It took the lives of 2 young lovers to finally teach the rival families that. Neither one sees the difference between justice and revenge, and the Prince's reply makes this clear. Tybalt, however, is not the only character to behave so violently in the story. They were no … t from the same town. Tony is slayed as a consequence of hatred between the two gangs, the Jets and Sharks.
They came up with the idea of making another game they could play that they thought would end the fighting and make their home look a little better. The play was first performed in 1594. Mercutio foreshadows ''A plague on both your houses. Romeo and Juliet are two literary figures that in my region, the Veneto, inspire a peculiar sentiment of rivalry: almost like the invention of the Tiramisù, fought over between Treviso and the Friuli, the alleged presence of the young lovers is claimed by different towns. He yells at Lord Montague for engaging in the feud, which really is the root cause which led to Tybalt killing Mercutio. There are a few great festivals based around the medieval theme here in Sicily too! The exact age of Lord and Lady Capulet is never made completely clear, but there are a few vague hints given by Shakespeare, one more obvious and direct than the other.
He is also present at Capulet's feast in act one, scene five and is the first to recognise Romeo. They reslove their ages long battle in a truce. It seems to me like a waste of perfectly good people. Instead of Romeo and Juliet telling their families of their love, having a huge wedding and creating a joyus occasion they have to hide and have a sceret marriage like fugatives yet the only crime they ever commited was being born into their namesake. I mean, you'd think she'd remember how long ago she gave birth.
Frair Laurence prepares a funeral and tomb. Their blood fued rage son and continues to break hearts and tear souls, but nobody even knows the reason that th … e hate each other, they are simply driven by some sick sense of innate loathing. Well, as Shakespeare hints during the play - both Romeo and Juliet didn't really have relationships with their parents. The idea of building fences around territory didn't occur to anyone. Relationship Development The relationship between the rivaling families took a turn for the worse. If the 2 sides had of made up and ended the fighting the deaths of Mercutio, Tybalt, Paris, Romeo and Juliet could have all been avoided.
They are referred to by the names of Simon Catling, Hugh Rebeck, and James Soundpost. The expected handling of the situation fits perfectly with how Capulet handles his problems later in life: by lashing out. Shakespeare is here tapping into what looks like a fundamental characteristic of our species throughout its history: the devolution of a single terrible incident -- or primal revulsion at some Other -- into a transgenerational hostility made worse by reiteration and unapproachable by reason. He struggles to walk and eventually he collapses onto his throne. Then the Prince calls him in and asks him questions about why was he there. Just like Sampson's thumb biting.
The Montagues are generally portrayed as the 'better' of the two families, as they are not seen to be provoking fights and are often found trying to avoid fighting whenever they could, and occasionally found trying to dissuade the fighters to return to peace. At this point it seems that the feud could just die out. Then, while at Laurence's cell at the church, Paris tries to woo her by repeatedly saying that she is his wife and that they are to be married on Thursday. Juliet or The Blue Necklace 1898 by Juliet Capulet, the female , is the only daughter of , the patriarch of the Capulet family. And, as the two sides share the grudge, they also share the guilt.
Beyond this, however, we are never told what the original cause of the war between the Capulets and Montagues was. While walking, he comes upon and and asks them to read the list for him, as he cannot read. The way Capulet handles the situation with Paris shows the love and kindness he feels for his daughter. Capulet's ultimatum to Juliet, Romeo and Juliet Capulet believes he knows what is best for Juliet. There is absolutly no way Capulet can find out that Juliet is married to a man who killed one of his own, if he ever did Juliet would be killed. Each family wants more power than the other, they just lack the ability to create that power.
Capulet and Juliet get into a verbal fight. The heated discussion between Capulet and Tybalt is largely concerned with the matters of respect and seemliness. He curses the feud that kills Romeo and Juliet whom he really feels sad for, just before the Lords come to peace with each other. Paris sees him and thinks he is trying to vandalise the tomb, so he tries to arrest him. At this, Sampson asks Gregory,. Paris challenges Romeo, he blames him for Juliets death due to the greif of her murdered cousin.