The Apothecary In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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Shawn Mendes once said “I am permanant you can’t erase me.” This fits the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet perfectly because even though a bunch of people may have died we still use this story. In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Benvolio, The Nurse, and the Apothecary should all be punished for the tragedy. Benvolio should be punished. In the story him and Romeo are cousins and he makes him go to a party where he meets Juliet. “I’ll go along, no such sight to be shown, But to rejoice in splendour of mine own”(Romeo and Juliet 1.2.104). This shows that he should be punished because this is Romeo saying that he will only go because Rosaline will be there. If he would not of mentioned Rosaline going to the party Romeo would not of went. He should also be punished because he tells Romeo that he could meet someone else at the party. He tells Romeo that if he goes he could meet someone new and forget about Rosaline.This proves that he should be punished because if he would have just let Romeo cry by himself none of this would have ever happened. In Romeo and Juliet Benvolio should be punished. In addition to Benvolio the apothecary should also be punished for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. In Romeo and Juliet the apothecary sells Romeo the poison that kills…show more content…
The nurse pushes Juliet to marry Count Paris which makes her drink the potion. “Beshrew my heart in this second match, For it excels you first”(Romeo and Juliet 3.5.223-224). This is her telling Juliet to marry count Paris because Romeo is never coming back. In addition to her telling Juliet to marry Count Paris she let her marry Romeo. The nurse takes Juliet to the Friar and gets her married to Romeo. She should be punished for this because she new about the marriage and let it happen, which her parents would not approve of, and then pushed her to marry Count Paris. In Romeo and Juliet the nurse, the apothecary, and Benvolio should be
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