How Did Romeo And Juliet Make Decisions

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Responsibility for Choice
Mikahla Rohl

Everyone has a choice, and every choice has positive or negative consequences, some decisions seem harmful and others seem insignificant, but they all affect us. In the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, the characters make decisions that result with death. The choices made throughout this play all add up to create the scenarios in which these characters died. There are numerous people and events that caused death to swarm the play. A few of these are Romeo and Juliet themselves, Friar Laurence, and the Feud.

Romeo and Juliet are the main prospects when it comes down to assigning responsibility for their deaths, after all, it was their decision to kill themselves. First of all, Romeo and Juliet knew each other for less than twenty-four hours before they were
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In short, the Feud is the reason that Tybalt was upset by Romeo’s appearance at the Capulet party. As well, it is the reason Romeo and Juliet had to run off and get married in secret. The Feud is what put all of the death in motion starting with the fight is scene 1 of act 1. The Feud was an important factor that everyone had while making their choices and decisions; therefore, it is responsible for the death and destruction in this play.

All decisions have either good or bad consequences, some decisions seem harmless and have a huge impact while others can seem like the end of the world yet amount to nothing. In the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, the characters made decisions that got people killed, but they also made decisions that made them happy. Romeo and Juliet, Friar Laurence and the feud, all contributed to everyone who died and all their action created a situation that led to the death of many people. In closing, choices have effects on our lives everyday, but it is not letting them get us down that will keep us
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