What bad decisions did Romeo make?
Talk about bad luck! As you can see, the three major causes of Romeo and Juliet’s death were bad choices, adult interference and bad luck. An example of bad choices is that Romeo and Juliet got married in one day, and make out in the balcony all night.
Why is Romeo at fault for Romeo and Juliet’s death?
The first character who is to blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet is Romeo himself. The first reason Romeo is to blame is that he went uninvited to the Capulet party. The second reason Romeo is to blame for him and Juliet’s death is that Romeo decides to avenge Mercutio’s death by killing Tybalt.
What is Romeo’s famous line?
Good Night, Good night
How does Romeo change throughout the play essays?
We first see a change in Romeo’s character in Act one Scene five (the party scene) when he changes from a brooding, sulking character into an impulsive and romantic one. However, when his best friend Mercutio is killed by Tybalt, Romeo becomes enraged and seeks his revenge on Tybalt. He attacks him and kills him.
Why is Romeo intelligent?
Romeo was likely quite intelligent, with emotional intelligence very high. He was from a prominent family so would have had nurturing, nutrition and education. He had the good sense to go into the masked ball. Clearly, falling in love with Juliette on sight suggests high emotional intelligence.
What kind of person is Romeo?
A young man of about sixteen, Romeo is handsome, intelligent, and sensitive. Though impulsive and immature, his idealism and passion make him an extremely likable character. He lives in the middle of a violent feud between his family and the Capulets, but he is not at all interested in violence.
What is Romeo known for?
Romeo, an only child like Juliet, is one of the most important characters of the play, and has a consistent presence throughout it. His role as an idealistic lover has led the word “Romeo” to become a synonym for a passionate male lover in various languages.
Is the apothecary to blame for Romeo’s death?
The apothecary could be to blame, but he only gave Romeo the poison because he needed the money; Romeo was at fault for bribing the apothecary.