Romeo And Juliet Selfish Quotes Analysis

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This quote by Unknown states “When we make selfish decisions we destroy those left in the wake of our disaster.” In the tragic play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet’s selfish decision leave them and members in the play dead and others devastated. Romeo and Juliet caused their death by selfish decisions, rushing into serious situations, and their immaturity. The way they acted shows how they are most to blame for their own deaths. Romeo and Juliet caused their own death by their selfish decisions. In the play they know that their families are against one another and they would not approve of them getting married, but out of selfishness they do. In the play the quote from act 1, scene 5 ,Juliet states,”My only …show more content…

Throughout the whole entire play the immaturity levels in both of them really shows. For example in act 2 scene 3 of they play Romeo states, “O, let us hence. I stand on sudden haste.” Romeo says this when he is talking to Friar about getting married to Juliet, and how he wants to hurry up already and just get it over with. Friar then states, “Wisely and slow. They stumble that run fast.” indicating to Romeo that he should slow down and act wise instead of immature. This quote backs up my claim by Romeo being so immature and wanting to rush into getting married so early on in their relationship, and going behind their families …show more content…

A quote to back this up is in act 3, scene 1 Romeo states, “O, I am fortune's fool!” This quote was said by Romeo after he had killed Tybalt. If Romeo wasn’t immature and didn't kill Tybalt to get back at him for killing Mercutio, then he would not have gotten kicked out of Verona. I wouldn't have been so hard to communicate with Juliet if he didn't get kicked out, then he could have communicated with her and found out then that Juliet wasn't really dead. Romeo clearly doesn't think things through, which is another sign of

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