He appears only three times within the text and only to administer justice following major events in the feud between the Capulet and Montague families. Montague's son, who is loved and respected in Verona. His actions indicate that his daughter's wants were irrelevant all the way up to the point when he sees her unconscious on her bed presumably dead and later, when she is truly dead during the play's final scene. He is initially presented as a comic lover, with his inflated declarations of love for Rosaline. Dramatic significance is when the play has depth and meaning, which influences the rest of the story. They marry the following day, but their union is soon thrown into chaos by their families; Juliet's cousin duels and kills Romeo's friend Mercutio, throwing Romeo into such a rage that he kills Tybalt, and the Prince of Verona subsequently banishes him.
A fight has broken out between a group of Montague and Capulet servants, and Benvolio, a Montague, is getting himself involved to try to cease the dispute, when Tybalt, a Capulet, arrives and taunts Benvolio then attacks him forcing him to turn and fight. True, Juliet acts naïve, nonetheless Romeo acts hastily by encouraging the relationship. The grudge against the Montague's has been reinforced by everyone he has been around the leading to a quite violent short tempered human being. The families have been sworn enemies for generations they are wealthy, powerful and often violent. Tybalt is angered by the insult of Romeo and Benvolio's uninvited presence at the ball in the Capulets' home. When Tybalt recognizes Romeo's voice at the Capulet masquerade ball, he is incensed and again ready for a fight. By taking his own life, Romeo will make it up to Tybalt for taking his.
Tybalt then challenges Romeo to a duel which Romeo refuses. In Act two Romeo and Juliet get married. Here, Benvolio draws on this intimacy to influence Mercutio. His death caused Romeo to change his usual good temperament, and to seek revenge. The part that caught my eye was the fact that I never stopped to think about why Romeo kills Tybalt.
These qualities are explored further in Act 3, Scene 1. Although admirable qualities add to one's life, they can often lead to their death. Tybalt wants to restore his offended honour publicly. Young men in Verona society were very aware of status and people would never fight below their rank, this was seen as cowardly. He starts by saying that Romeo and Juliet were husband and wife, then explains that they were married the same day that Tybalt died, and that Juliet was pining away because of Romeo's banishment, not because of Tybalt's death. His last appearance is in act 3 scene 1, wherein Mercutio insults Tybalt and ends up fighting with him. Lady Capulet, Juliet's biological mother only tells her what to do, and has never been personally close with Juliet.
The chief protagonists of the play are Romeo and Juliet from the Montague and Capulet families. Capulet's servants are referenced again in act four, scene one; Capulet orders them to begin preparations for another party: the wedding of Juliet and Paris. He decides to banish Romeo from Verona as punishment for killing Tybalt. His banishment is making clear the inevitable future tragedy and our suspicions are proved true as the play continues. At the beginning of the scene as Mercutio and Benvolio enter; Shakespeare is quick to build up the threat of danger.
It makes him seem egotistical and communicates his absolute refusal to back down or submit. An example of fate in Romeo and Juliet is the fight between the servants in the first act. This soliloquy adds strong emotions and creates a depressed mood. Capulet - The patriarch of the Capulet family, father of Juliet, husband of Lady Capulet, and enemy, for unexplained reasons, of Montague. It's also likely that Tybalt just likes to fight, which brings us to our next point: If there's a personification of hate in the play, it's Tybalt. You will set cock-a-hoop, you'll be the man? Juliet's love for Romeo gives her the strength and courage to defy her parents and face death twice.
When he does, Tybalt challenges Romeo to a duel. Later, he changes his mind and angrily demands that Juliet obey his wishes. They didn't buy any flowers Benvolio said to a man that they feared meeting the Capulets as they knew a fight would break out and then they rushed on past. Throughout this essay I shall be looking at the main characters of Act 3 Scene 1, also I will discuss the way Shakespeare presents the characters in the play and in contrast with Baz Lurhmann's film of Romeo and Juliet, to see if Lurhmann adds. Juliet or The Blue Necklace 1898 by Juliet Capulet, the female , is the only daughter of , the patriarch of the Capulet family. Lady Capulet Lady Capulet is vengeful and she demands Romeo's death for killing Tybalt.
This all leads to Romeo's banishment and misunderstandings and miscommunications that cause the tragic deaths of Romeo and Juliet. He kisses her and then leaves the cell, prompting Juliet to angrily threaten to kill herself with a knife. Honour Honour is a central theme in the play and particularly in this scene. She dies of grief offstage soon after mentioned in act five. Her youthfulness is stressed throughout the play to illustrate her progression from adolescence to maturity and to emphasize her position as a tragic heroine.
After all it was Romeo who Tybalt wanted to kill. He supports and fights on the Montague side of the feud, and just like a Montague, hates the Capulet family. He doesn't know that Romeo and Juliet have already married in secret, making Romeo his cousin. The play takes place in Verona and focuses on Romeo and Juliet, two star-crossed lovers from two feuding families; the Montagues and the Capulets. Romeo grants Paris' dying wish to be placed next to Juliet in the tomb.
Like her husband, she is concerned by her son's withdrawn and secretive behavior. He breaks up fights and make peace with other people. The Chorus only appears in the Quarto versions, not in the First Folio. To provide a contrast to this boredom that would be found in such a tragic story an author uses humour to keep the audience entertained. . But this intrusion shall, now seeming sweet, convert to bitter gall. In the Elizabethan period events such as marriage were more traditional and were taken very seriously as well as the fact that men were more powerful than women.