Essay Who Is To Blame For The Deaths Of Romeo And Juliet

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“Do not swear by the moon, for she changes constantly. then your love would also change” ( ). Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare; one of the greatest love stories ever written. The play of Romeo and Juliet is thought of the be one of the greatest love stories ever written, and that they were destined to be together. Fate and long-standing family feud is to blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet and all who were caught in the mix. People might think that Romeo is to blame for falling in love with a to-be-married woman. Others might think everything started when Tybalt wanted to fight Romeo because he was a Montague, which would still lead back to Romeo being the source of the problem. Many people could blame Romeo for being a Montague and falling in love with a Capulet, when he was still hung up on another girl. Romeo and Juliet were caught up in a long-standing feud. A feud that could have been stopped a long time ago had their ancestors stopped it earlier; instead, members of both families had to die to prove a point. The point is that should not be judged by last names but by character. “These violent delights have violent ends and in their triump die, like fire and…show more content…
The Nurse should have said something to the family about Juliet being in love if she really cared about her. The Nurse always acted like she cared very much about Juliet, but if she had, she would have put a stop to her killing herself. The Friar married Romeo and Juliet and therefore should have told their parents about the marriage if he noticed they were having problems. The Friar was afraid of what the families might have done if they found out that he married them without their permission. Instead of thinking about others the Friar thought about himself. Thinking about yourself isn’t what you are suppose to do when you are a man of the Lord. If everything was handled in the proper manner things might have turned out differently. Unfortunately they didn’t and there were
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