Selfish Decisions In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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Humans, as a species in general, tend to blame people for their own wrong doings. For example, when a lamp breaks, they blame the cat, or their younger sister, even though the cat had nothing to do with it. It goes the same for Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet’s death is caused by flaw because they were not communicative, made selfish decisions and only thought about themselves, and did not think before they acted and made hasty, rash decisions. First, Romeo and Juliet were not communicative. They did not explain their feelings and did not talk to their parents or friends about anything that is going on in their lives. Thus, their ending is tragic. One specific example of Juliet not being communicative is when she is mourning over Romeo’s
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