Romeo and Juliet - Who is at fault for the death of Romeo and Juliet? Showing 101-150 of 381True True, but also, if Juliet had told her parents about Romeo and the night of the party, her parents would at least know about Romeo and that their daughter had eyes for someone. The whole reason Capulet wanted Juliet to marry Paris was so she could marry someone of the same social class. In the prologue it tells us the two families are two households, both alike in dignity. (Act 1, Scene 1, Line 1) which ms. Lindsey translated to 2 families of the same social class. So maybe, if Juliet had told her parents, they wouldve buried the hatchet before the two kids deaths.
Romeo and Juliet Petrol Station Scene
Romeo and Juliet
William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet contains a relatively distinctive cast of characters. In addition to the play's eponymous protagonists, Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet , the play contains roles for members of their respective families and households; Prince Escalus, the city's ruler, and his kinsman, Count Paris ; and various unaffiliated characters such as Friar Laurence and the Chorus. In addition the play contains two ghost characters Petruchio and Valentine and an unseen character Rosaline. Prince Escalus, the Prince of Verona , is the desperate resolver of the feuding families. He is based on the actual Scaligeri family which ruled Verona, possibly on Bartolomeo I. Escalus is the voice of authority in Verona.
She is presented as a young and innocent adolescent, not yet 14 years old. Her youthfulness is stressed throughout the play to illustrate her progression from adolescence to maturity and to emphasize her position as a tragic heroine. Juliet's love for Romeo gives her the strength and courage to defy her parents and face death twice. Romeo Montague's son, who is loved and respected in Verona. He is initially presented as a comic lover, with his inflated declarations of love for Rosaline.