Romeo and Juliet Essay | Capulet's Role in "Romeo and Juliet"

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Capulet's Role in "Romeo and Juliet"

Summary: In William Shakespeare's tragedy "Romeo and Juliet," Capulet, Juliet's own father, is the person primarily responsible for the star-crossed lovers' tragic end. He brought the death of Juliet by forcing her to marry Paris, separating her from Romeo, and rejecting Juliet's own decisions without consideration.
There are many reasons to the tragedy of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. However, the major person to the tragedy of these lovers was Capulet, Juliet's own father. He brought the death of Juliet by forcing her to marry Paris, separating her from Romeo, and rejecting Juliet's own decisions.

One reason Capulet made the situation worse was because he was making Juliet marry Paris, who she did not love and Capulet also separated her from Romeo, who she did love and it because he separated them that caused Juliet to die. Go ask his name. --If he be married. My grave is like to be my wedding bed. [Act 5 Scene1] Juliet wanted Romeo and would die if she could not have him. This contributed to her death because her life wasn't worth living if she could not have the only person she loved, and...

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