Tybalt's Fault In Romeo And Juliet

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In the US there were a total of 17,250 non-negligent manslaughter and murder cases reported in 2016. Out of all of these cases, Imagine how many of them could of had the killer wrongly persecuted and put to jail or even death. Nevertheless, In the case of Tybalt's death in Romeo and Juliet, the only person to blame for the Capulet is the murderer himself, the Montague son Romeo. Romeo gets in every opportunity to be at conflict with Tybalt like when he goes to the Capulet party uninvited, or when he doesn't try to explain himself or get away from their fight in the first place and when he marries his very cousin in Juliet. In William Shakespeare's, The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, it is Romeo's fault that Tybalt dies because Romeo attends the Capulet party, he stabs Tybalt, and he could have avoided the conflict between him and Tybalt to begin with.…show more content…
In the text, Tybalt says, ¨I will withdraw, but this intrusion shall now seeming sweet convert to bitter gall.¨ (1.5.90-91) This shows that if Romeo were to never go to the party, Tybalt would not have had any reason to be angry at Romeo and have the want to go after him. Tybalt goes after Romeo to begin with exclusively because of Romeo being a Montague at his family’s party and the bottled up anger causes him to lash out at Mercutio. Another reason is that if Romeo never goes to the Capulet party he would not meet Juliet which causes him to love Tybalt and be reluctant to fight him in the first place instead of attacking him later which could of changed if Tybalt would die in the fight. Therefore, attending the party uninvited makes Romeo a target for Tybalt's

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