In the beginning, the Friar thinks that "..alliance may so happy prove/ To turn your households' rancor to pure love." (II iv 91-92) This shows that the Friar has a slight hope of their marriage possibly working. However, as time moves on, the Friar lets on that he has regrets about the marriage.
The Friar feels that "too swift arrives as tardy as too slow." (II vi 15) In other words, the Friar means that he senses that this whole wedding is happening too fast and starts to have second thoughts.
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When Romeo and Juliet realize they can’t be together, and Juliet is expected to marry Paris, she needs an escape plan.
Juliet pays a visit to the Friar, who creates a plan for Juliet to fake her death with a sleeping potion.If the Friar had thought this important decision clearly through, he may have prevented many future tragedies.Therefore, the Friar knows all along that, "These violent delights have violent ends." (II vi 9) The Friar knew that this is an impossible situation, which if made possible by himself will without a doubt end up in tragedy in one way or another.Certainly, everybody knows that each text should include the introduction, the main part, and conclusion, but where is the place for the central idea?It should be given in a form of a thesis statement – one sentence at the very end of the first paragraph.He incessantly talks about queens, kings, paupers and those all people in between.Aside from these, Shakespeare also talks about jealousy, good and bad luck, love, ambition, success, incest, life and death, pain, ghosts, mistaken identity, laughter, family relationships and many more.Under these conditions, as the Friar predicts, Romeo sinks into a deep depression; as a result of the fact that he cannot see his wife.Similarly, Juliet becomes depressed and is grieving over the truth of her and Romeo's separation.Throughout time, there have been many tragedies cause by romance.For example, the play Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare, is known for its romantic tragedy between two star-crossed lovers.