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Essay | Romeo's Death in "Romeo and Juliet"

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Romeo's Death in "Romeo and Juliet"

Summary: Analyzes the cause of Romeo's death in Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet".
"Romeo and Juliet" revolves around two lovers whose love is destined for tragedy. In the play "Romeo and Juliet", Act 2, Scene 3, Shakespeare demonstrates Romeo's impetuous and shallow nature, which leads to his tragic death. This can by shown in the passage of the Friar rebuking Romeo for his shallowness, and in the passage of the Friar ridiculing Romeo for his impulsive act of desiring to be wed to Juliet.

Romeo believes he is in love with Juliet, but in reality he is in love with her appearance. Romeo was in grave love with Rosaline, and then when she left, Romeo met Juliet and they fell in love at first sight. Romeo promptly fled to Friar Lawrence and implored to be wed to Juliet. The Friar was shocked at this sudden change of Romeo doting over Rosaline, to him yearning to be married to Juliet...

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