Juliet expresses her feelings for Romeo to Paris and Paris finally understands that Juliet definitely does not want to marry him. The guards call Montague and Lord Capulet into the tomb area to clear everything up. Lord Capulet makes the suggestion that they finally put aside their feud because he can see how happy Romeo makes his daughter.
Montague agrees with Capulet and they live in peace from then on for the sake of their children. Paris ends up finding love, but he never lets go of the love that he had for Juliet. Everyone ends up living in harmony in Verona. The second alternate ending that I came up with was a tragic ending for the lovers Romeo and Juliet, but a happy ending for all those in favor of the Paris and Juliet romantic match.
Just like in the scene above, this scene would begin during the fight in Act V, scene iii. In my scene, when Romeo accidentally mentions his poison plan to Paris, they stop fighting to formulate a plan. They mutually decide that they will both be miserable without Juliet, so they each choose to drink half of the poison so they can be with her forever.
The men split the bottle by pouring half into the hands of Romeo. Romeo slips into the hands of death just as Juliet begins to stir.
Paris lies to her by saying that Romeo knew that she was not dead but was so angry that he wanted to show Juliet the pain of missing a lover forever. Juliet believes Paris, and falls in love with him just as quickly as she fell in love with Romeo earlier in the story. Juliet and Paris move to Mantua in order to begin their new lives together. After actually thinking for a second, he thinks better of it and decides to go fetch Juliet once she wakes up.
The groundskeeper has had a boring night, so he decides to pick a fight with the intruder of the graveyard. Romeo respectfully explains that the last time he was in a fight with someone, they fought to the death. It takes the man a minute to comprehend what Romeo has just said, but once he does, he runs out of the tomb to find Lord Capulet. He runs to Lord Capulet to inform him that there was a random guy in their family tomb. Juliet finally wakes up to see her lover.
Romeo quickly explains that someone has gone to get her father, who will soon find out about all the shenanigans that have been going on. They move into a little cottage just outside the city. Shortly after moving, Juliet has their first child, whom they call Hedwig.
The lovers eventually sit down and talk about how rash they were for moving into love so fast a few short months ago. They realize that meeting, getting married, and faking deaths was all a little too much for one week. They also realize what this thoughtless, shallow love has done to Hedwig, and agree to divorce. All of their possessions went to Juliet, who kept Hedwig. Romeo was kicked out of the home. Because he had no money and no family or friends to support him, he had to live on the streets.
He eventually scraps up enough begging money to get some poison from the old apothecary in Verona. The sketchy potion does not work. Juliet finds out about the suicide attempt and sees how much she means to him. The Friar tells the whole story of Romeo and Juliet to him, which causes Paris to become very sad and runs off to find help. When the Friar and Romeo go into the tomb, they see that Juliet has started waking up. Romeo goes up to Juliet and gives her a quick kiss and the Friar tells them to run now.
Romeo explains everything to his father. His father was about to scream, but he thought of the possible good outcomes of this alliance, so he approves to this marriage. Come, our carriage awaits! No worries, the driver knows not of our plans," he insisted, leaning up closer towards her.
He's a good man, and a loyal one too. We've had a son together. I can't just leave my new family here for you. I've never forgotten you, Romeo, or the love we once shared, but I'm sorry I can't go with you. Romeo's charming smile dropped slowly, his eyes clouding.
He looked down, drawing a sobbing breath. When he spoke, his voice cracked and shook with heartbreak, an old wound freshly opened. I would never have imagined I have to prepare for my anniversary celebration tomorrow," Juliet interrupted, shaking her head. She drew her hand back from his grasp, turning away as she held back tears. He grabbed for her wrist, spinning her around to face him. There's no way I'm letting you go now! His eyes blazed; he grabbed for her desperately, lunging for her.
Romeo and Juliet are the main characters that display the obsession through dialogue. The first sign of infatuation began with Romeo. Romeo is obsessed with the idea of love, and is convinced that love controls you. However, Romeo and Juliet despite the opposition of their families secretly get married at church and insist on reaching their goal of being together. Shakespeare uses the idea of betrayal in a negative way, which creates a lot if irony and drama in the play.
Romeo runs over and asks what she was thinking when she took the potion to fake her death. In my scene, when Romeo accidentally mentions his poison plan to Paris, they stop fighting to formulate a plan. Juliet thought. Romeo is obsessed with the idea of love, and is convinced that love controls you.
Romeo and Juliet are the main characters that display the obsession through dialogue. First of all, Romeo and Juliet They were both so jocund when they saw him because that is when they knew they would send the rest of their life together because Balouis would direct them of where to live.
We've had a son together. He helped to invent the modern English language and his dramatic corpus engulfs what is universal and essential in human philosophy, spirituality, and wisdom. Romeo is gentle and passionate, whereas Paris is honourable and practical Juliet's eyes grew wide. Romeo apologizes for killing Tybalt and begs, on his knees, for their approval. The groundskeeper has had a boring night, so he decides to pick a fight with the intruder of the graveyard.
There's no way he'll take this very well Then the three of them head to her tomb to find Paris there. So, he still thinks I'm madly in love with him as I was so long ago? As the play progresses, each of the characters are developed further more through their impetuous actions at specific events and times. Paris finds a very pretty lady and has 4 children with her.
He helped to invent the modern English language and his dramatic corpus engulfs what is universal and essential in human philosophy, spirituality, and wisdom. Juliet is so devastated that she grabs the knife that was next to her grave and kills herself to be with Romeo forever.
In the play Romeo and Juliet, Romeo is the tragic hero.
It all ends tragically when they both commit
He hops on the horse as well and they ride off into the late sunset towards Mantua. They saw Balouis. There are four main contributions to haste.
They began their journey to meet with him.
Romeo apologizes for killing Tybalt and begs, on his knees, for their approval. Word is sent through Friar John to inform Romeo of this not so elaborate plan. Paris finds a very pretty lady and has 4 children with her. In the scuffle Romeo gets stabbed and falls tot he ground. Once he comes to the realization, he jumps up to take Juliet back to Mantua with him.