Examples Of Impulsive In Romeo And Juliet

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Romeo in “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare decided to kill himself which was a bad choice because it led to Juliet killing herself. This is because Juliet woke up right after Romeo killed himself and then she killed herself. If Romeo would have waited then Juliet would have woken up and not killed herself. Romeo killing himself was a bad choice because it was an impulsive decision which led to Juliet killing herself. Romeo killed himself because he thought Juliet was dead and he acted impulsively. This is bad because Romeo has been shown to be impulsive such as when he killed Tybalt without thinking of the consequences. His impulsiveness caused him to not think before he killed himself. Romeo left Mantua to go to Juliet’s tomb to kill

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