Romeo and Juliet Essay | The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

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The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

Summary: Discusses the sad end of Romeo and Juliet in the William Shakespeare play. Explores which characters are ultimately responsible for the deaths of the lovestruck pair. Compares and contrasts the the younger generation and the elder generation in the play.
The deaths of Romeo and Juliet were in turn caused by many things, the younger generation and the elder generation contributed in a great deal of ways and each generation's influences could be seen to be as equally important as the other. Each person in their own generation could be seen to have been the cause, just as equally as another, because each event up to the deaths of Romeo and Juliet were all equally important. If one event had not happened then maybe another would not have, the whole play was full of "what ifs", "maybes" and "buts" yet it is up to the audience to come to their own decision whether the younger or elder generation were to blame.

One young man in "Romeo and Juliet" was Tybalt, he was a nephew of Lord Capulet and a cousin to Juliet. It was...

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