Redemption Of Feud's Faults In Romeo And Juliet

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Redemption of Feud’s Faults
What was the true fault that Romeo and his fair maiden Juliet was dead? It was truly the cause of the feud between the Capulet family and the Montague family that drove these two star crossed lovers to their obliteration. If the feud between the two families never happened, and they were like any normal peace-loving families, then there would have been no need for Romeo and Juliet to hide their love for one another, and then Friar Lawerence wouldn’t have ever needed to come up with a plan to help the two star crossed lovers escape the star's clutches and live happily ever after. If Lord Capulet and Lord Montague would’ve resolved their differences, there wouldn’t be any need for a feud, bloodshed, and death. Although, tragedies are fun… If the feud was non-existent, then Tybalt would have had no reason to be mad at Romeo, therefore, he would have never threatened to kill him, Mercutio wouldn’t have fought him, and both of the males would still be alive and breathing. If there was no feud, then Lord Capulet wouldn’t have any unwell ties with the Prince, therefore,
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In truth, the feud is the one thing that started it all. The drama, the romance, the bloodshed, the tears. In reality, the feud is the cause of it all. If not for the feud, then Romeo and Juliet wouldn’t have ever had to hide their forbidden, star-crossed love. Tybalt wouldn’t have been as angry when he caught Romeo making eyes at Juliet, therefore, he would have never threatened to kill Romeo. Mercutio wouldn’t have ever overheard and both him and Tybalt would still be alive. If not for the feud, then all, expect maybe Paris would be alive, well and happy, just the way a happy story should end. Only, this isn’t a happy story. This is a tragedy. One of the saddest tragedies to ever be told, of the fair Romeo and beautiful Juliet. The feud started the war, and is exactly what ended
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