Romeo and Juliet Essay | Romeo & Juliet - Who Was Too Blame?

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Romeo & Juliet - Who Was Too Blame?

Summary: Essay discusses who was too blame for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet.
What caused the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet? Was it pre-destined fate for the feud to end or was it the ancient grudge held between the two families? This remains a mystery, for hundreds of years people have argued over the true cause of their deaths and why the feud was allowed to get so out of hand in the fair city of Verona. There are many causes for the deaths and tragedy of this play but it seems that the feud between the Capulets and the Montagues was enough to start and sustain this violent ordeal leading to four deaths and uproar throughout the city of Verona. In this essay I will discuss the real causes of the deaths of Romeo and Juliet and whether it was really all caused by fate.

The Feud

This tragedy began and was sustained by the...

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