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Essay | The Death of Romeo and Juliet

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The Death of Romeo and Juliet

Summary: Examines the romantic tragedy, Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. Discusses who was responsible for the deaths of the lovestruck duo. Describes the events leading to their deaths.
Love can cause people to do things they might later regret. In the Play Romeo and Juliet, love caused young Romeo and Juliet to take their own lives. However, Romeo and Juliet were not completely responsible for their deaths. Time, fate, and an impulsive relationship added to the reason for their death. Romeo and Juliet had no real way of saving their lives; they did however end hundreds of years of hatred.

Romeo and Juliet had an impulsive relationship and it took some part in their death. When they first met at the Masque Ball, they were infatuated with each other at first sight: "O, she doth teach the torches to burn bright" (1.5.52). When Romeo and Juliet first discovered that they came from families that were feuding, they were already in love: "My lips, two blushing pilgrims ready stand to smooth that rough touch...

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