Romeo and Juliet Essay | Romeo and Juliet: Who's to Blame For Their Death?

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Romeo and Juliet: Who's to Blame For Their Death?

Summary: The adult characters in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet are to blame for the death of the title characters. Lord and Lady Montague, Lord and Lady Capulet, and the Nurse are among those responsible.
Romeo and Juliet is a drama written by William Shakespeare. It takes place in a five-day span and at the end Romeo and Juliet die. Most of the responsibility for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet should be put upon the adults in this tragedy.

The adults in this heartbreak the adults include Load and Lady Montague, Lord and Lady Capulet, Nurse, and Friar Laurence, really should have the blame for the deaths of the two protagonists. Friar Laurence saying, "In one respect I'll thy assistant be; for this alliance may so happy prove to turn your households' rancor to pure love," him trying to be helpful turns into four deaths. Friar Laurence decided to marry Romeo and Juliet because he thought that a marriage between the two would bring the Capulets and Montagues together as one, and Verona would be...

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