Being Irresponsible In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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“It is not only for what we do that we are held responsible, but also for what we do not do.” ~ Moliere. The quote above will be used to help blame those for the death and shows how being irresponsible can have fatal consequences. William Shakespeare also known as the writer of the tragedy Romeo and Juliet, a beloved tail were to lovers cross-paths and anticipate that faith has brought them together has a not so satisfying ending. He and she have the dearest affection for each other and end up spilt apart Romeo hearing erroneous news of his significant others death brings him to commit such tragic actions and suicide is committed by both star crossed lovers. They both lay there side by side while Prince Escalus think who is to blame…show more content…
and Mrs. Capulet did to there little daughter in this huge world who was already so addled. Mrs. Capulet gave her daughter such delightful news of a marriage arranged by them Juliet is unhappy of this discussion and Lady Capulet takes it terribly and says very cruel things of and to her own daughter. “I would the fool were married to her grave” (Doc C, scene 5) “Fie, Fie! What are you mad”. “Talk not to me, for I 'll not speak a word, Do as tho wilt, for I have dine with thee.” This is a very uncannying way to act for a responsible parent, but a perfect description of a mother not being and giving her support to her daughter and being an irresponsible parent. Juliet 's father is not any better and threatens his own daughter for not appreciating what he had done for her even without hearing her reason for not being “proud” but “thankful” (Doc C, scene5). He says to her “Or I will drag thee on a hurdle thither. Out, you green sickness, carrion! Out, you baggage! You tallow face!” Which is such cruelty and foul language used to describe his daughter which is no act that should ever be inflicted upon one or else would cause such tragic and huge emotional state of depression this is clearly what had made Juliet seem so ill to life, she couldn 't handle the pressure they were forcing upon her making her question life pushing her to the edge. A great part of the blame should be inflicted upon these two irresponsible and cruel parents who had a big impact on the taking of her own

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