Decisions Made In Romeo And Juliet

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There is a cornucopia of heavily important and critical decisions made in this play but only some of them really made a huge impact. Which decision made was the most critical? In this play, Romeo and Juliet are lovers, but their families are enemies. Therefore, things can’t always go the way they want. They have troubles with being with each other and the feud between the families makes it hard.
In Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, the most critical decision that had been made was by Romeo, when he murdered Tybalt. Most of this play is based on the lives of Romeo and Juliet, their different families; Capulets and Montagues, And the things that occur in their lives. Since their families are enemies; they fight a bunch. But one day, Tybalt

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