Who Was the Most Responsible for Romeo and Juliets Death

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WHO DO YOU THINK WAS THE MOST RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DEATHS OF ROMEO AND JULIET? Who is really to be blamed? There are so many suspects and discussion to who is to be blamed for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet but still no one can really choose, it could be Faith, The Nurse, The Prince Escalus, Mercutio, Lord and Lady Montague practically anyone who had a significant relationship in Romeo and Juliet’s life, but even so Romeo and Juliet could be blamed for their own death, who knows. Most of the events that happen in Romeo and Juliet lead up to the final conclusion of the couple dying. Many, if not all, of the characters plays an ultimate role in their tragic deaths. These are the suspects I definitely think are to be blamed for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. Tybalt from the Capulets had made one of the most dramatic effects upon Romeo and Juliet’s death. He had made himself this way because he was the one that caused Romeo’s banishment, if he would have just listened to his uncle lord Capulet and left Romeo alone, then Romeo wouldn’t be banished causing both Romeo and Juliet to suicide and also Mercutio and his self wouldn’t have died and just maybe the citizen of Verona would be intact and happy without any loved ones dead. He is the Father of the church, The High Priest of God but yet he was the many few who is another who made one of the dramatic effects upon Romeo and Juliet’s death. Friar Lawrence masterminded the sleeping potion plan. Even though he did not predict that it would go wrong, it did. Instead of siding with the parents of the two lovers, he went to great lengths to help out the pair and preserve their relationship, even after Romeo was banished. Some think that as an adult and member of the community, it was his responsibility to act as such and inform the parents about the relationship, and that being so his plan caused Romeo and Juliet‘s
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