Tybalt Is To Blame In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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The word “Love” has multiple meanings to it. According to Dictionary.com the true meaning of love means a profundly tender, affection towards someone. In Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare this is what their love meant and they died because of it. Romeo and Juliet is a Love story based off young love and family feuds. In Romeo and Juliet they both feel like the only thing they need is each other and they won’t let anything break them apart. However during the play the family feud between the Capulets and montagues leads to Tybalt fighting Romeo for juliet and that's when tybalt is killed and romeo is banished. This leads to Romeo and Juliet being never to see each other again which makes them kill themselves. In essence Tybalt should…show more content…
Another person that should be blamed for it is capulet. Capulet deserves some of the blame because he was super controlling of Juliet. This is shown when Capulet makes Juliet marry Paris even though she refuses to marry Paris and that's when capulet said “To go with Paris to Saint Peters Church,Or I will drag thee on a hurdle thither.” (V,3,154-155) Although this shows that capulet should be blamed tybalt basically did the same thing. Tybalt did this when he said “Romeo, the hate I bear thee can…show more content…
However this isn’t the only thing tybalt has done. The first time tybalt met Romeo tybalt said this “ This, by his voice, should be a Montague Fetch me my rapier, boy. What dares the slave…” (I,5,676) This shows Tybalt Judging Romeo because he’s a Montague and not giving him a chance to show he's a good person. So now just imagine if Tybalt would have just gave romeo a chance would it have resulted in the deaths of Romeo and
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