Examples Of Rashness In Romeo And Juliet

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In The Most Excellent and Lamentable Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Shakespeare suggests that people in love, such as Romeo, should not make rash decisions. Romeo’s major tragic flaw is his rashness toward certain aspects of life such as love and does not think of any consequences, because he shifts his attention from Rosaline to Juliet. His rashness blinds him from the truth and often cloud a person’s judgement, if he slowed down just for a minute and think about what can happen if he does this, he could have lived a longer life and furthermore, his rashness is ultimately the cause of his death, and other people’s death. If only he stopped and consider about the consequences like when he killed Paris or before he drank
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