The pair declare their love for one another and intend to marry the next day. The three banter back and forth and Romeo is clearly in a better mood than he was the last time he saw them. The Nurse sometimes speaks so much that even Lady Capulet has to tell her to keep quiet. She asks Benvolio if he has seen Romeo, and Benvolio says that he has seen his depressed cousin wandering among the sycamores outside the city. Friar Lawrence Though he is a kind and religious man who often gives good advice, Friar Lawrence is also responsible for a great deal of conflict in this play. Mercutio pokes fun at the Nurse until she asks to speak to Romeo in privacy. The young protagonists of the story, Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet, belong to feuding families of Verona.
Juliet is afraid to drink the potion because she has many concerns. When Romeo approaches the tomb, Paris recognizes him as the man who murdered Tybalt. The Friar sends a messenger to warn Romeo of Juliet's plan and bids him to come to the Capulet family monument to rescue his sleeping wife. Romeo And Juliet is a true tragedy in the literary sense because the families gather sufficient self-knowledge to correct their behaviour but not until it is too late to save the situation. She asks Friar Lawrence if she can make confession and Paris exits. This shows that she can be irritating at times and is also a gossip. Once Romeo is certain that Juliet is as distraught as he is, he makes his presence known.
That night Romeo comes to her room and the lovers are able to spend one glorious night together before Romeo, at dawn, must flee Verona to Mantua. Fortunately, Romeo and Benvolio wander by at that moment and Romeo reads the list aloud. He tries to keep Romeo from entering, and they engage in a duel. The fight ends when Mercutio is being fatally wounded and making Romeo slaying Tybalt. Once they are alone, Juliet begs Friar Lawrence to help her. Romeo and Juliet regretfully part for the night, but both are excited about what the day will bring. The truth about their identities upsets them later on — but it is too late, they are already in love.
Romeo and Tybalt engage in a sword fight, and Tybalt falls down dead. Mercutio strongly believes in honor and self-respect, which is why he becomes so enraged when Romeo allows Tybalt to verbally attack him. Then the two can live out the rest of their days together in Mantua. While they happily celebrate, they are unaware that Juliet would rather feign death than participate in this occasion. The Montagues and Capulets are grief-stricken when they learn the truth. Before they can speculate further, Romeo enters the scene. Guided by her feelings for him, she develops very quickly into a determined, capable, mature, and loyal woman who tempers her extreme feelings of love with sober-mindedness.
Friar Lawrence realizes how dire this situation is and tells Juliet that he has a plan. That night Romeo comes to her room and the lovers are able to spend one glorious night together before Romeo, at dawn, must flee Verona to Mantua. They instantly fall in love, but they do not realize that their families are mortal enemies. Lady Capulet demands justice, but the Prince angrily interrupts her. He spends his last night in the city with his love, Juliet.
He tells the Nurse that Juliet must find a way to go to church that evening because that is when they will be wed. Romeo, trying to stop the fight, finds himself in between, and kills Tybalt. Instead of a wedding, they have a funeral. Everybody leaves except for the musicians, who are not at all concerned with what just took place. Montague's son Romeo and his friends Benvolio and Mercutio hear of the party and resolve to go in disguise. They are sure they will not be allowed to marry.
Overcome with grief, Romeo remembers that there is an impoverished apothecary in Mantua. He decides to marry Juliet to Paris immediately. He threatens her and tells her that she will marry Paris, whether she likes it or not. He also helps keep the family quarrel alive. She recommends that Juliet go to confession and move on with her life. Romeo convinces him that his love is true, and that he and Juliet wish to be married immediately.
Juliet turns to the Nurse and begs for her help. Romeo visits his best friend Mercutio and his cousin Benvolio but his good mood is curtailed. Capulet states that their happy wedding celebration will now be transformed into a mournful funeral. The Nurse was the one who revealed to both Romeo and Juliet the identities of each other i. The Nurse clarifies the situation and says that Romeo killed Tybalt and is now banished. Friar Lawrence tries to talk some sense into Romeo by reminding him that he could have been murdered for his actions. Benvolio from the Montague side sees this fight and draws his sword to force peace upon both parties.