Essay Comparing The Tragedy Of Romeo And Juliet

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In Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet there was a lot of fighting, deaths, and arguments. There wasn’t really any time in the story or the movie where Romeo and Juliet were ever really around each other enough to be lovers the way that they should because of being their families formal enemies; the Capulets and the Montague’s. Romeo and Juliet would do anything for each other to be together forever even if that meant they were forced to put their lives on the line. They loved each other very much and if something happened to one another they would do anything in their power to be there, but all they had to worry about were their families and friends. There are so many people in The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet to think…show more content…
Now I know that the guy that I am blaming was trying to help their love work out and try to find ways to keep Romeo and Juliet together the way that they wished, but since both of them went to this person, events have just went downward from the first time Romeo met eyes with the beautiful Juliet at the Capulets ball. This certain person isn’t a bad guy but I think he just lead the couple the wrong way than the right way they should have gone in the first place. Friar Laurence is the person I am blaming for the deaths. I am blaming Friar Laurence for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet because each time Romeo went to Friar he would give Romeo some advice and after maybe a day or two something bad would happen even if it were just the slightest argument of just a fight that didn’t end in something worse than that. Romeo and Juliet only wanted one thing and that was to fall in love and have a future together forever but in reality, they knew it would come down to something bad if their families found out that they were married to each other. At first in the story I thought that maybe Nurse would have been the cause of all the deaths because if I tried hard enough to think about all the things Nurse told Juliet about

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