Essay On Romeo And Juliet's Death

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Romeo and Juliet are teenagers around age 14. Because of their young age, they are not fully developed. Since their brains are not fully developed, they most likely fall into a clique rather than accepting each other and they have unhealthy relationships as most teenagers have. The main possible reasons behind Romeo and Juliet’s death is due to their not fully developed brain, unhealthy relationships and each family 's feuding cliques. As Romeo and Juliet are still teenagers, they have not fully developed, especially mentally. The prefrontal cortex, the brain’s “master planner” or “conductor of an orchestra”, enables communication amongst the brain regions. It is like blueprints, providing step by step procedures and it guides how we…show more content…
Romeo’s family isn 't really mentioned throughout the entire story, only in the beginning of Act I and the end of Act V. Montague practically only says something about how Romeo has locked himself up due to his heart being broken about Rosaline. He never really talks to Romeo about how it is just a silly crush. Beyond that, Romeo has 100% free will to do whatever he pleases, even kill Capulet’s nephew and getting banished from Verona where they live. Juliet’s parents start off the story as subtle and non hostile parents, but while progressing through the story, turn from 1-100 intensity almost immediately, when Juliet defies her father’s request to marry Paris. Juliet never told her father about marrying Romeo. Once Juliet refuses to marry Paris, Capulet says, “Hang thee, young baggage! Disobedient wretch!/ I tell thee what- get thee to church a Thursday / Or never after look me in the face. / Speak not, reply not, do not answer me! / My fingers itch. Wife, we scarce thought us blest / That God had lent us but this only child; / But now I see this one is one too much. / And that we have a curse in having her. / Out on her, hilding! (Shakespeare, Act III, Scene v)” Romeo and Juliet still stood head over heals in love with one
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