Romeo and Juliet Essay | The Contribution of Friar Lawrence to the Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

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The Contribution of Friar Lawrence to the Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

Summary: The actions of Friar Lawrence in William Shakespeare's play "Romeo and Juliet" were irresponsible in a number of respects. These actions contributed greatly to Romeo and Juliet's tragic fate.
The Contribution of Friar Lawrence to the Tragedy

Friar Lawrence contributed to the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet in a number of ways. Throughout the entire play Romeo would talk to Friar Lawrence as if he was his father because Romeo did not really talk to his real father very much. In the story Romeo did not talk to his father at all, there is just one part where it seems as if he was talking to his father. The reasons why Friar Lawrence contributed to the tragedy was the times when Friar Lawrence was every time he was irresponsible, because he was sort of like Romeo's mentor, and because close to the end of the play, he gave Juliet the sleeping potion. Friar Lawrence did not know that the things that he did would make the end...

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