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Friar Lawrence Is To Blame For The Death Of Romeo And Juliet

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Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet is a play by William Shakespeare where two star crossed lovers died and there are many people who’s at fault for the death of the two lovers, but fate also portrayed a role in their deaths. Friar Lawrence, the Capulets and Montagues, the nurse, Romeo and Juliet also played a role in the deaths of the two lovers and could have prevented the deaths by not making foolish mistakes. Many people led to the death of Romeo and Juliet. Starting with Romeo and Juliet, both were unreasonable and didnt think about their actions. They rushed into what they thought was right and didn’t take time to think of the consequences. Romeo rushes into their relationship just as he rushes into the fight with Tybalt. Juliet on the other hand, always acted immature. …show more content…

They both believed that they couldn't be together because they were part of the feuding families, but they never tried to actually talk to their parents. Also, they both decided to end their lives. No one forced them to do it, but because of their irrational reasoning, they died. Friar Lawrence and the nurse are also at fault for the death of Romeo and Juliet. The nurse was like a mother to Juliet, she could’ve guided Juliet in the right direction, but instead, she encouraged and allowed Juliet to see Romeo and never told the parents about the marriage or the first time they met. The nurse also helps send messages between Romeo and Juliet concerning their marriage while she knew the Capulets wants Juliet to marry Paris. Friar Lawrence is also at fault, because he agreed to marry the two lovers without the consent of the parents.In the time period of the play, parents usually had a part in their kids marriage. The friar didnt think about the marriage, because if he did, he would’ve known that Juliet was supposed to marry Paris and that Romeo was in love with Rosaline a few hours before. He should’ve given them time t know each other and

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