Romeo was completely in love with another woman going to the party, and only found out about it in the first place, through an adverse twist of luck. Seeing her dead, he kills himself. The fearful passage of their death-mark'd love, And the continuance of their parents' rage, Which, but their children's end, nought could remove, Is now the two hours' traffic of our stage; The which if you with patient ears attend, What here shall miss, our toil shall strive to mend. It is their misfortune that leads to the sorrowful and tragic ending of the play. Romeo and Juliet, the Nurse and the Friar are all well that fate is running their lives. It is only through death that they can preserve their love, and their love is so profound that they are willing to end their lives in its defense.
Saying this Romeo believes that fate is in control but does not want to obey it. Include quote here - Only their untimely deaths could bring peace. Juliet, in Shakespeare's famous play Romeo and Juliet, was named after Judith. The fate put over the friar's plan leaves Romeo a desire to die, which destines Juliet and himself to their conclusive fate: death. They are not willing to resolve their pointless dispute. Romeo for example describes himself as 'fortune's fool', and the prologue seems to follow his judgement in its pronunciation of the couple as 'a pair of star cross'd lovers'…. However, the tragedy carrying the cycle of revenge neither guarantees a good end nor does it lead to.
The letter being delivered to Romeo was cancelled. Fates role in death is another factor that plays a part in moving the plot along. All parties Montague, Capulets, and kindred of Prince Escalus had equal number of deaths; everyone had two losses. After all of this, Juliet could not take it and she decided she had to be with him, no matter what. The powerful nature of Romeo This foreshadowing becomes true when Juliet kills herself.
He wanted this to be saddening, so he made it that way by mixing in the emotions of stress, love, and loss. The fearful passage of their death-marked love, And the continuance of their parents' rage, Which, but their children's end, naught could remove, Is now the two hours' traffic of our stage; The which if you with patient ears attend, What here shall miss, our toil shall strive to mend. Sure—seems like sound logic to us. Since Juliet could not see beforehand that Romeo is an enemy, by fate, she begins to love him unconditionally. Time is not in the hands of anyone, and fate uses that to his advantage. Because he couldn't reach Mantua, Romeo thought that Juliet was actually dead. The impulsivity and youthful exuberance of Romeo, Juliet, Mercutio, and Paris serve as a strong to calculating, the political foresight of Lord Capulet, Lord Montague, and Friar Lawrence.
All men call thee fickle. But the audience knows that Juliet's grave actually will be her wedding bed. Others, however, believe that whatever happens during the course of their lives is inevitable and every event predestined and laid out before them like a roadmap to life; in other words, fate. This accidental meeting emphasizes the importance of fate in the play. He was the puppeteer bringing his puppets to life.
Thinking about fate conjures up different feelings for different people; some people believe strongly in it, some people think of fate as ridiculous, and some do not care one way or the other. Meanwhile, young Juliet of the Capulet family is also planning to attend the same ball. It does this by bringing people together. This resulted in the deaths of both Rome. That led to Romeo buying poison and killing himself. Theme 9 The Absurdity Underlying Family Feuds The absurd legacy of rivalry between the Montagues and the Capulets brings chaos that is shown later in the play. Hypothetically, if Rosaline had been there, and she returned Romeo's love, then all the following suffering would have never occurred.
Fate is an uncontrollable power or thought that is said to make things happen, fate is destiny. It is not merely a coincidence that Romeo and Juliet meet in the first place. Fate has a plan laid out for each character. According to the dictionary, fate is the 'inevitable destiny or necessity destined term of life; doom. Fate 7: Juliet tells Romeo of her vision of him dead at the bottom of a tomb.
This is foreshadowing to the already destined event these two lovers will soon face - death. Fate is often called upon, wondered about, and blamed for mishaps. The oxymorons will be in bold font: Romeo and Juliet Act 3 scene 2 lines 73-79: O serpent heart , hid with a flow'ring face! A servant asked Romeo to read names off a list for a Capulet party. Because words are slippery, Juliet worries that Romeo's protestation of love are merely lies. From that point on, love seems to push the lovers closer to love and violence, not farther from it. In theater, an aside is a set of lines spoken by a character thatare not intended to be heard by any of the other characters onstage, just the audience. Typically, they illustrate the thoughts of the speaker, or tell a story.
Friar Lawrence said this because he believed that it would bring peace upon the families if Romeo and Juliet were to marry. By my brotherhood, The letter was not nice, but full of charge Of dear import; and the neglecting it May do much danger. Tybalt kills Mercutio though it was not intentional. For these reasons, Romeo and Juliet's first meeting is compulsory and sure to happen, fate being the most powerful force at work, determining their future. The two families, who's strife can only be stopped by the predetermined love of their offspring, seize the hatred between them.
The Friar's own role in the play contains this ambiguity. Next, Romeo was banished for killing Tybalt. For the Montague party, it was Lady Montague and Romeo, in the Capulets, Tybalt and Juliet, and Mercutio and Paris for the prince. Monologues don't have to address the audience, but they are the dialogue of one person. Fate is the path that leads to the future and cannot be altered no matter the outcome. Choices are made by the characters, but all events throughout the play point to fate as to why these unfortunate events happen.