What happens as Romeo tries to enter Juliet's tomb?
Act V, Scene 3, when everything happens in the wrong order. There are 3 visitors to Juliet's tomb. They SHOULD have arrived in the following order: 1) Friar Lawrence, to wake Juliet up. 2) Romeo, to take her away to Mantua and live happily ever after. 3) Paris, to find that his fiancée had vaniched from the tomb. In fact they arrive in the reverse order: Paris comes first, and begins to mourn outside the tomb, when his Page warns him that somebody else is coming. Paris hides. Romeo arrives next, also with a servant (Balthasar) whom he dismisses before starting to open the tomb with a crowbar. Paris, not unnaturally, takes offence at a Montague vandalising the Capulet tomb, and fights him, which is a big mistake; we already know Romeo is quite handy with a sword. Romeo then enters the tomb, find Juliet apparently lifeless, swigs his poison, falls dead. FINALLY, Friar Lawrence arrives, Juliet wakes, the Friar very sensibly scarpers, and Juliet kills herself. It's all a question of timing; which is one reason why the purists will tell you that R&J, though very, very sad, is not in the classical sense a Tragedy, but rather a mere chapter of accidents.
Paris accuses Romeo of desecrating the tomb and tries to arrest him. Romeo tries to warn Paris off, but he insists, so they fight and Paris dies.
Paris tries to arrest Romeo.
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
They make fun of the nurse and when she says she needs to talk to Romeo mercutio wants to make fun of Romeo for it but benvoilo tries to prevent it.
He prevents Mercutio from defending himself.
Paris tries to put him under citizen's arrest.
Bernardo ends stabbing Riff, and Romeo stabs Bernardo.
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The Nurse, when she runs in Juliets room to wake her up she finds her dead.
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
Tybalt turns on him and begins hitting him, Romeo does nothing because he says he loves Juliet and so he must love Tybalt (her cousin) too. Mercutio steps in to keep Tybalt from killing Romeo but in turn is killed by Tybalt.
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Benvolio tries to be.
Benvolio tries but fails.
Sweet. She tries to make up her mind. She thinks about Romeo.
Mercutio died after Romeo and Juliet's marriage. Romeo is walking with Mercutio and they are confronted by Tybalt, a Capulet. Romeo does not want to fight his new kinsman and tries to maintain peace. However Mercutio decides to fight Tybalt himself. While they duel, Romeo tries to separate them and Mercutio is stabbed.
When Romeo finds out that Juliet is 'Dead' he goes to see her in her tomb, and as Paris is there, he tries to stop him from seeing her, thus Romeo kills him.
Juliet thinks that romeo is the one who has been killed
Benvolio- nephew of montague and friend of Romeo.
Benvolio tries to split up the fight :)
He tries to kill Romeo but fails. Basically killing people is not Paris's forte.
Paris does not ask Romeo to kill him. Paris tries to arrest Romeo as a felon. When he won't come quietly, they end up fighting and Paris is killed.
Mercutio and Benevolio
He tries to stop it.
He is a peacemaker; he tries to avoid conflict.
The Montague kinsmen and the Capulet kinsmen fight each other and the Prince breaks up the fight between the two houses. Montague and Lady Montague (Romeo's father and mother) ask Romeo's cousin (Benvolio) where Romeo is and Benvolio goes to find him. When Benvolio finds Romeo, Romeo is sad about how he loves Rosaline but she doesn't love him back. Benvolio tries to tell Romeo that there are other fish in the sea and he… Read More
Romeo kills him when Paris tries to arrest him. Paris is under the impression that Romeo is hanging around the Capulet tomb to desecrate it.
Mercutio dies when he fights with Tybalt for Romeo. Mercutio is stabbed by Tybalt while Romeo tries unsuccessfully to break up the fight.
Rosaline. Benvolio tries, but he wouldn't have got anywhere unless Romeo had known that Rosaline was coming to the party.
The main fight in Romeo and Juliet is between Mercutio and Tybalt. Romeo tries to break it up, but Mercutio gets killed while he is doing so.
Tybalt approaches Romeo in the marketplace in Act 3 Scene 1 and insults him, expecting him to fight. Romeo, however, backs down and tries to pacify Tybalt.
Benvolio, Romeo's cousin.
Tybalt is angry because Romeo and Mercutio and his friends crashed the Capulet party, and is really angry because Lord Capulet wouldn't allow Tybalt to throw them out of the party. Tybalt tries to get Romeo to swordfight with him, but Romeo (who is by now secretly married to Tybalt's cousin Juliet) refuses and tries to make peace with Tybalt. Mercutio is enraged that his cousin Romeo won't fight, and says that if Romeo won't… Read More
In the beginning, Friar tells Romeo to not fall too hard when Romeo first tells Friar about Juliet. But later on Friar is the one who married Romeo and Juliet and he also tries saving them so that they can be together.
Mercutio is a relative of the Prince, neither Montague or Capulet, who is a friend of Romeo and his Montague pals. Mercutio engages in a duel with Tybalt when Romeo refuses to do so, and is killed by Tybalt when Romeo tries to break up the fight.
Romeo and Mercutio don't fight. Mercutio fights Tybalt on behalf of Romeo (Romeo can't because Tybalt is Juliet's cousin). Romeo tries to "break up the fight" and while doing so Tybalt stabs Mercutio. Then Romeo fights Tybalt and kills him.
The character of Benvolio Montague serves as the peacemaker in the story of Romeo and Juliet. He tries to keep the peace between the warring families of Capulet and Montague.
Hold thy desperate hand.
Tries to stop the fight by getting between them.
She tries to kill herself with the remains of the poison he killed himself with.
Benvolio tries to stop the servants fighting.
Tybalt tries, but is prevented from actually making trouble.
Tybalt hates all Montagues. He focuses his hatred on Romeo when Romeo and his friends come to Capulet's feast uninvited. Romeo is not interested in the quarrel between the two families, and doesn't mention Tybalt before Tybalt tries to get him to fight.
Benvolio, as his name suggests, is a peacemaker in the fight in Act I Scene 1, until he is attacked by Tybalt, and again in Act III Scene 1 where he tries to restrain Tybalt while Romeo tries to restrain Mercutio. "Benvolio" means "good will" in Italian.
Benvolio isn't more important than Mercutio. Benvolio is a good friend to Romeo (Benvolio sort of means 'well-meaning' in street-Italian), but he doesn't make much difference to the plot. Mercutio picks the fight with Tybalt that turns this from a lovestory into a tragedy. Benvolio tries to joke Romeo out of his pash on Rosaline, tries to persuade Mercutio not to fight Tybalt, tries to get the Duke not to banish Romeo - but nobody… Read More
he screams and cries to friar lawerence and then he tries to kill himself
He tries to take her from the tomb before she sees Romeo's corpse.
Romeo tries to prevent Mercutio and Tybalt from fighting by stepping between them. Mercutio gets distracted by Romeo and this gives Tybalt a chance to stab Mercutio. By trying to keep the peace, Romeo accidentally causes the death of his best friend.
Romeo kills Tybaly after Tybalt killed Mercutio. Benevolio, Mercutio and Romeo meet Tybalt and Tybalt tries to provoke the Montagues. Romeo refuses to fight, but Mercutio fights instead. Tybalt kills Mercutio, so Romeo then kills Tybalt.
They think she is sad because Tybalt is dead. In fact she is sad because Romeo is banished. Her mother tries to cheer her up by saying that she will have Romeo assassinated.