Essay Who Is Responsible For Romeo And Juliet's Death

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The question of who is most responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet is very complex and intricate, and many people made contributions to the star-crossed lovers’ demise, big and small. But the characters that were the biggest factors are the families, Romeo, and Juliet. First of all, the Capulet family was the first major cause of this deadly ending of Romeo and Juliet. To start things off, if they had not had a feud against the Montague family, the story of Romeo and Juliet wouldn’t be so intricate. One example of this is when Romeo felt he needed to marry Juliet because he knew he could never be with her because of their parent’s hatred for eachother. Second, when Lord Capulet told Juliet she was going to marry Paris no matter what. In Act 3 scene 4 Lord Capulet tells paris he will let him marry Juliet and this further complicates the story. Third, when Lord Capulet yells at Juliet for not wanting to marry Paris. This leads to Juliet going to Friar Lawrence for help. Finally, the Capulet family didn’t show Juliet they really cared about what she wanted, and that…show more content…
First, she refuses to marry Paris, if she had seen how good of a person Paris actually is instead of being ignorant, she wouldn’t had died so tragically. Second, Juliet also rushes their relationship. In act 2 scene 2, she proposes the idea of marriage to Romeo and she lets him carry it along further. The third reason Juliet caused the end is her dying love for Romeo. Juliet had only known Romeo for 3 days and she was so in love with him that she killed herself when she realized she couldn’t be with him. In conclusion, Romeo, Juliet, and the Montague family are some of the many major causes of the couple’s passing. Because the Montagues didn consider how Juliet felt, and because Romeo and Juliet made foolish decisions. So, Romeo and Juliet not only died at the end of the play, but were also broken hearted when they meant their
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