Friar Lawrence never warned Friar John how essential it was that Romeo was to receive the letter, no matter what.
When Friar Lawrence sees John he asks how the delivery went and John says, "I could not send it." The Friar replied, "Unhappy fortune...
Her parents have Juliet’s best interests in mind, but they don’t know that would only make her more miserable.
All of this could have been avoided if Juliet had only told her parents she had married Romeo.
She’s almost fourteen, however, of marriage she still thinks, deep down hoping to meet his love, although so far this feeling has not visited her heart.
Parties and dancing is one of some entertainment studious young girl on the background of ordinary everyday life.
Romeo orders Benvolio to, "Beat down their weapons", then he demanded, "Hold Tybalt! " (page 121, lines 87 91) as he steps in front of them, which gives Tybalt a chance to stab Mercutio.
Mercutio has no idea why Romeo has done this so he makes a conclusion that Romeo is a traitor.
Therefore, they try to do what they think is best for their daughter by marrying her to Paris to take her troubled mind off her dead cousin. Juliet contemptuously responds, "He will not make me a joyful bride!
In this scene Lady Capulet informs Juliet about her father’s arrangement by asking her, "Weeping for your cousin’s death? " (page 161 165, lines 72,117-120, 122) and pleads with her mom not to make her wed Paris.