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Essay | Romeo and Juliet's Deaths

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Romeo and Juliet's Deaths

Summary: Essay contains the characters that were the main causes of the deaths of Romeo and Juliet.
There are several characters responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet although some of them hold a greater amount of blame than the others do. The leading causers of the deaths of Romeo and Juliet are Friar Lawrence, The Montague and Capulet Families, Mercutio, Tybalt and finally Romeo's man Balthaser. Although each of these characters holds a different cause to Romeo and Juliet's deaths they are undoubtedly the main reasons for their end.

Friar Lawrence was the first of the several characters to have an influence in the death of the star-crossed lovers. He was the only one who wanted Romeo and Juliet to be together but even with that in mind he was still not successful as he made a minor mistake. That mistake led to crucial problems for Romeo and Juliet and led them to their deaths. When the Friar gave Juliet the...

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This section contains 921 words
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