Does Romeo and Juliet conclude with a happy ending?

There follows the happy ending. Juliet lies in her bedchamber. Romeo enters, dispatches the servant, and pulls back the cover, but he is unable, like Paris before him, to rouse Juliet; Romeo concludes that she has died and, grief-stricken, resolves to commit suicide.

Is Mercutio a Montague?

Mercutio is neither a Montague nor a Couplet. Because he is a friend of Romeo, he stands on Montague’s side. In fact, Mercutio simply appears in four scenes in Romeo and Juliet; in other words, he is not the main character in the play.

What is Mercutio’s full name?

Mercutio is a noble who talks in riddles and rhymes. Although he has no known last name, it is a fact that he is related to Count Paris and Prince Escalus; he is also a very close friend to Romeo Montague and Benvolio (who also has no known last name).

Is Paris Mercutio’s cousin?

Mercutio is the cousin of Prince Escalus and Count Paris, and is a close friend of Romeo and his cousin Benvolio. He supports and fights on the Montague side of the feud, and just like a Montague, hates the Capulet family. However, Romeo refuses to fight Tybalt, as Tybalt is Juliet’s cousin and therefore his kinsman.