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Essay | Romeo and Juliet, Who is to Blame for their Deaths?

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Romeo and Juliet, Who is to Blame for their Deaths?

Summary: Examines the play Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare. Discusses the characters Prince Escalus, the Capulets and Montagues, and Romeo and Juliet and debates to what extent they were responsible for the deaths which occurred in the story, whether intentionally or not.
It is common knowledge that Osama Bin Laden masterminded the tragedy which took place on September 11th. By plotting with his followers, he arranged to have two planes fly into some of America's landmarks, such as the World Trade Center in New York. The result was that thousands of innocent people were killed, as well as the hijackers of the planes themselves. This one person, along with the help of others, deliberately planned and succeeded in causing the death of many people. In William Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet, they did not work together, nor purposely try to get someone killed; nonetheless the ultimate outcome was the same: the demise of many people such as Romeo, Juliet, Tybalt, Mercutio, Lady Montague, among others. By trying to do good and help what they thought was a good cause, Prince Escalus, the...

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