Deplorable Choices In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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Deplorable conditions and choices can cause a tragic outcome, yelling in cry for help. In an Aesop’s fable, the boy who cried wolf suffered a traumatic loss, his flock, after losing the village’s trust. The boy’s actions lead to an unfortunate consequence that was impacted by his false alarm actions. In Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare, two lovers are separated by feuding families which causes them to take their lives. The deaths Romeo and Juliet fall ultimately upon Friar Lawrence's unthought out plan, Capulet’s forceful parenting style, and Juliet’s decision making.
Friar Lawrence, the plan maker, is responsible for the calamitous events and fails to be pessimistic about every prospect of the plan. For instance, he hosts a
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For instance, she chose fall in love with Romeo, even though her mother insisted only to look at Paris. Juliet was a little defiant in the beginning to the end where her death occurs. She wanted some drama and adventure in this world of war, instead of being cooped up in the house. Juliet liberates her soul by making the choice to fall for charming Romeo. Furthermore, she wrongly placed her trust in the wrong people, Friar Lawrence and the Nurse. Her death was a cry for help because she felt lonely, abandoned, and depressed. Her actions were mainly based upon distress of love. Those two people were never there for her and Juliet takes responsibility for her decisions thereafter.
Friar Lawrence, Capulet, and Juliet have made unwise choices and behaviors, leaving them at fault for the losses of the houses, Capulet and Montague. The main culprits never intended the results of their actions, but they were all punished in the becoming death zone. This unfortunate event caused by a dying love in this hopeless world full of hatred turns into a penalty for the terrors of two beloved children’s households. The extremities of the family feuds are tied by the impetuous, forced, and rash actions of Friar Lawrence, Capulet, and
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