Lady Capulet Is To Blame In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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I blame the Lords and Ladies Montague and Capulet for the events that occur in “Romeo and Juliet” because they hold grudges against each other and they won’t forgive each other, even after members of their families die.After Tybalt dies, Lady Capulet tells the Prince, “Tybalt, my cousin! O my brothers child! O Prince! O cousin! Husband! Oh, the blood is spilled of my dear kinsman! Prince, as thou art true, for blood of ours, shed blood of Montague.” What Lady Capulet is saying, is that because Tybalt has been killed by a Montague, a Montague should die as well.It is understandable that it could be very hard to forgive someone if they just killed your relative but that doesn’t mean you don’t ever forgive them. You forgive and forget. They could have forgiven each other long ago but they still haven’t. …show more content…

Lord Capulet tells Juliet that she is “A spoiled little girl” and he tells her “You disgust me you little bug” and then he calls her a “worthless girl! You pale face!”. Lady Capulet obviously doesn’t spend much time with Juliet because Nurse is always taking care of her and Lord and Lady Montague are obviously not very caring about their son if they let him sneak around late at night.If Lord Capulet had spent more time with Juliet, he might come to realize she is not very worthless or stupid as he thinks. Lord and Lady Montague don’t spend time with their son if they let him sneak through ladies’ windows. They would watch him so he couldn’t sneak out of the house at sundown.Therefore, the Lords and Ladies Capulet and Montague don’t understand love if they don’t love their own children. It’s hard to understand love if you don’t have

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