Romeo and Juliet Impulsive Behavior
A simple flaw can be more fatal than death itself. In The Misfortune of Romeo as well as Juliet by William Shakespeare, this becomes apparent to the visitor oftentimes. Romeo is a very problematic character whose spontaneous actions caused the death of not only himself yet likewise his beloved Juliet. Romeo rapidly altering his unequaled love he felt with Rosaline to Juliet without any sorrow, later when he eliminates Tybalt without thinking about the repercussions, as well as once again when he learns of Juliet’s fatality. Romeo’s hasty mindset plays a substantial role in his life, as well as this shows just before Romeo will enter the Capulet unwelcome without assuming much about it.
In the beginning, Romeo mosts likely to the event to see his thought-to-be love Rosaline, however than promptly transforms his love from Rosaline to Juliet at his first blush of the stunning Capulet. “Is she a Capulet?/ O dear account! My life is my foe’s financial obligation” (I, iv, 118- 119). Romeo recognizing that Juliet is a Capulet, understanding his life is in the hands of his adversary, makes a decision to put this apart since his love is also strong for her. This is a terrific example of Romeo’s spontaneity. If Romeo was not quick to take these actions, Romeo and Juliet would have never fulfilled. This would certainly make both of their lives a great deal less complicated.
This is not the only time Romeo’s spontaneity takes a big impact in his life. Later, Mercutio, Romeo’s friend as well as Tybalt, Juliet’s relative have an argument as well as start to combat each other. One thing results in an additional and also Tybalt winds up inadvertently stabbing Mercutio with his sword. Romeo thinks this is his fault seeing that he was attempting to hold Mercutio back at the time. When Mercutio is stabbed by Tybalt he imitates he isn’t injured, that it is just a tiny scrape, while the reality is without a doubt he is significantly harmed. Mercutio passes away in front of Romeo and Romeo’s spontaneity starts instantly. Alive in triumph-and Mercutio killed!/ Away to paradise, particular lenity,/ and fired-eyed fury be my conduct now./ Currently, Tybalt, take the “villain” back again/ that late thou gravest me, for Mercutio’s soul/ is but a little method over our heads,/ Remaining for thrine to maintain him company./ Either thou or I, or both, must opt for him.” (III, i, 84-92) Romeo saying this is a wonderful example of his fatal flaw. As opposed to thinking through what he intends to do concerning Tybalt killing Mercutio, he promptly jumps to his battle and also has a fight with Tybalt. Romeo winds up eliminating Tybalt, making every issue worse.
Romeo was very crazy that Tybalt killed his close friend Mercutio, however if he took a minute to consider his actions prior to doing it he would have been better off. Romeo’s spontaneity does not just trigger the love to Juliet, or the murder of Tybalt, but Romeos spontaneous character causes possible the biggest error of his life. After eliminating Tybalt, Romeo is eliminated from Verona. He is informed that he is lucky not to be killed for his activities. Romeo does not think that way in any way, as Romeo statistics he would rather be dead than have to live without his sweet Juliet.
Friar Lawrence as well as Juliet think of a strategy to obtain Romeo as well as Juliet back together. The evening before Juliet’s weeding to Paris, she has to drink a potion that will certainly make her appear dead. After she is laid to rest to relax in the family members’s crypt, Romeo will come and conserve her so they can live free with each other. The weeding all of a sudden obtains moved a day earlier. Juliet consumes her potion the day prior to the weeding as well as happens with the strategy. The trouble is Romeo hears just of Juliet’s death, the message of Juliet claiming to be dead did not get to him in time.
Romeo swiftly mosts likely to Juliet’s burial place to see her, however he discovers Paris there as well. Romeo as well as Paris fight and also Romeo eliminates him out of rage. “Wilt thou prompt me? Then contend thee, boy!” (V, iii, 78) Romeo then takes a look at Juliet’s body for the extremely last time. Romeo consumes alcohol the remedy to eliminate himself, however not prior to he kisses Juliet one last time. Soon after, Juliet awakens but just to see Romeo’s dead body lying next to her. She, like Romeo can not live without him and also stabs herself with Romeo’s blade. Romeo’s impulsive habits not only took his life, but also his real love Juliet.