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Why is the ending of Romeo and Juliet tragic?
The two star-crossed lovers create their tragic end because they take actions that puts their lives at risk. Blinded by love, Romeo and Juliet make irrational decisions, taking rash actions that goes against common sense, which end up causing more trouble for themselves.
Who changes the most in Romeo and Juliet?
Juliet changes more than any other character in Romeo and Juliet. Juliet changes more than any other character in Romeo and Juliet. During Juliet’s first scene in the play, she says that she will love, but only if it pleases her parents. This longing for authority shows her immaturity at the play’s beginning.
How does Juliet change from the beginning to the end?
From the beginning to the end of Romeo and Juliet, Juliet changes in several ways, all of which show that she has grown from a child into a woman. She gains independence and claims her desire to marry the man she chooses, Romeo.
What finally happens to Romeo and then to Juliet?
Paris thinks Romeo is there to desecrate the tomb. Explain what finally happens to Romeo and then to Juliet. Romeo drinks the poison, thinking Juliet was dead. Juliet wakes up, sees dead Romeo and stabs herself with a dagger.
Who died first Romeo?
Believing Romeo to be a vandal, Paris confronts him and, in the ensuing battle, Romeo kills Paris. Still believing Juliet to be dead, he drinks the poison. Juliet then awakens and, discovering that Romeo is dead, stabs herself with his dagger and joins him in death.