Who To Blame For The Tragedy Of Romeo And Juliet

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Is Romeo genuinely the one to blame for all the deaths that occur in Romeo and Juliet? Two teenagers (Romeo and Juliet), met at a party, and fell in love at first sight. They kissed and eventually married each other. People were killed and one of the teenagers (Romeo) was at fault for one of the deaths, and was supposed to be exiled. The other teenager (Juliet) took a potion to seemed dead for 42 hours, then was supposed to be saved by the other teenager, according to Friar’s “plan”. Along the way, many people died, including the two teenagers. In The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Friar is ultimately to blame for the deaths that occur in the play because he influences decisions that occur in the play. First, Romeo
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