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True Causes of the Death of Romeo and Juliet

  • Date Submitted: 01/03/2011 11:52 AM
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“It’s all of your fault”

The tragic departure of the two star-crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet, was rather sad. The two lovers may have ended their own live, but there are many factors involved to why that happened. The tragic death of Romeo and Juliet was, in my opinion, mainly caused by Lord Capulet, Romeo and Juliet.

First, Lord Capulet is the most to blame because. First he arranged the marriage between Juliet and Paris. Which caused Juliet to have her death faked in the first place. The Lord is also known for not being a man of understanding. If he were understanding he could of saved a lot of trouble. Also his ruthlessness may have played another role in the death of Romeo and Juliet. If he was not so ruthless maybe the Capulet and Montague may have been allies . His ruthlessness made the nurse betray   Juliet . Lord Capulet may have been an impact of the event, but Romeo is as much of a blame too.

For Instance, Romeo is very immature for his age. He went through a lot of temper-tantrums, and he is too young to fully understand the genuine meaning of love. He does not listen to anyone but himself. And if he would of asked questions about Juliet’s death to Friar Lawrence, instead of jumping to conclusions, they both would have been alive. Also, his tremendous way of overacting had a great impact on a lot. In the result of Juliet faking her death he had already planned on eliminating himself from the world, instead of just take grief of what had happen. But Romeo is not all to blame himself, Juliet shares a part in the death’s of her and the beloved Romeo too.

Lastly, Juliet is the final person to take place of putting poison into the event. Immaturity, Being Emotional, and thinking for the moment brought Juliet’s lovely life to an end. Immaturity was the utmost problem with Juliet. She married someone she know less than a week. And being emotional also caused a disturbance in the chances of life for her. And so was thinking for the moment. When...


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