Essay Who Is To Blame For The Death Of Romeo And Juliet

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Lover’s demise Romeo and Juliet are the picture of true love. They went to far extents to profess their love including killing themselves. They fall in love at first sight and get married within a week. Because of the hasty marriage things take a wrong turn and they both die. But who's exactly to blame for the lovers death? Almost all the characters played a role. So in turn, many people are in the fault for Romeo’s and Juliet’s demise. Romeo and Juliet have much blame on themselves. Romeo had previously liked another girl he saw and then all of a sudden he was deeply in love with Juliet. It took them They both knew that they came from rival families but they still did not care and got the idea to get married. Romeo and Juliet were responsible for their own deaths as evidenced by Romeo’s and Juliet’s choice to act upon their love for each other too quickly, their decision to hide their affections for each other from their family, and taking their own lives on their on their own free will. They did not think out the situation correctly and make rational decisions.…show more content…
He was the one that placed the idea of using poison in Romeo's head and he was the one that helped Juliet plan her fake death.Though he had the best intentions of helping the two, and solving the family feud between the Capulets and the Montagues, he played a huge roll in their deaths. In addition, he is the one that told juliet to take the potion so that she would fall a sleep, and because of that, thought that she was dead so Romeo had killed himself and when Juliet found out, she killed herself. Friar Lawrence had also taken up a big role on Romeo and Juliet's secret marriage, which was the wrong thing to
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