When does Paris die in the play Romeo and Juliet?
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.
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Paris is killed by Romeo in a swordfight. Romeo poisons himself. Juliet stabs herself.
No, the nurse does not die in the Romeo and Juliet Play.
The date of the events of the play Romeo and Juliet is not given in the play.
Mercutio, Tybalt, Lady Montague, Count Paris, Romeo, Juliet
He died when Romeo visited the Capulets' catacomb to see Juliet before he killed himself. Paris was going in to give Juliet flowers and Romeo was saying things like "I want to lay with Juliet." Romeo meant that he wanted to die beside her, but Paris took it in the wrong way and told him to leave. They fought, Romeo won, Paris died.
Because, Paris wants to marry Juliet.
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)
He does die...Romeo kills him at the end, when they are besides Juliets tomb. He doesn't die in the film.
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)
The people who die in the final scene of Romeo and Juliet (Act 5, Scene 3) are, in order: Count Paris, Romeo and Juliet.
Romeo and Juliet are just characters in a play and did not exist in our world. In the play they die in Act 5.
Mercutio, Tybalt, Paris, Romeo and Juliet. Also Lady Montague apparently dies of grief.
In the final scene, Romeo kills Paris, Romeo poisons himself, and Juliet stabs herself.
They all die in Act V scene 3.
yes because Paris killed mercutio in a fight. < This is wrong Romeo kills Tybalt because Tybalt killed mercutio in a fight. Paris plans to get married to Juliet but on the day of their wedding Juliet dies. So Paris never dies.<~ This is also wrong, Romeo kills Tybalt because he killed Mercutio and Romeo also kills Paris because he provoked him in the Capulet tomb. So Paris does die.
Paris is the person that wants to marry Juliet Paris he needs to being loving caring for Juliet he puts his life to or he die for that fine girl that so fine and hot.
Romeo and Juliet will die, and this will cause their families to reconcile.
In the play Romeo and Juliet, the climax is when both of them die in Act V.
Tybalt, Romeo, Juliet, and Mrs. Montague
Romeo and Juliet is a romantic play which was written by Shakespeare. It is a tragic love story in which both lovers die.
He drinks poison, in Juliet tomb to "die with her", thinking Juliet was really dead. And Juliet stabbs herself when she see Romeo dead.
Romeo and Juliet will die. Their families will reconcile as a result.
Since both Romeo and Juliet die in Romeo and Juliet, it is definitely a tragic play.
Romeo and Juliet were star-crossed lovers in Shakespeare's play of the same name. Their families were sworn enemies but, despite this, they marry - the play is a tragedy (both Romeo and Juliet die, along with a number of other characters).
Juliet was reluctant to consider Paris' hand in marriage, but promised her mother she would, as that was what her parents wanted for her. However, Juliet then meets Romeo, the pair falling in love almost immediately. Juliet and Romeo are married in secret before any plans are made by the Capulets for Juliet to actually marry Paris. This is why she tried fleeing with Romeo and taking her own life when it failed and Romeo… Read More
Well, Romeo and Juliet die, obviously, and so do Tybalt, Paris, and Mercutio. Romeo and Juliet's parents do not die, and neither does the Friar or the Nurse. Other than that, all the characters live except the ones mentioned above.
Paris is killed in act V scene III. Paris entered juliets tomb and started to spread flowers over Juliets grave. Romeo then enters Paris thinks he is there to defile the body of either Tybalt or Juliet and challenges him to a sword fight his servent runs to get prince and romeo kills Paris.
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)
romeo...out of revenge kills Tybalt
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.
Lady Montague killed herself because Romeo was dead. Tybalt was killed by Romeo because he killed Mercutio. Mercuito was killed by Tybalt. Paris was killed by Romeo because Romeo was going into the Capulet's vault where they keep the dead to die with Juliet and Paris tried to stop him. Romeo killed himself because he thought Juliet was dead. Juliet killed herself because Romeo was dead.
Both romeo and Juliette die in the end of the play/ movie.
Act 5 Scene 3. That's when Paris and Romeo die too.
Both Romeo and Juliet die, briefly, Romeo believes Juliet to be dead, so he drinks some poison, then when Juliet finds Romeo dead, she stabs herself with his dagger. Paris also dies, killed by Romeo. And Tybalt and Mercutio earlier on. And Mrs. Montague dies offstage
Mercutio= killed by Tybalt Tybalt= killed by Romeo Paris= killed by Romeo Lady Montague= of greif for Romeo's exile Romeo= commited suicide Juliet=commited suicide
Between Romeo and Juliet, Juliet was the second to die. But the second person in the play to die was Tybalt. Mercutio was the first. Juliet was the fifth or possibly the sixth, depending on exactly when Lady M died.
Act 5, Scene 3 Romeo line...119 and 120 Juliet line...170
In Shakespeare's play, "Romeo And Juliet" both Romeo and Juliet die, so neither of them gets to marry anybody apart from each other. It's a rather sad play. (This is why it is called a "Lamentable Tragedy")
6 people total Romeo Juliet Lady Montague Tybalt Mercutio Paris
Romeo and Juliet run away The feud continues Romeo and Juliet have 2 sons and a daughter Romeo dies at 92 and Juliet at 89 The Kids have kids and Romeo and Juliet's sons continue on the Montague name
Juliet's father thinks that she will have to marry Paris on Thursday, and later on Wednesday, but she knows that she does not have to marry him at all because she would sooner die.
They both die.
Many readers say no, but some say yes. The Prologue at the beginning of the play the chorus remarks that Romeo and Juliet are "star-crossed" and fated to "take their lives" informs the audience that the lovers are destined to die tragically. What does surprise the readers is why did Shakespeare make Paris and Lady Montague die? Paris died because Romeo kills him, but why? Why; Romeo was suffering from fury that his beloved one… Read More
In the end. Romeo takes his own life when he thinks that Juliet is dead. Juliet then wakes from her deep sleep, and sees that Romeo is dead. She doesn't want to live without him, so she kills herself.
Well, since I have seen this play, I remember that Juliet sees Romeo dead and as a true lover like her would do, she got the knife/dagger from his pocket and stabbed herself to death.......That was the end for Juliet and her Romeo /
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
In Romeo and Juliet, Tybalt kills Romeo's friend Mercutio, so Romeo kills Tybalt. Romeo kills Paris and then himself thinking that Juliet in dead. Juliet wakes up from her sleep seeing Romeo dead kills herself. At the end we find out that Romeo's mother dies because of grief over the banishment of her son.
How does the nurse offend Juliet in this act and cease to be her ally How does this development add to the tragedy of the events that follow?
She tells Juliet to forget Romeo and marry Paris, even though Juliet is already married to Romeo. Juliet doesn't listen an thanks to the Frair that helped her cause the whole tragedy of Tybalt, Mercutio, Juliet, and Romeo to die.
Every time the play Romeo and Juliet is put on, Juliet dies. She is not and was never a real person and so did not really die at all.