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  • Deaths Of Romeo And Juliet
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    To what extent do you believe that Friar Laurence is responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet^ I think that Friar Laurence was to a large extent responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. However, several other factors contributed and we can not solely blame one person. The circumstances, time period and characters need to be taken into consideration. The Friar is introduced half way through the play, and his role is a vital one. In his first scene we see him with the poison, and this...
  • Juliet Into A Coma And Romeo
    574 words
    Catastrophes that Plagued Characters in Romeo and Juliet Many characters in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet invite the catastrophes they experience. These characters are Mercutio, Romeo, and Friar Laurence. Mercutio because he never thinks before he acts. He has a very bigmouth and will say anything to create a joke. Romeo because of this fight with Tybalt. If this fight never occurred then the outcome of the story could have been better for Romeo and Juliet. Maybe there families could ha...
  • Unfortunate For Romeo And Juliet
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    i got 87% on this in grade 10 english. We had to prove that Romeo and juliet are victims of fate. this should be fine for anything grade 9 to about 10 or 11. if you " re in grade 12 or 13 and you need to copy reports off the internet then you " re a retard. don't forget to double space the lines and all that. who'd have thought that one day technology would allow us to cheat on homework assignments hahaha, enjoy Even though nobody likes it, bad luck exists. There is no way to get rid of it, it i...
  • Marriage Of Romeo And Juliet
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    Holy Saint Francis! What a change is here! Is Rosaline, that thou didst love so dear, So soon forsaken? Young men's love then lies Not truly in their hearts, but in their eyes... (II, ) This is only some of the wisdom spoken by Friar Laurence to young Romeo in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet on the decision made by him to wed thirteen year old Juliet in such hastiness. Romeo sought after the confidence of Friar Laurence when he first met Juliet as there was no one else he could turn to, e...
  • Love Of Romeo And Juliet
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    What is love? is it not a feeling, a dream, a look? How long must it take for one to know he / she is in love? And if it is longer then an hour is it really love? One could say love is in the eyes, the window to the soul; another could say love could not be seen by the eyes for they only tell so much. But what about fate, if fate exists what does it matter if the love is in the eyes or truly in the heart? And at what point is life swept out of the beholder's hands and into those of fate? if Shak...
  • Friar Laurence
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    In Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, Friar Laurence plays a very important role. For one, he's the sole figure of religion in the play. Also, he is an extremely controversial character in the sense that his intentions seem good but his actions say otherwise. And, for a Catholic friar, his mystical knowledge sure does seem out of place. All these ideas express why Friar Laurence is worthy of being the most significant and interesting character in this play. Friar Laurence occupies odd territory in ...

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