How does Romeo Montague not/make it harder to achieve happiness?
How does Romeo Montague, from Romeo and Juliet, make it harder or simply not achieve happiness? Like without the help of others.
I need a few reasons and the only one I have so far is that he is easily manipulated by love. At the beginning of the book, he is in that rutt because he allowed love to put him there when he could have easily made love a happy thing. Y'know? Please help x3
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
well towards in the end when he goes into the cave alone and tells balathasar (sorry if i butchered his name) that if he doesnt stay outside keeping watch, then he will kill him. (thats when paris was in the tomb (juliet is currently in) and romeo dueled with paris, and killing him.)