trying to say that it was a good idea to marry Paris and forget about Romeo who is now banished , but it only pushed Juliet even more into wanting to take the poison. There was no way that he could have known for sure if the message had reached Romeo. This shows that he is too quick and running around looking for Friar Lawrence to tell him something in a hurry. On their last night together before he leaves Verona, the couple feels helpless. It is the fault of Romeo and Juliet because they were the ones that made the bad decisions.
Some people might call him fickle, but those people clearly don't remember the earth-shattering difference between staring at your hot, unrequited crush across the cafeteria and sharing a first kiss with some cute nerd who actually likes you back. With Juliet dressed as an angel perhaps showing her innocence and Romeo as a bold courageous Knight. Fate is an uncontrollable power or thought that is said to make things happen, fate is destiny. Again I think that it is a combination of these. Would it have even made a difference? Mr Capulet decides to marry Juliet to Count Paris, unknowing of Romeo and Juliet's marriage.
Juliet led a sheltered life and was very naï¿½ve. It is predestination where everything in and around your life is set out for you. If Romeo and Juliet weren't married, they wouldn't feel the need to die for each other. Family feud leads to tragedy. Because people often say this about romantic love nothing else matters! It was fate that they fell in love and happened to be on rival sides of the family.
Throughout the play the nurse seems like a real friend to Juliet; helping her in every possible way, but at this moment when Juliet is in crisis she betrays her. The meeting of the young lovers was misfortunate because it introduced all the passion and the tragedy later on. The play is about first love cut short, not an essay on whether or not kids should be allowed to get married in high school. Fate is the cause of Romeo and Juliet's death. The characters are realistic in the play by the way that they try to control their own lives but they all contribute to the tragic ending in some way.
Their untimely demise can be attributed to four contributing factors: The poor advice of Friar Lawrence and the Nurse, the two feuding households, the impulsive behaviour of our chief protagonists and the cruel bitter irony of fortune. Defiance is to openly resist a force. Again the nurse is being really irresponsible because she is acting like a teenager and giving them false hopes of being together when she knows very well that it is not possible. The Friar plays a large role in their deaths. It is too rash, too unadvised, too sudden, too like the lightning, which doth cease to be. Friar Lawrence is the priest of the Montague family and he is very close to Romeo. An example of fate in Romeo and Juliet is the fight between the servants in the first act.
It could be said that Capulet, Lady Capulet, Montague, Tybalt, Mercutio, Benvolio, Nurse or Friar Lawrence caused the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet thought that they fell in love, but the Friar The bad advice keeps coming. But still, none of the people listed above and or events would have been like that if it weren't for their parents. Naturally Juliet turns to the nurse for help and support because the nurse is closer to Juliet than her own mother. I think though that the feud is the main cause.
Inonclusion , the Friar did not have the expierence to know that they were kids. But you will also find a rich vein of vitriolic Romeo and Juliet hate. Their adolescent passion may have caused the deaths of Romeo and Juliet, because of their sudden intention to commit suicide. Juliet says this when the Nurse comes back from her meeting with Romeo which shows how excited she is and how much she wants Romeo? Furthermore, Romeo starts the whole tragedy. My niece not only took her life but the life of the one she loved as well, so two families grieve over the loss of these precious children.
Come, go, good Juliet; I dare no longer stay. Fate is shown, in the prologue? Let me be satisfied, is? In how there were different class structures and people were treated differently and judged differently depending on which class they fell in. It was fate that they fell in love and happened to be on rival sides of the family. In conclusion the nurse could have discouraged Juliet and warned her about the horrific outcome that may occur because of their love affair instead of helping her. I feel that Romeo and Juliet are also to blame for their own deaths. At the end of the play they are faithful to each other as one doesn? It is a straightforward quote-marry Paris. Thus there are three things that could have caused the deaths; other characters in the play, coincidence and fate.