Mercutio To Blame For The Deaths Of Romeo And Juliet

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Eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot One of the world's most iconic plays in history written by W. Shakespeare explains how two families that have feuded for many years have a tragic wake-up call when the last two leaves off the tree fall to die off. The heroic bravery of two individuals that give their best effort just to be together as one. This essay will announce a character in Romeo and Juliet, who cause the two lovers to come to an end. I will presentate to you what the character I chose did to cause a chain of bad endings. After thinking critically about who could have caused this chain reaction of tragedy, I came to a conclusion that Mercutio is the prime subject of this play. In the play it talks about…show more content…
Now having both Tybalt and Mercutio dead, a Capulet and Montague, both families start to see who they can blame for the deaths of their loved ones. After presenting what happened to the Prince what and who had caused this murderous act he results that since Tybalt killed Mercutio, and Romeo killed Tybalt for his doing that Romeo shall be banished, and never sent back for his return. The banishment of Romeo had made Romeo want to kill himself as he pleads “ Ha, banishment? Be merciful,say “death”; For exile hath more terror in his look, Much more than death. Do not say “banishment.”” His banishment caused Juliet to freak out about what she is going to do now that her loved one is now banished from the beds they sleep in. As Juliet is reacting to the news from her mother about the arranged marriage with Paris scheduled to hit that Thursday evening, she tells her father how she will go and confess her sins for her actions of Friar Lawrence. As she arrives at the church in the grief of her devious plan her train of happiness gets derailed as she sees Paris conversing with Friar Lawrence. Once sickened by Paris, she rushes into Friar’s office and tells him her plan that is for sure to work. After begging the priest for a just a sip of help Friar devises a plan to help both Romeo and Juliet with the situation they are in. Then
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