Essay heading: The Role of the Friar in Romeo + Juliet
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June 30, 2009
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Without the Friar the two lovers would not have been married, which would have prevented both of these depressions and future problems to come.
The Friar is responsible for many problems which have a snowball effect after he assists Juliet with her "death" plan. When Romeo and Juliet are at their lowest point of depression, and Juliet is expected to marry Paris, she needs an escape plan...
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When Romeo and Juliet are at their lowest point of depression, and Juliet is expected to marry Paris, she needs an escape plan. Juliet pays a visit to the Friar, who devises a plan for Juliet to fake her death with a sleeping poison. When Juliet asks the Friar to help her break free from her wedding with Paris, he replies that:
"If, rather than to marry County Paris, Thou has the strength of will to slay thyself;
Then it is likely thou will undertake A thing like death to elude away this shame,
That cop'st with death himself to scrape from it; And, if thou darest, I'll give thee remedy...
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