Romeo thaught Juliet had actually killed herself, so he toomk his own life with poisin, and Juliet woke up, and killed hersdelf know that romeo had died, if that makes any sense at all
Romeo Montague is from Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet. He falls in love with Juliet which leads to both of their deaths.
Juliet Capulet is one of the leads in "Romeo & Juliet"
The deaths of Romeo and Juliet.
The deaths of Romeo and Juliet
They commit suicide, Juliet with a knife and Romeo with poison.
The grief both the families have after the deaths of Romeo and Juliet.
the deaths of romeo and juliet; these two "star-crossed lovers."
Soo Far: Mercutio Tybalt Romeo Juliet Correction: Mercutio Tybalt Paris Romeo Juliet Lady Montague
The deaths of Romeo and Juliet.
It's ironic that when Mercutio teases Romeo about being in love with Rosaline, Romeo is really in love with Juliet. It's ironic that the Friar advises Romeo to "love moderately" as he is about to perform the very sudden marriage between the passionate young people. Friar Laurence points out an irony as he gathers herbs: used correctly, poisonous herbs can cure disease, and vice-versa. This irony is mirrored in the play as whole, in which an good thing, the love of Romeo and Juliet, leads to their deaths, and a bad thing, the deaths of Romeo and Juliet, leads to a good thing, the end of the feud between the families.
The tragic event in Romeo and Juliet is their separation, which leads to both of them committing suicide.
Romeo and Juliet are "a pair of star-crossed lovers . . . who, with their deaths, bury their parents' strife." We are told that before the play even starts.
Of course, Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy but there is one good thing that resulted from their suicides. That is, their deaths ended the hostility between the Capulets and the Monagues, their deaths "bury their parents' strife."
Their families will then become friends and everyone, (except Romeo and Juliet), will live happily ever after.
The turning point in the play "Romeo and Juliet" is when Romeo kills Tybalt, Juliet's cousin, and is banished from Verona. This sets in motion a plan to reunite Romeo and Juliet, which eventually ends in their deaths.
A series of disastrous events lead to Romeo and Juliet's deaths. Juliet died by stabbing herself after Romeo drank poison.
Two: Romeo and Juliet. They left out the deaths of Paris and Mrs. Montague.
There are several feelings involved in the play Romeo and Juliet. There is hatred between the Capulets and the Montagues and love between Romeo and Juliet. There is also the feeling of loss at the deaths of Mercutio and Tybalt. Finally there is the feeling of despair when Romeo is exiled, when he believes Juliet is dead and when Juliet wakes to find Romeo dead.
The prologue tells us so, doesn't it: "do with their deaths bury their parents' strife"? And indeed it appears that Montague and Capulet do reconcile at the end of the play. Montague offers to build a statue of Juliet, and Capulet responds by saying he will do the like for Romeo.
The prince investigates the deaths of Romeo and Juliet when he arrives at the tomb. He questions the Friar, the page boy and reads the note left by Romeo.
Shakespeare (he wrote the play!)
it ended the capulet-montague feud
romeo and juliet are stupid :D
"Who, with their deaths, bury their parents' strife."
there were six deaths TYBALT -MEMBER OF THE FAMILY CAPULET MERCUTIO -FRIEND OF THE FAMILY MONTAGUE, MEMBER OF THE PRINCE'S FAMILY LADY MONTAGUE COUNT PARIS ROMEO MONTAGUE JULIET CAPULET