Who Was Responsible For Romeo And Juliet's Death Essay

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Romeo and Juliet is a tragic play about two enemies kids fall in love. The two kids hid their love from them which lead the kids to their death. There events and characters that cause Romeo’s and Juliet’s death. I think Lord/ lady Capulet , the event when Tybalt wanted to fight Romeo, and also the event when Romeo went to the Capulet’s party were primarily responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet because they all could have been prevented.
Lord/Lady capulet is responsible for the death of Romeo and Juliet because they pressured their daughter Juliet just to get what they wanted for her. In Act 3 scene 4, Capulet says “ I think She’ll do whatever I say” . This statement shows us Lord Capulet think Juliet won’t say no about marrying Paris, it also shows that he think he can control Juliet’s life. Making him feel very confident to get the best for his daughter even though it means controlling her life. In Act 3 scene 5, Lord Capulet says “ I hear you say proud and I thank
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In act 1 scene 2, Peter says “please come and drink a cup of wine”. This shows us that if Peter didn’t invite Romeo and Benvolio, they won’t be at the party. Along with that in act 1 scene 2, Benvolio says “go there and compare her objectively to some other girls, i’ll show you”. This evidence tell us that if Benvolio didn’t persuade, Romeo probably wouldn’t go. This links back to my main point because Romeo was persuade to his death. Who was responsible for Romeo and Juliet’s death? Lord Capulet, Tybalt action, and just being invited to a party is responsible for this poor lover’s death. My main point of my argument is all of these action lead a death trap for these poor love birds. The play Romeo and Juliet taught us, not to hide anything even though whatever we are hiding will come out
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