Who's To Blame In Romeo And Juliet

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Who’s fault is it? Two young lovers who are passionate about one another “fall in love” & get married. This marriage is rushed for them to think it would solve their family differences. Romeo a Montague, and Juliet a Capulet, their last names have started feuds and rivalry for the longest going back to their ancestry. Their hasty desire of getting married and Romeo’s banishment from Verona proves that anything can withstand their love. As passionate as their love is their love ends in a tragedy with death coming to silence them and their love dying off. Who’s to blame for the two star-crossed lover deaths? To start off with one of the blames would go towards Mercutio and Tybalt. Both get into an argument which engages Tybalt to kill Mercutio. Romeo aggravated by his cousin’s death goes on and kills Tybalt. All this leading the prince to declare Romeo being banished from Verona. If it wasn’t for…show more content…
For instance, he united the two in matrimony knowing that their family wouldn’t approbate it. Friar Lawrence also is the one who comes up with the idea of the potion making everyone believe Juliet is dead which makes Romeo believe the same. When Romeo sees Juliet asleep he drinks poison which causes his death and once Juliet wakes up and sees him like that she stabs herself. Lastly, He knew about the plan all along and ran away like a coward when the prince was coming inside the temple instead of forbidding her from staying inside the temple in which her death could’ve never happened. To conclude, the two star-crossed lovers both ended their lives with their love dying with it still united in the afterlife. Many people are to blame for their deaths because many events could’ve been avoided. As passionate as their love was it ended up in a tragedy for the two of them. They still proved that anything could withstand their love and no matter what the differences they could defeat the obstacles to be
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