Romeo And Juliet Fault

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It Was Three What if The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet wasn’t just one person 's fault, what if the causes of their death was because of the mistakes from the three main characters? The Tragedy of Romeo Juliet by William Shakespeare was a story of two lovers that end in tragedy and there was a lot of events that lead up to their tragedy, but who is too blame? The blame can’t be put on just one person and it can’t be on everyone so throughout the story there are three main problems caused by Romeo, Lord Capulet, and Friar Lawrence. Whose problems led to the death of Romeo and Juliet. Now the deaths of Romeo and Juliet were very iconic and defined the entire play, but the blame has to be put on Romeo, Lord Capulet and Friar Lawrence In the first…show more content…
He also is the one that gave juliet the option to fake her death causing everything to go ary. “These violent delights have violent ends/And in their triumph die, like fire and powder,/Which, as they kiss, consume.The sweetest Honey.”(2•6•9-11). The friar knows that the marriage will end in tragedy, but he marries them anyway, causing everything that happens later down the line to happen and leads to the death of these two young characters. The friar is a huge reason the whole set of problems happened, from marrying them, to setting up a weak plan and not having another incase the plan fails leading to the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. The deaths of Romeo and Juliet are the most iconic in the entire play, and the reasons these two lovers did kill themselves wasn’t just on one person. It was number of reasons, caused mostly by the three, Romeo, Lord Capulet, and the Friar Lawrence. Because of Romeo killing tybalt, Lord Capulet moving forward with the marriage, and the friar marrying the two even when he knows it will end in tragedy, it led to the deaths of the most beloved characters in the entire
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