Pardoned And Punished In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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Romeo and Juliet Pardoned/Punished. Some of the characters in Romeo and Juliet are not the smartest. The author of this novel is Shakespeare. This book is about a young couple who “fall in love” and then kill themselves. In Romeo and Juliet, Benvolio should be pardoned and Friar Lawrence and Lord Capulet should be punished.
Benvolio should be pardoned. In act 1 scene 1 Benvolio he tries to stop the servants from fighting. “Part fools”. He didn’t break any laws and he didn’t fight . Another reason why he should be pardoned. He tells everyone what happened during the fight. “Oh, Noble Prince, I can tell you all of the unfortunate events of this fatal brawl. He is telling the prince everything that had happened in the fight, so the prince can make his decision.
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He told Juliet she had to get married to Paris. “You must get married to paris”. He is forcefully telling his daughter she has to get married which is what causes all of the death. Another example is Lord Capulet should be punished because he tells Juliet if she doesn’t get married she will get kicked out. Lord Capulet Is telling Juliet that she has to get married to Paris or she will get kicked out and she will have to live on her own. He says he will kick her out. With him saying this it makes Juliet want to do anything to not get married to Paris so she drinks the potion. Strongly believe Lord Capulet should be punished. In Romeo and Juliet, Friar Lawrence and Lord Capulet should be punished, and Benvolio should be pardoned. Friar Lawrence and lord Capulet both do stuff that is illegal and stuff that they should not be doing. Benvolio doesn’t do anything wrong and all he does is good. Romeo and Juliet are two young people who are dumb because they think they fell in love after less than a day of knowing each other. The characters in this story are dumb because they try and get married after one
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