Who To Blame For Death In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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Blame is to be defined in the dictionary as to feel or declare that someone or something is responsible for a fault or wrong. People resort to blame because it is a struggle that many people face to take fault for their own actions, so they blame things on other people or things to make them feel better about themselves. Blame is a factor in Romeo and Juliet because the tragic deaths of the two lovers were brought about by how the people around them acted and their circumstances, and there are many people/situations to blame for their deaths. The factors to blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet could be Friar Laurence and the feud between the Montague and Capulet family. Friar Laurence played an immense part in Romeo and Juliet together, which lead them to their death. Without him,…show more content…
If the Capulets and Montagues resolved their differences, both Romeo and Juliet would have lived to have a buoyant life. In the play, the two lovers were forbidden to see each other because of the brawl that banished Romeo from Verona which was led by both of them hustling which caused Romeo to fall to the ground. He then sees Tybalt advancing towards him and he stabs Tybalt causing Tybalt’s death. Although, it would not have happened if their families did not have hatred towards one another. The actions in the play cause a domino effect, and in other words, if one action did not happen, then Benvolio would not have had to break it up, bringing Tybalt into the mess. The fight that started in the beginning of the play was initiated with an ancient feud between the Montagues and Capulets. The circumstances of the family feud gave the effect that Romeo was banned from Verona, which caused significant problems for Romeo and Juliet and lead to one of the major reasons of why they killed themselves. In addition, Friar Laurence would not have had to create a plan to help them escape so that they could be
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