What are the circumstances of Paris' death in Romeo and Juliet?
Paris goes to pay his last respects to Juliet , when Romeo shows up . Then Paris and Romeo gets into a fight and kills Paris. As Paris's last word he says" Oh, I am slain, if thou be merciful, open the tomb, lay me with Juliet." So Romeo lays him (Paris) next to his wife Juliet (Romeo's Wife).
Paris' goes to pay his last respects to Juliet when Romeo shows up. The two get into a fight and Romeo kills him and lays him next to Juliet.
Juliet asks the Friar to help her avoid marrying Paris and be with Romeo. To accomplish this he gives her the poison that will feign death.
He thinks that Romeo is there to dishonor the death of Juliet by shame because he is a Montague. <3
Juliet was not poisoned by anyone but herself. She did not die from her initial dose but stabbed herself to death towards the end of the story. Romeo and Juliet were secretly married by Friar Laurence. After the events leading to the deaths of Mercutio and Tybalt and Romeo getting exiled from Verona, the Prince demands Juliet marry Count Paris and threatens to kill Romeo if he returns to Verona. Juliet does not, of course… Read More
It takes away from the innocence of Romeo and Juliet's love by having Romeo kill Paris
Paris is killed by Romeo when both go to Juliet's tomb at the same time after Juliet's supposed death. Paris thought Romeo was desecrating the Capulet tombs and unsuccessfully attacked him.
Juliet was secretly married to Romeo, who was a Montague. That was her first problem. then Lady Capulet, who was Juliet's mom, told her she was going to marry Paris. This ultimately led to her death.
Tybalt and Paris. Tybalt is killed to revenge the death of Mercutio after Romeo interfered with the duel. Paris is killed fighting Romeo at Juliet's crypt (where she is not actually dead).
No Benvolio doesn't even die. He's the only person of his generation to survive the play (Romeo, Juliet, Paris, Tybalt and Mercutio are dead)
The thing that led to Paris's death was the several inches of steel blade that Romeo pushed into him. Why Paris was there, and why Romeo was there, and why they were fighting, is the result of a series of events which, you will not be surprised to hear, started in Act 1 of the play.
In the play 'Romeo and Juliet' - what does Friar Lawrence tell Juliet to do after they get rid of Paris?
I believe he tells her to fake her own death so he can get Romeo to see her in her crypt. Unfortunately, Romeo doesn't get the letter he sent, so he believed Juliet to be dead.
In "Romeo and Juliet", Juliet becomes angry at the nurse when she advises her to forget about Romeo and marry Paris. After hearing this, she doesn't feel she can trust the nurse with her secret to fake death to be with Romeo.
Paris thinks he is about to marry Juliet. Juliet knows that she will not marry Paris under any circumstances. Juliet is not cruel enough to talk to Paris, since she knows that he will never have his dream of marrying her. (She does not yet know that she will indirectly cause his death).
Paris was actually in love with Juliet and did not want to cause her any harm. The only way he was involved because Juliet's father forced Juliet to marry Paris. Juliet faked her death so she didn't have to marry him and she could be with Romeo. Even if it wasn't Paris, Capulet would have found another person to marry his daughter.
Some of the most important moments in "Romeo and Juliet" are: - Romeo and Juliet's meeting (their falling in love) at the party and promising to marry at the balcony scene - The fight between the Capulets and Montagues in which Tybalt kills Mercurtio and Romeo in turn kills Tybalt (Romeo is banished for this) - Juliet's father (Capulet) makes it clear that she will marry Paris - Juliet fakes her own death in order… Read More
Mercutio: killed by Tybalt in a street fight. Tybalt: killed by Romeo in a street fight Paris: killed by Romeo after Paris attempts to arrest him Romeo: takes poison Juliet: stabs herself Mrs. Montague: dies of grief before she even hears about Romeo's death.
From Shmoop Literature on Romeo and Juliet Paris' Timeline http://www.shmoop.com/timeline/literature/william-shakespeare/romeo-and-juliet/paris.html 3.4: Even though the Capulets are mourning for Tybalt's death, Paris shows up hoping for news that Juliet wants to marry him. Lord Capulet is worried that his daughter's grief over her cousin's death is out of control, so he asks Paris if he would be willing to marry Juliet right away, that very week. Paris agrees.
