Who Is To Blame For The Death Of Romeo And Juliet

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The Death of Romeo and Juliet Were Romeo and Juliet really banned from loving each other? In the play Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare, the author talks about two teenagers, Romeo and Juliet, who fell in love, but were forbidden from being together because Romeo is a Montague and Juliet is a Capulet. Romeo and Juliet’s parents didn’t know they were in love and tried to force Juliet to marry a man named Paris. As the wedding day approached Juliet was found ‘dead’ in her bed when Romeo, who didn’t know she’s wasn’t really dead, killed himself. When Juliet arose, she found Romeo dead and killed herself. Clearly, Romeo and Juliet are to blame for their own deaths because they never got a disapproval from their parents, , and ultimately killed themselves. First, Romeo and Juliet are to blame because they never got a disapproval from their parents about seeing each other. They assumingly thought that because their parents had a hatred towards one another, they would forever ban them from being together. For example, when Tybalt, Juliet’s cousin, talks poorly about Romeo, Lord Capulet says: “Content thee, gentle coz, let him alone/‘A bears him like a portly gentleman,/And, to say truth, Verona brags of him/To be a virtuous and…show more content…
Meaning to leave Romeo alone because Verona speaks proudly of him and if Tybalt was wise, he wouldn’t insult Romeo in Capulet’s house. This quote is significant because Lord Capulet said nothing about Romeo that could possibly be taken as a disapproval of him. If anything, Capulet defended Romeo. Second, they are to blame for their own death because they moved too fast in their
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