Essay: The Tragedy Of Romeo And Juliet

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In the Shakespearean story of The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, the two supposed “star crossed” lovers die from the result of rash and risky planning. There were many factors and decisions that affect the outcome of their deaths . However, the question that correlates with Romeo’s and Juliet’s deaths is what is the original reason that intervened in their relationship initially. In the prologue and incidents throughout the story, there is an explanation of the Montague and Capulet families having a mutiny which prevents Romeo and Juliet to be together. Because of the past situation of the families clashing, Romeo and Juliet need to act on an alternate plan to be together and avoid Juliet’s and Paris’ marriage. All of the events after the mutiny…show more content…
Even though, Romeo and Juliet can make their own decisions based on their situation, Juliet needs to undergo the Friar’s plan due to Mr. and Mrs. Capulet forcing Juliet to marry Paris. Since Juliet cannot be with Romeo due to the families’ stereotypical conflicts and the arranged marriage, she is desperate to find the solution to prevent the marriage and have Romeo retrieve her. As a result of all of the other controlling factors in their situation, Romeo and Juliet die from resorting to desperate measures and the inability to comprehend what are the correct decisions. Based on the overall plot of The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, the ones responsible for the events leading to Romeo’s and Juliet’s death can be traced back to the beginning of the explanation of Montague and Capulet families having a mutiny and the “star-crossed lovers” died from this reason. Hypothetically, if the two families are at the time holding peaceful affairs and means, all of the potential and presented characters’ deaths could have been prevented. Even though there were other obvious contributors to Romeo’s and Juliet’s death, the beginning and original cause of their deaths are the two clashing head families because they influence the future and negative events in the

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