What information was discovered at the death scene of Romeo and Juliet eg Juliet and Romeo were married and Juliet killed herself with a dagger?
I'm confused by your question, but some possible answers... 1. Romeo met Paris 2. Juliet was alive 3. Romeo *just* killed himself "his lips are warm" 4. Friar Laurnence did not want to get caught
because if marcutio wasn't killed, then Romeo wouldn't have fought Tybalt, killed him, and been banished to Mantua, and if Tybalt hadn't died then Capulet wouldn't have made Juliet marry Paris that week. The marriage of Paris and Juliet was to get the Capulet's focus off of the death of Tybalt. Juliet and Romeo would have had quite a lot more time to find a solution to be together instead of having a risky plan… Read More
well i think its a tie between the fight between Tybalt and romeo, which ended in the death of Tybalt, romeo being exiled from Verona, and finding out the she was to marry count Paris with in the week while she was still married to romeo.
In Mantua, Romeo's servant Balthasar arrives and tells Romeo that Juliet is dead. Romeo vows to see Juliet in her tomb and poison himself there, buying the poison from a poor Apothecary who illegally sells it to Romeo only because he (the Apothecary) needs the money. At Lawrence's cell, Friar John reports he could not deliver the letter to Romeo since he (John) got stuck in a quarantined house while searching for Romeo. Friar Lawrence… Read More
He has gone to offer the conventional signs of mourning for the death of his fiancee.
In Act IV of Romeo and Juliet, Romeo has been exiled to Mantua for killing Tybalt, but he and Juliet are still married. Her father (unaware) is determined to marry her to Paris. As wedding plans ensue, Juliet plots with Friar Laurence to fake her death. Romeo returns in Act V to find her apparently dead.
Paris thinks Juliet is upset about Tybalt's death, when she is really upset because Romeo, her new husband, has just been banished for killing Tybalt.
In order to keep Juliet from marrying Paris, Friar Lawrence gives Juliet a potion that simulates death so that she can be placed in the tomb, and, when she wakes up, escape to to be with Romeo.
Relate the events that lead to Romeo and Juliets death as they are told by Friar Laurence near the play's end?
The events that lead to romeo and juliets death are the wedding, the banishment of romeo, the forcement for Juliet to marry Paris, and friars plan, and romeos death lead to both of their deaths.
Six people die in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, in this order: Mercutio (Killed by Tybalt) Tybalt (Killed by Romeo) Lady Montague (She doesn't have dialogue before her death but she is said to have died from grief from Romeo's exile by the prince; there is also evidence that she committed suicide) Paris (Killed by Romeo) Romeo (Committed suicide thinking Juliet is dead) Juliet (Committed suicide seeing Romeo dead)
To help Juliet avoid an imminent and unwanted marriage to Paris instead of her true love, Romeo, the Friar developed a plan. He gave Juliet a draught that would simulate death, thus allowing her to safely await her reunion with Romeo.
The both families. Capulet and Montague because they hate each other Romeo and Juliet can't love each other In Mantua, Romeo's servant Balthasar arrives and tells Romeo that Juliet is dead. Romeo vows to see Juliet in her tomb and poison himself there, buying the poison from a poor Apothecary who illegally sells it to Romeo only because he (the Apothecary) needs the money. At Lawrence's cell, Friar John reports he could not deliver the… Read More
Well, Paris insisted on fighting Romeo. Romeo was only defending himself. So on the surface Romeo actually put the knife in, but only because Paris forced him to, and the reasons why he did that are so complex and involve so many people that it's pointless to go into it unless you have an afternoon to kill.
Act 4.1 (Paris) In this seen Paris is clueless as to what is truly going on. For example, when Juliet said that her face is not her own, Paris may have thought that her face is now his because they are getting married in a few days, but in reality she meant that her face belongs to Romeo. When Paris says that Juliet weeps for Tybalt's death he does not realize that although she is… Read More
Romeo does not directly kill Juliet however, he poisons himself because he believes Juliet is dead when she is really pretending to be dead to get out marring Paris (she is unconscious). When Juliet wakes from her deep sleep she sees Romeo dead then thinking of no reason to live stabs herself with Romeo's dagger. So her and Romeo's death is pretty much all of a misunderstanding.
