Comparing Tybalt's Death Of Romeo And Juliet

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Tybalt’s short temper and anger against Romeo lead to the death of Mercutio, himself, and then later the suicide of Romeo which lead to Juliet 's suicide.

During a party hosted by the Capulets (Act 1 Scene 5) Tybalt spotted Romeo a Montague and told Lord Capulet “Uncle, this is a Montague, our foe; A villain, that is hither come in spite to scorn at our solemnity this night.”.

After a duel in the street’s Tybalt runs after he had accidentally killed Mercutio. Romeo one of Mercutio 's friends wants to avenge him so Tybalt accepts the battle and is just about to kill Romeo but instead Romeo jabbed his dagger into Tybalt 's chest and cries even tho Tybalt wouldn’t have cried for him.

This shows Tybalt sees Romeo as a villain, an enemy and
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