Romeo And Juliet Case Study

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Romeo and Juliet, thee most classic tragic love story about two star crossed lovers. Romeo and Juliet was written in 1597 by none other then the famous William Shakespeare. It is a play about two young star crossed lovers who suffer the outcome of centuries of a family feud, that will destroy their sanity. When reading the play you may ask whos fault was it? Who holds all the responsibility for this classic tragedy. The most sensible answer is, Friar Laurence. He is the most to blame for the tragic events in Romeo and Juliet because he married the two lovers without thinking about the consequences it could bring, then he didn’t even tell the parents what he did until after the tragedy, and finally he was going to marry Juliet for the second time, if she didn’t take the poison.
Friar Laurence is the most to blame for the event that occur in a Romeo and Juliet because when the two young lovers seeked him out to be married, he agreed, he said, “come, young waverer, come go with me. In one respect I 'll thy assistant be; For this alliance may [be] so happy” (Shakespeare 2.3.) He is telling Romeo “I will”. I will marry you because this marriage could be happy, or as he didn’t say, it could turn into a tragedy. “These violent delights have violent ends And in their triumph die” (Shakespeare 2.6.) At first it seems like he is warning Romeo that this won 't turn out the way he wants it to. Friar Laurence is seen as this wise man, but how can he be so wise if he will not follow his
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