Tybalt Responsible For The Downfall Of Romeo And Juliet

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Tragedy is a typical human failing experienced by noble persons containing qualities such as pride or emotion. Tragedy occurs when someone loses something and has grief about it as an after affect. In ancient Greece two star crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet, set forth a prime example of how the rules and regulations forbidding love, instituted by the Capulets and Montagues, only make the heart grow fonder. This eventually leads to an epic downfall. Many different factors played a role on who to blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet like human reason, social forces, and free will. Tybalt played a leading role in the lovers tragic ending due to his hot temper, poor judgment, and history with the Capulets and Montagues. Although Shakespeare …show more content…

Therefore, you cannot put the whole blame on Tybalt because he is not the one that started the feud and if there was not feud then there would be no problem. This grudge between the Capulets and Montagues was buried for a long time, but this generation has brought back the hatred and fighting. Romeo and Juliet throughout the play has certain people pressuring them to do things they might not want to do, in other words, they are losing their free will and other people are starting to make decisions for them. The Montagues and Capulets hate each other with a passion and here is a quote to support that, Tybalt says- “Peace? Peace. I hate the words, as a hate all Montagues and thee.” Tybalt is just talking about peace and he has the bring up the fact that peace makes him think about how much he hates all Montagues. This explains itself how Tybalt thinks of Romeo as unnecessary and wants to kill him out of instinct through this feud. These little issues seem like nothing to use but as the play goes on all of these little issues just build up and cause bigger problems. If there was no feud between these two families, Romeo and Tybalt would get along without any pressing circumstances. The love between these two star-crossed lovers cannot be broken. The only thing in the way of their perfect ending is the secrecy they must

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