Romeo And Juliet Doomed In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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Romeo and Juliet, two young teenagers fall in love which leads to a tragic turn… but who or what is to blame? In shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet, there are two feuding families that hate each other for a grudge that happened long ago in the land of Verona. Montague and Capulet- their hatred breaks any chance they have of peace which leads to constant war. Juliet, a capulet and Romeo, a montague fall in love but are doomed from the start, and the feud is to blame. If the feud had not taken place, the montagues and capulets cold have lived in peace and harmony. The feud causes conflict between the two families and leads to constant fighting between them and causes the death of loved ones. In the following quote, Mercutio died due to the fighting of montagues and capulets. “I am hurt. A plague on both your houses! I am sped.” (act III, scene I, Lines 94-95). In that quote, Tybalt killed Mercutio just because he hangs around romeo, his enemy. The feud causes mercutio's death-which then leads to romeo's banishment and later on death. Consequently, it causes romeos and juliets love to be doomed as well. Romeo and Juliet are forbidden to be together because of the feud their family puts them in. they are supposed to hate each other, due to the family’s hate for one another, but their…show more content…
The main reason romeo and juliet had such a bad love life, was because they were involved in the family feud. The family’s hate leads to romeo and juliet's tragic fate. In the following quote, the prince supports my statement, “capulet, montague see what scourge is laid upon your hate that heaven finds means to kill your joys with love.” ( act V scene III, lines 191-193). the prince then says that because capulet and montague have been in a feud for practically forever, it caused romeo and juliet’s, and other loved ones
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