Romeo And Juliet: A Tragic Love Story

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Romeo & Juliet Essay

Romeo and Juliet is a tragic love story. Why was it so tragic? What caused their doomed end? Romeo and Juliet a story by William Shakespeare. and It took the world by storm. Romeo from the Montague family, and Juliet from the Capulets. Both the Montagues and Capulets hated each other. The three characters who are the most memorable of the play are Romeo, Juliet, and Lord Capulet.

First of all Romeo is a memorable character. One reason is because he was Juliet's love. He wanted to marry her even if their families hated each other. Romeo caused the most amount of deaths in the story. Romeo kills Tybalt out of revenge for his friend. Romeo killing Tybalt made the Montagues look bad and caused him to get banished. Romeo's Mother out of Grief from her son being banished caused her to pass away. When Friar Laurence sent the letter and Romeo did not receive it. When Romeo went to Juliet's tomb. Paris was at the tomb and they fought. Tragically ending with Paris being killed by Romeo. Romeo went down to the tomb. Juliet was passed out and Romeo thought Juliet was dead. So he drank poison and died
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Romeo Montague Killed Himself, Juliet Capulet, Paris, his mother and Tybalt. He cause most of the deaths in the story because of his actions. In every senaryo he had a choice. He may have not picked the correct one. Juliet Capulet was the Main character with all the story revolving around her. She also had choices she had to choose. She was smart and tried to trick the rest of the families that she was dead. She was independent and took things in her own hand she drank the potion risking everything from Romeo. Lord Capulet made the events leading up to Romeo and Juliet's tragic end. People will always be confronted to make a choice and won't make the correct one every time. And choices affect everyone . to make a good choice being smart and patent would
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