Tybalt Responsible For Romeo And Juliet's Death

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Romeo and Juliet In the play “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare, Tybalt is responsible for most of the violence and death. This is mainly because of his rage about the family fued between the Montagues and the Capulets. He is a Capulet and he wants to fight or kill Montagues anytime he sees or hears one of them. Tybalt’s violence starts at a Capulet ball, continues when he kills someone and ends with him being responsible for the death of many people and the rest of the tragedies.

Tybalt recognizes Romeo Montague’s voice when he showed up uninvited to a Capulet masquerade ball. Tybalt was furious and wanted to kill Romeo but Tybalt’s uncle stopped him. At the ball, Romeo saw Juliet Capulet for the first time and they fell madly in love instantly before they even knew each other’s names or that they were from the different families. Tybalt still felt disrespected that Romeo and his friend had come to the ball and wasn’t going to let it go. Tybalt said, “... I will withdraw: but this intrusion shall now seeming sweet convert to bitter gall.” (1,5,714). This means Tybalt will not forget what Romeo and his friend did. …show more content…

Tybalt comes across Romeo and Mercutio and tries to pick a fight with Romeo. Mercurio steps in and fights in Romeo’s place and Tybalt kills Mercutio. Out of rage for Mercutio's death Romeo fights and kills Tybalt. Romeo is exiled from the country and his mother dies of grief because of it. Tybalt is responsible for killing Mercutio, driving Romeo to kill Tybalt, causing Romeo’s mother to die of grief and causing Romeo to be

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