The tragedy part ofis that they both died at the end by committing suicide because Juliet took a potion to make her seem dead but no one told Romeo. He thought that Juliet was dead so he killed himself and moments later Juliet wakes from her slumber, sees Romeo dead, and kills herself as well with his dagger.
Romeo and Juliet is an example of tragedy. The whole play is an example of tragedy. That's the kind of play it is, not a part of it.
Yes, Romeo and Juliet (by Shakespeare) is a tragedy.
The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet
romeo and Juliet is considered a romance but in shakespeare times it was actually a tragedy romeo and Juliet is considered a romance but in shakespeare times it was actually a tragedy
The Tragedy Of Romeo And Juliet.
Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy because they all die in the end, well Romeo and Juliet do.
A tragedy is when something unexpected happens. This therefore makes Romeo and Juliet a tragedy as the death of Juliet was unexpected. It is also deemed as a tragedy because the deaths of Romeo and Juliet were not of their own doing but their families. It could also be said that the story of Romeo and Juliet was a tragedy because the feud between the families doomed their love, and led to the couple committing suicide.
Yes Romeo and Juliet is viewed as a tragedy.
The deaths of Romeo and Juliet
the play of romeo and juliet is a sonnet,a love and a tragedy. :( :(
because at the end both romeo and Juliet die
Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy. Many people immediately think romance, and in fact it may be both, but the full title of the play is The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet.
It was based on William Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet.
Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy. They both kill themselves.
The cast of The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet - 1982 includes: Blanche Baker as Juliet Esther Rolle as Nurse
romeo and Juliet from Shakespeare
Macbeth , Juliet & romeo
They die at the end. It's the most obvious part of any tragedy.
YES!! it is called The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, lots of people die, as well as a family feud.
romeo and juliet is a tragedy becuase it shows how deeply in ove they were and it all ende uup with a downfall of both of them dyings
He was around the age of sixteen.
After research it has been decided that there is no such element of classical tragedy in Romeo and Juliet.
As the title says, it's a tragedy.
it is both a love and a tragedy story. :)
Paris doesn't TRULY love Juliet, like Romeo does.