Here, I will remain with worms that are thy chambermaids. O, here Will I set up my everlasting rest,” Romeo declared before he killed himself. (Shakespeare 5.3.106-110) He believed since the women he loved was dead, he wouldn't be able to live anymore. This validates the idea that when Romeo is in love with someone he acts impulsive and crazy. This supports the idea that Romeo is a tragic hero as defined by Aristotle. Romeo’s reversal of fortune brought about by his own errors in judgement augments the statement that he is a tragic hero. Romeo Montague was born to a family of nobility and wealth. He led a privileged life compared to others in those times. His luck increases when he meets Juliet and they fall in love, allowing them to marry.
“With love’s light wings did I o’erperch these walls,” was one statement in which Romeo expressed his bountiful love for Juliet. (Shakespeare 2.2.66) As the play progresses, his love takes a turn for the worse when he fights Tybalt, condemning him to a greater extent in the Capulet Family's eyes. Furthermore, this results in his banishment and prevents him from seeing