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Who Caused Romeo and Juliet to Kill Themselves?

Summary: The character of Tybalt greatly influenced the suicide of the title characters in William Shakespeare's classic play, "Romeo and Juliet."
In Romeo and Juliet there is a whole sequence of events that lead to Romeo and Juliet both committing suicide. Many people could have caused this sequence of events but none other than Tybalt had such a large influence. Throughout the whole play the Capulet's and the Montague's have a distinct hatred for each other. One person who really makes sure that he hates, and every one of his friends hates the Montague's, is Tybalt. At first in the play Tybalt plays no significant part until Romeo shows up at a Capulet's party and starts flirting with Juliet (Act II, Scene ii, line 25). Although Romeo is a Montague and Juliet is a Capulet they fall in love with each other. Tybalt gets extremely angry with Romeo and the Montague's in general when Romeo shows up at the party and starts to flirt...

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