He ends it but commits a bigger crime when he falls in love with Juliet, a real daughter of the Capulet.
His readiness to break the rules and attend the ball at the Capulet portrays his quest for independence. However, he attends the ball and comes to the balcony of Juliet after her beauty attracts him.
Even though Juliet is well aware of her family’s hatred of the Montague, she falls in love with Romeo and goes ahead to organize for a marriage with him the next day.
In the “balcony scene”, Juliet tells the following lines “O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?
Whenever it seemed like too steep a climb, I reminded myself that Prince did it, so I had to also.
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Deny thy father and refuse thy name, Or if thou will not, be but sworn my love, And I will no longer be a Capulet” (Act 2, Scene 1, Lines 74-78).
These lines reveal Juliet’s willingness to deny her own family name just to marry Romeo.
Juliet meets her death when she takes a drug that would help her run away from marrying Paris.
When she feigns death, Romeo thinks that she is indeed dead. Upon realizing that Romeo is dead, she stabs herself and genuinely dies.