Argumentative Essay On Romeo And Juliet

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Romeo and Juliet argumentative Essay Romeo takes on the tragic responsibility of the destruction between Romeo and Juliet. The poor decisions that Romeo makes is him going to the Capulet’s party. Romeo getting married to Juliet and Romeo killing Tybalt. Romeo makes poor decisions by not thinking through his actions, which leads him to be responsible for Juliet and his own death. Firstly, Romeo goes to the Capulet’s party, which is a choice he makes. Romeo finds out about a party when the Capulet servant does not know how to read the invite list. When he sees Romeo he asks him to read the names and Romeo sees his object of affection Rosaline. Romeo tells Benvolio and they go to the party: “Ill go along no such sight to be shown” (I.II.100). Romeo knows better then going to the party…show more content…
Later, Romeo hesitates again about the party but Mercutio convinces him once again. Mercutio and Romeo are ready for the party, they leave: “I fear, too early for my mind misgives some consequence, yet hanging in the starts shall bitterly begin his fearful date” (I.IV.106). This shows that Romeo does not know how to control himself by getting peer pressured again by Mercutio. Several time Romeo doubt his own feelings about not attending the party, but Romeo’s desires get the better of him by leading to his death. Further more, Romeo getting married to Juliet is another bad choice of his. Romeo is in Friar Laurence’s cell telling him that he is ready for marriage: “O, let us hence, I stand on sudden haste” (II.III.93). Romeo is acting too fast by marrying Juliet and he should think twice before he does. Further on, continues with the marriage plans without giving time to ensure. He talks to the nurse in the streets of Verona about marrying Juliet. Romeo decides to marry Juliet and tells her the details for the marriage later on that day: “Bid her devise, some means to come or shrift this afternoon and there she shall at
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