Violence here also acts as the force towards the deaths Of Romeo and Juliet. The lives of Romeo and Juliet were ended in a most violent way. This is the climax of the whole play, and also a climax in the violence involved. Romeo had come back from Mantra and was approaching Gullet’s grave.
In the world of Romeo and Juliet, love is not pretty or idealized—it is chaotic and dangerous. Throughout the play, love is connected through word and action with violence, and Romeo and Juliet ’s deepest mutual expression of love occurs when the “star-crossed lovers take their life.” By connecting love with pain and ultimately with.