When Juliet has decided to take the potion, but goes home & first begs her father's forgiveness and tells him she is happy to marry Paris. Juliet is already married to Romeo & she really doesn't need her father's forgiveness because she has defied him by secretly marrying Romeo & will defy him again by lying & faking her death then leaving with Romeo.
There are six characters that die 1. Mercutio (killed by Tybalt) 2. Tybalt (killed by Romeo) 3. Lady Montague (died of grief after Romeo was exiled) 4. Paris (I forget how he died) 5. Romeo (commited suicide 6. Juliet (commited suicide)
Yes, the death of Romeo and Juliet did end all fighting in Verona.
Act 4 is all about the planned wedding between Juliet and Paris, how Juliet first objects, then consults the friar, then agrees to the wedding, then takes the potion the friar gave her and is found and taken for dead on the morning she was to have married Paris. __________________________________________________________________ A quick overview in bullet points: Juliet encounters Paris at Friar Laurence's cell Friar Laurence and Juliet hatch a plan Juliet consents to marry Paris… Read More
They are discussing about the marriage that was going to happen on Thursday and Paris actually believes Juliet is in love with him. He had also thought the reason she had been crying was because of Tybalt's death, but it was really because of Romeo and his punishment.
Juliet pretends to be dead. Romeo kills Paris who witnessed him coming to the grave of Juliet. Romeo drinks poison believing that his Juliet was dead. On waking up Juliet finds the corpse of Romeo. She kisses him and drinks the poison left on his lips. She dies. After their death the friar reveals what really was the cause of their such actions. at last the Capulets and the Montagues become friends. That's pretty close… Read More
The story of Romeo and Juliet ended in death because they were secretly married, but then Romeo was banished for killing Juliet's cousin, Tybalt. While he was gone, Juliet's parents want her to marry a count named Paris. She doesn't want to so she goes to Friar Lawrence for help. He gives her a potion that will make her appear dead. She takes it and is brought to the tomb where she is supposed to… Read More
Juliet fakes her death to get out of marrying Count Paris. Friar Laurence tries to get word out to Romeo that Juliet isn't really dead. But Romeo doesn't get the letter so he doesn't know that shes still alive. Romeo goes to Juliets tomb to weep over her death. When he enters Juliets tomb he finds Count Paris is also weeping over Juliets death. So Romeo, deranged by grief, murders the Count when he tries… Read More
Lord Capulet says that when Juliet is found apparently dead after taking Friar Lawrence's potion. The idea is that Juliet has married Death instead of Paris. Please take note: the quotation is "Death is my son in law", not "Death is your son in law". It means something quite different.
romeo died from drinking poison and Juliet died from stabbing herself in chest
Juliet in Romeo and Juliet.
Why is Friar Lawrence willing to become involved in solving the marriage problems Juliet encounters?
The Friar knows that Romeo & Juliet are already married when Paris comes to him in Act 4, Scene 1 of Romeo & Juliet. He tries to help Juliet so that she doesn't actually kill herself to keep from marrying Paris. - See more at: http://www.chacha.com/question/why-is-the-friar-willing-to-become-involved-in-solving-romeo-and-juliets-marriage-problems-in-act-4-scene-1#sthash.rxpVM9Fc.dpuf The Friar knows that Romeo and Juliet are already married when Paris comes to him in Act 4, Scene 1 of Romeo & Juliet. He tries to help Juliet… Read More
Romeo and Juliet's death
In west side story and romeo and juliet, there are 2 rival gangs. Romeo and Juliet starts out with a street fight between the Montagues and Capulets; the Jets and the Sharks have a similar fight. Juliet is set up with Paris, and Maria has been set up with Chino. Romeo searches for Juliet and finds her at her balcony. After the dance, Tony finds Maria and uses the fire escape.In the big fight scene… Read More
because she was being forced to marry Paris so she faked her death, so the wedding would be cancelled. Then romeo found out from Balthazar that Juliet was dead but they both don't know that she is faking because he never got the message from friar Lawrence.
Romeo dreamed the night before his death that Juliet kissed him and all was right in the world.
Romeo and Juliet are just characters in a play and did not exist in our world. In the play they die in Act 5.
Staging Juliet's death prevents her from marrying Paris, and buys Lawrence time to contact Romeo to effect her escape to join him.