Romeo And Tybalt's Downfall

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Shortly following Tybalt’s death in Act III, Scene II, the misinformed Juliet states in line 120 “ But with a rearward following Tybalt’s death, Romeo is banished… all dead… there is no end…” Juliet’s emotions cause her to imagine her world filled with death and the downfall from the conflict between Romeo and Tybalt is only beginning. Not only does this bring her vision of everyone facing an untimely end into the realm of possibility, it also reveals that this could occur at any moment, with the prince as the authoritative figure, he recognizes the ongoing feud and is taking action to try and end it. However, Juliet is unhappy with the Prince’s decision and her tone suggests that she might take drastic measures to be happy once again. In
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