Causes Of Tybalt's Death In Romeo And Juliet

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The person responsible of the six deaths Who would you select to be the most responsible for the six deaths? The majority of blame for the six deaths in Romeo and Juliet By William Shakespeare rest on Tybalt. There are many reasons why he should be held responsible because of his temper and having to much honor of family. The first piece of evidence for him to be held the most responsible is when they were in the Capulet’s party. When Tybalt was with Lord Capulet and saw Romeo at the party as well he wanted to kill him because he thought that just by him being there he was dishonoring his family. The Quote he said when he was he saw him was“This, by his voice, should be a Montague.- Fetch me my rapier, boy.— What, dares the slave come hither, covered with an antic face.”What this quote means is that Tybalt could not stand Romeo at his uncle’s party and that he was not going to let him make fun of his family so he told one…show more content…
So when the Prince also said “Where be these enemies?—Capulet! Montague! See what a scourge is laid upon your hate, That heaven finds means to kill your joys with love! And I, for winking at your discords, too Have lost a brace of kinsmen. All are punished.” (Act 5 scene 3 line 308.) This shows that the feud between the two families was just evil and not with it because not there son and daughter died because they new that they could not be together. This is clearly incorrect because Tybalt was the one wanting to look for Romeo to kill him for the feud. He didn't let in got when Romeo was a the Capulet party like Lord Capulet. Without a doubt, Tybalt is to blame for the six deaths of Romeo and Juliet.. Tybalt should be held responsible because for his audited and his anger that he could not control. It is clear that responsibility must be placed on
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