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Essay | Romeo and Juliet: Self Mutiny, or Murder?

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of Romeo and Juliet.
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Romeo and Juliet: Self Mutiny, or Murder?

Summary: Essay describes how three situations contributed to the death of Romeo and Juliet.
In the dramatic play, Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, three situations contributed to the death of Romeo and Juliet. The three main things that led to their death were Friar Laurence, Capulet, and Romeo and Juliet themselves. They all contributed to the decisions and actions of Romeo and Juliet. Because of the close family relation between Capulet and Juliet, he had great influence on her. Although only three incidents had a great influence on their death, everyone who interacted with Juliet had a small influence on her, and to the final demise of them both. If it had not been for the actions of the Friar, the words of Capulet, or the actions of Romeo and Juliet, then the couple would not have died.

Friar Laurence's discrete actions between him, and Romeo and Juliet, led to their final downfall. The Friar was...

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