For example, had he not have asked Juliet to marry him so suddenly, and thought more carefully before rushing back to Verona after hearing of Juliet’s death, the events which fell into place as consequences of his actions could have been very different.
For example, had he not have acted so rashly when he saw Juliet lying on the bed, dead, he wouldn’t ended his life so drastically, and Juliet wouldn’t have committed suicide either.
If Romeo hadn't gone to the party, he would never have met Juliet who would have been married off to Paris.
In this case been "a story of more woe Than this of Juliet and her Romeo." We sense the grand irony that in death Romeo and Juliet have created the world that would have allowed their love to live. But because of the power and beauty of their love, it is hard to see Romeo and Juliet's death as a simple tragedy.
If any of these events were in any way altered or removed then the whole of the plot would change, and Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare as a Tragedy "Romeo and Juliet" is considered by most people to be Shakespeare's most tragic work. Before we can discuss the tragic aspects of Romeo and Juliet, we must first understand the meaning of Shakespeare is a well known author who wrote in the 1500's. According to the Oxford dictionary of current English, a tragedy is described as a serious disaster or a sad event.
Two young people die for their love for each other - what can be more purer, romantic and tragic than that. In Shakespeare plays, tragedy is identified as a story that ends unhappily due to the fall of the protagonist, which is the tragic hero.In short, Juliet develops from a heroine of light comedy to a heroine of tragedy.When thinking of fate, we also start thinking of "what if" questions Fate and the Deaths of Romeo and Juliet in William Shakespeare's Play Before judging to what extent Fate was responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet, we must first answer the question: what is fate?I expect Shakespeare was heavily influenced by Greek tragedies.His plays are also often tragedies, and most of these were tragedies of fate. The witches predicted the course of events to follow at the very beginning of the play.Even though other events and people lead to their deaths, the ancient grudge is a main reason why these ‘two star-crossed lovers’ take their own lives.Fate could also be held responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet as it was fate that Romeo and Juliet met and fell in love.Romeo and Juliet's deaths are tragic, but this tragedy was fated: by the stars ROMEO AND JULIET AS A TRAGEDYShakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is his eleventh play. Shakespeare has included all the necessary elements for a tragedy.The play has a tragic heroof high standing who dies. The hero has a tragicflaw and this flaw will lead to his downfall and the downfall of others. Indeed, Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is a as one of Shakespeare's greatest tragedies.The first letter to go astray is the letter announcing the Capulet’s party.The servant who has the letter cannot read, and so asks Romeo as he passes him in the street for his assistance.