Friar Lawrence In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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"Love is a smoke made with the fume of sighs." Romeo and Juliet is one of the most romantic and remembered stories told in history. They were two young children that had fallen in love at first sight, but were not able to be together, because their families hated each other. The Capulets and the Monatgues were in a feud with one another and would've possibly disowned their children if they were to hear they were together, so they kept their love a secret, but an exception to Friar Laurence and the nurse. In William Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet, Friar Laurence is responsible for Romeo and Juliet's deaths because he married Romeo and Juliet secretly without anyone knowing, he didn't get the message delivered to Romeo about the plan, and he did not stop Juliet from killing herself. Friar Laurence is responsible for Romeo and Juliet's because he married them behind everyones backs. He knew that it was wrong for them to be together, but he decided to avoid telling them to break off their relationship and marry them. He married them which caused them to love each other more, and so thats what let to the end of the story. If he was to tell them to end their relationship with each other they would not have gotten to fall in love the way they did…show more content…
Friar Laurence is responsible because he should have came up with a way for Romeo to get the message before he heard of Juliet’s death. He should have been at the grave to wait for Romeo to get there or for Juliet to wake up. He should have waited there as soon as Juliet was put into the grave. Friar should have had a brave enough person to take care of it. He should have also told the messenger before he sent him out to give the message to Romeo whether he would have to stay all night or if he gave it to him within the day of being
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