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Who Was Responsible for the Deaths of Romeo and Juliet?

Summary: Romeo and Juliet were pushed to their deaths by Tybalt, the Capulets, and Friar Lawrence in William Shakespeare's play. Tybalt created an atmosphere of hate by pursing the family feud. The Capulets' string of irrational decisions forced Juliet to make quick decisions without thinking. And Friar Lawrence, the worst of the bunch, acted selfishly and carelessly.
One of the most tragic plays ever written is Romeo and Juliet, by the Elizabethan playwright William Shakespeare. It dramatically tells the story of two teenagers from feuding families in the hostile city of Verona. They fell in love at first sight and immediately developed a deep, passionate love for each other. Unfortunately, there is no happy ending; Romeo and Juliet both wind up committing suicide. However, they were pushed to their unfortunate demise by other characters in the play. Romeo and Juliet were led to their untimely deaths by Tybalt, for creating a climate of violence and hate by pursing an ancient feud, the Capulets, for thinking irrationally, and Friar Lawrence, for making being selfish and careless.

Tybalt created a climate of aggression by unnecessarily pursuing the Capulet-Montague feud, which played a crucial part in Romeo and Juliet's deaths...

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