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The Emotions and People That Killed Romeo and Juliet

Summary: In "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakespeare, a combination of the actions of certain characters and the couple's strong emotions triggered their suicides.
Romeo and Juliet `a pair of star cross'd lovers'. A story studied by many and yet understood by few. However it is evident that they both fall in love and die and certainly not of old age. The question is who drove Romeo and Juliet to kill themselves? Before coming to a conclusion we must first discover a little more about the very famous couple. We cannot mention these two without mentioning the Nurse, the Friar or Mercutio. The Nurse encouraged their relationship helping organize the wedding and keeping their relationship a secret. Some may argue that the friar drove the couple to kill themselves, although he may be partially responsible for the deaths. The Friar helped organize the wedding, hopping for some peace between their families; he also helped Juliet fake her death and failed to have the letter delivered...

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