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The Tragedy of the Delayed Message in Romeo and Juliet

Summary: This is an essay based on the "cause and effects" in 'Romeo and Juliet' by William Shakespeare. A look at the idea of "what if" these causes had been different.

The Tragedy of the Delayed Message in Romeo and Juliet

In Romeo and Juliet, there were many different situations that led to other unfavorable circumstances. These were the causes and effects of the play. One situation during the play, when Friar Lawrence gave Juliet the potion, caused many significant and negative consequences. This potion was the one reactant that caused a long line of results, in which Romeo and Juliet ultimately kill themselves. In total, this well intentioned plan had fatal outcomes.

First, the process started with Friar Lawrence giving Juliet a potion to fake her death so that she could run away with Romeo. While this idea was sincere, it relied on other people following through for it to work. The main person it relied on was Friar John, but Friar John could not follow through with his task...

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