It begins with a conversation between two servants. Early in 1596, William Shakespeare, in his father's name, applied to the College of Heralds for a coat of arms. Romeo tries to block the two men, but Tybalt cuts Mercutio and runs away, only to return after he hears that Mercutio has died. Romeo agrees to go the party. This is one of the plays that has been widely played on many stages and even used for operas.
But who is responsible for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet? However, Romeo spends the night with Juliet. As Romeo watches Juliet, entranced, a young Capulet, Tybalt, recognizes him, and is enraged that a Montague would sneak into a Capulet feast. In the brawl, he portrays all of the layers of Veronese society, from those lowest in power, the servants, to the Prince who occupies the political and social pinnacle. At the end of the conversation Capulet hands his servant a piece of paper with names on it and tasks the man to find them and invite them to his party that night. The scene begins with Friar Laurence entering with a basket in hand and speaking of the qualities of various flowers and herbs.
She learns what has happened from Friar Laurence, but she refuses to leave the tomb and stabs herself. After citizens outraged by the constant violence beat back the warring factions, Prince Escalus, the ruler of Verona, attempts to prevent any further conflicts between the families by decreeing death for any individual who disturbs the peace in the future. In anger, Romeo pursues Tybalt, kills him, and is banished by the Prince. On the day before the marriage, Juliet consumes this medicine and is misunderstood as being dead and laid in the family tomb. In the tomb, Romeo gazes on what he thinks is the dead body of his beloved, drinks the poison, and dies. Meanwhile, Juliet Capulet, age thirteen, has just heard that Verona's most eligible bachelor Paris has his eye on her.
However, Romeo does not know about the plan, visits her grave, thinks she is dead, and kills himself. They fall instantly in love, obviously, but then—gasp! It tells us that this play takes place in Verona and at the center of this story are two lovers who belong to feuding families. Lady Capulet tells her daughter not to speak to her for a while and leaves. Benvolio points out that Rosaline will be there as well as several other beautiful women. There is a knock at the door and it is Juliet's Nurse. For a while this teasing goes on until Juliet is very close to hysterics.
A group of citizens bearing clubs attempts to restore the peace by beating down the combatants. He has challenged Romeo to a duel. Friar Lawrence was very benign to Romeo and Juliet, he even married them, but could he also have something to do with their deaths? That lack of success has made him noticeably lovelorn of late. Scene 3 Scene 3 takes place in Friar Laurences cell. As Juliet does not want to get married to Paris, she visits Friar Lawrence and he offers her a drug that would put her in a deathlike coma for two and forty hours and promises to send a messenger for Romeo informing the plan, so that they could reunite when she wakes up. There, they are secretly married talk about a short engagement. Shakespeare became the most famous playwright ever because of Romeo and Juliet and many of his other works.
Juliet then visits Friar Laurence, and together they concoct a plan to reunite her with Romeo. Romeo describes Juliet as being like the sun, brighter than a torch, a jewel sparkling in the night, and a bright angel among dark clouds. Benvolio sees Romeo approaching, and promises to find out the reason for his melancholy. The Nurse enters the scene and tells Juliet of Tybalt's death. So, she runs home, agrees to marry Paris, and takes the poison so she can be taken to the Capulet tomb where Romeo can find her and everyone can live happily ever after.
However, Benvolio knows that Romeo likes solitude and convinces Mercutio to leave him be. Their deaths, however, bring to a final close the age-old quarrel between the Capulets and Montagues. Then Lady Capulet lets Juliet know that Paris desires to marry her. Tybalt tells him that he knows Romeo is in the house. Juliet then enters the scene and after a brief conversation the three exit the scene so the fryer can marry the two young lovers. Her parents do not know she is already married. Protagonists Romeo and Juliet are the protagonists of the play.
There is evidence that due to his father's declining fortunes, Shakespeare was unable to complete his schooling and was subsequently required to help with the family business. Romeo, the son of Montague, runs into his cousin Benvolio, who had earlier seen Romeo moping in a grove of sycamores. The rest of the town starts to arrive at the tomb, including Lord Capulet and. Instead of a wedding, they have a funeral. But who is responsible for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet? Concerned about their son, the Montagues tell Benvolio that Romeo has often been seen melancholy, walking alone among the sycamores. Mercutio teases the Nurse for a bit but leaves with Benvolio after Romeo asks them too. On awakening, Juliet sees Romeo dead and she stabs herself to death.