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Who Was Most Responsible for the Deaths of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Summary: This essay looks and analyses how different phycological and physical reasons why some people could be blamed for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet by william Shakespeare.

Who was most responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet

The tale of Romeo is one that has been told in many different forms, but the question that I am going to look at is one that is not often answered. Who was most responsible for their deaths? In this report I will look and analyse the different people who I think could be most blamed.

The Caplets and the Montague's where fighting for time before any recognition so no one really knew its true root. So why would two families of such high nobility carry on this hatred to each other.

It could be said that the Montages were less violence driven. And preferred language to get by. Romeo once said he had no passion for fighting. And lord Capulet stated, "Verona brags him to be...

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