Who is least responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet?
What must Friar Laurence do now?
Friar Laurence is the one who is present when Juliet wakes up, and he has to break all of the bad news to her. What does he suggest she do? He suggests she run away and leave the tomb, and that he will “dispose” of her among some nuns.
What motivates the apothecary to sell the illegal poison?
That is why Romeo picks this particular apothecary to buy the poison from. He looks around to find an apothecary who looks like he is really poor and does not have much luck selling stuff to people. He tells the apothecary that he can see that the guy is terribly poor and hungry. That’s why the man is willing to sell.
Why is it difficult to get poison in Mantua?
Why is it difficult to get poison in Mantua? It is illegal to sell poison, but Romeo believe the apothecary will sell some to him because the man looks like he’s starving to death.
Did Paris really love Juliet?
Later textual evidence does indicate that Paris harbors a legitimate love for Juliet, and though he arrogantly assumes Juliet will want to marry him, Paris never treats her unkindly. Nevertheless, because she does not love him, he represents a real and frightening potentiality for Juliet.
How does Juliet first try to kill herself?
Romeo takes poison On seeing Juliet, he drinks the poison so he can be with her in heaven. She kisses his lips to try and taste the poison herself, but it doesn’t work. So, instead, she kills herself with Romeo’s dagger.
Why does he figure Juliet is still so beautiful?
He doesn’t realize that the “death” is just a potion that’s wearing off. Instead, why does he figure Juliet is still so beautiful? She wants to get some of the poison off his lips and onto hers to kill her as well. Juliet says, “Thy lips are warm!” This is,quite arguably, one of the saddest lines in the entire play.
How does Juliet take her own life?
Juliet wakes up from the sleeping potion and finds Romeo dead next to her. She says her final goodbye to Romeo and takes her own life with Romeo’s dagger. She chose to kill herself after she found Romeo dead because she loved him and he’s the only man she wanted to be with.
What are the final six lines of Romeo and Juliet?
REWRITE THE FINAL SIX LINES OF THE PLAY IN YOUR OWN WORDS. A glooming peace this morning with it brings. The sun for sorrow will not show his head. Go hence, to have more talk of these sad things; Some shall be pardoned, and some punished, For never was a story of more woe Than this of Juliet and her Romeo.