Your star crossed lovers story

By: Jillian Hoppe

Who is responsible for Romeo and Juliet's death?

Was the true love real or was it both of there faults for their deaths? The explanation for their deaths is because Juliet loves romeo enough to not be a capulet anymore because of her love for Romeo then she would be able to take her life because she knows Romeo out of her life would not be liveable. So since Romeo killed himself she killed herself because they both love eachother dearly. So in the end both of them love each other and were okay if both of died as long as they loved each other and were happy together anywhere they were. “O Romeo, O Romeo! wherefore art thou Romeo? Deny thy father and refuse thy name; Or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love, And I’ll no longer be a Capulet.”(Act: II Scene:II) Juliet and Romeo but Juliet’s statement feels like she loves Romeo and is willing to change and not be a capulet anymore if it meant they would love each other. So if Juliet is willing to not be a capulet for Romeo then she is willing to kill herself because she does not want to be without Romeo the rest of her life. Romeo is explaining his love for Juliet which while explaining he says what exactly should I do during a death situation but he is not worried about it because at the end of the day he still gets to call her his. “Amen, amen! but come what sorrow can, it cannot countervail the exchange of joy That one short minute gives me in her sight: Do thou but close our hands with holy words, Then love-devouring death do what he dare; it is enough i may but call her mine.” (Act:V Scene:VI ) When it comes to a tough time i still will be able to call Juliet mine because of how much i love her so Romeo would kill himself if he couldn't be with Juliet because he loves her so much.

movie analysis

This a video setting you up for when Allie and Noah met after long time and she just keeps fighting for him. But, this happened because before he left he told her he would write for her but she never got any of the 365 notes.
It's Not Over - The Notebook (3/6) Movie CLIP (2004) HD

Romeo and Juliet vs. The notebook

The title of the movie that resembles Romeo and Juliet would be “The Notebook”. In this movie there is a girl named Allie and she is a very rich girl that does try to see the best in everyone and one night she met a boy named noah. Noah was not rich at all but from the first time he saw Allie he fell instantly in love. The next day there was a carnival and Noah has already asked Allie if she would go on one date with him and she always said no. So that night at the carnival she was there with her friends and a couple guys, one guy asked her to go on a ride on the ferris wheel and she said i would love too. But, Noah didn't like this he jumped on the ferris wheel found Allie and said i won't let go until you go on a date with me and she said yes okay fine. Then they went on a very romantical date and that started this huge love story but her parents don't really like Noah. But, Allie found out bad news, which was that she had to move away. So Noah finally moved on but was very heartbroken he wrote to Allie 365 times after she moved but Allie never got them so it was there faults that that never got back together. Until, one day she saw him in the newspaper goes and meets him and fights for him. This resembles Romeo and Juliet because in both movies the couples both drifted apart because of very bad things. But in the end both of the couples see each other again but one ends in a good way and the other in a bad way.

Character analysis


Juliet is a very important character in “Romeo and Juliet” she is obviously the girl that falls in love but not in a good way. Juliet is in love with her family's enemy but what does she do nothing she keeps loving him. Juliet in the middle of the movie finds out that Romeo her husband has been banished from their town. Romeo only gets banished because he kills a some important people. But not on purposeful but Romeo still understood he did something very wrong and had to be punished so Romeo left the town. Anyways, Juliet his wife finds out that her husband has been banished and that her parents are making her marry, but juliet is married to Romeo, her parents don't know that. But, Juliet thinks of a plan to go see friar lawerence and he gives her this potion to drink, it makes you dead for technically 24 hours. So, that night she got the potion she told her nurse to not check on her all night so she could drink the potion that night. Eventually her nurse comes to check on Juliet and shes DEAD. Now none of this would have happened if Romeo wouldn't have been kicked out of the town but Romeo did not know this was all going to happened until his messenger told Romeo, “Juliet’s dead”. Romeo got on a horse and went to Juliet’s grave house and found her and killed himself. Even though, the potion was suppose to wake Juliet back up she was not awake. In my opinion i think that if friar lawrence's messenger would have got there 5 minutes before Romeo wouldn't have been as worried.

Textual evidence

1. "Tell me not, friar, that thou hear'st of this, Unless thou tell me how I may prevent it: If, in the wisdom, thou canst give no help, Do thou but call my resolution wise, And with this knife i'll help it presently, God join'd my heart and Romeo's thou our hands; And ere his hand, by thee to Romeo seal'd shall be the label to another dead, or my true heart with treacherous revolt turn another, this shall slay them both therefore out of thy long-experienced time, give me some present counsel, or , behold 'twixt my extremes and me this bloody knife shall play the umpire arbitrating that which the comesssions of thy years and art could to no issue of true honour bring. Be not so long speak; i long to die if what thou speak; i long to die if what thou speak'st speak not of remedy. "- juliet

2. " hold, then; go home be merry, give consent to marry paris; wednesday is to-marrow: to-marrow night look that thou lie alone; let not thy nurse lie with thee in thy chamber: take thou vial beign then in bed and distilled liquor drink thou off; when presently through all my veins shall run a cold and drowsy humor for no pulse shall keep his native progress, but surcease: no warmth, no breath, shall testify thou livest; the roses in thy lips and cheaks shall fade to paly ashes, thy eyes' window fall, like death, when he shuts up the day of life; each part deprives of supple goverment, shall stiff and stark and cold, appear like death thou shalt continue two adn forty hours, and then awake as from a sleasent sleep. now, when the bridegroom in the morning comes to rouse thee from thy bed, there art thou dead: then, as the manner of our country is, in thy best robes uncovered on the bier thou shalt be borne to that same ancient vault where all the kindred of the capulets lie. in the mean time , against thou shalt awake, shall romeo bey my letters know our drift, and hither shall he come: and he and i will wath thy waking, and that very night shall romeo bear thee hence to mantua. and this shall free thee from this present shame; if no inconstant toy, now womanish fear, abate thy valour in the acting it."

3. "Farewell! god knows when we shall meet again. i have a faint cold fear thrills through my veins, that almost freezes up the heat of iife: i'll call them back again to comfort me: nurse! what should she do here? my dismal scene i needs must act alone. come, vial. what is this mixture do not work at all? shall i be married then to-morrow morning? no, no: this shall forbid it: lie thou there."