Romeo's Three Contrasting Characters

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Romeos Three Contrasting Characters Romeo Montague was married and banished from his home town all in one day. Romeo and Juliet written by William Shakespeare. Romeo’s banishment is influenced by many characters, but there is three characters that played the biggest role in Romeo's banishment. These qualities of Romeo such as his neediness, intelligence and his naivness which result in Romeo's banishment. The main characters behind romeo's banishment , whether they are friend or foe, Tybalt, Friar Laurence and Benvolio. Tybalt is one of these big three because Tybalts fiery temper develops Romeos neediness. When tybalt ends Mercutio's days, Romeo needs to have revenge for Mercutio. A quote that expresses Romeos neediness is “Now tybalt take the villain back again that late thou gavest me for mercutio's soul is but a little way above our heads, staying for thou to keep him company” 3.1 124-127. When Romeo married Juliet Capulet it caused all of this because Romeo didn't want to fight tybalt because they are recently cousins, when mercutio stepped in instead of romeo mercutio died, tybalt fled then returned which made romeos neediness to become so alive.…show more content…
His generosity developed Romeos naivness because romeo was naive about what marrying juliet could cause despite all the warnings. Friar Laurence Married Romeo and Juliet for the good of the two families but the outcome of this experiment is better expressed through this quote “ these violent delights have violent ends” 2.6 9. The friars generosity is showed in multiple ways throughout the play such as the time when the friar found romeo during his banishment and let him stay in the church for a little while. Another time includes after Romeo got engaged to juliet after the capulet party and the Friar agreed to marry

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