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Romeo & Juliet - Who Was to Blame

Summary: This essay gives a brief background of William Shakespeare and gives a summary of the events in the play but most importantly provides my view on who was to blame for their tragic downfalls and deaths.
William Shakespeare was born and baptised on the 26/04/1564 in his hometown Stratford upon Avon but unfortunately he died at a young age in the year 1616 of the 23rd of April. He was educated at a local grammar school were he studied Latin authors, dramatics, grammar, rhetoric and logic. Between 1585 and 1592 Shakespeare's life is a mystery because there is nothing defiantly known about his career.

In the year 1592 everything picks up and William Shakespeare's reputation is slowly but surly growing in the field of play writing. From this year forward his reputation builds higher and higher becoming a well-known writer. One of his well-known and famous plays Romeo & Juliet was alleged, to have been written in the year 1595 but there is no substantial evidence to back up this date.

The play was written to be performed "Romeo & Juliet" which was a great hit as...

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