Whos To Blame For The Death In William Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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In the tragic play, Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare a story about a pair of star crossed lovers and their tragic ending. Romeo and Juliet meet at a ball, and fall in love. Afterwards they get married and that's where all the conflicts and tragedies begin. Everyone has different opinions on who's to blame for their death. Some blame the nurse because she was an ally of both Romeo and Juliet. Others blame Romeo and Juliet because Romeo made the first move on Juliet by kissing her in (1.5.95-110.). They then decide they were in love and got married this was an insight decision for both of them. They acted immature and didn't make a wise decision which resulted in their death. I say the one to blame of Romeo and Juliet’s death should be Friar Lawrence because he married them, he came up with plans that somehow wouldn't work out, and he made a lot of assumptions that aren't true and he was very secretive. In the first place I believe Friar Lawrence should be blamed for Romeo and Juliet’s death because he married them with only a few hours of knowing each other. This was a huge error because no one knew what he was doing and made things very secretly. He married them just because he wanted to end the feud(2.6.25-36.). He knew that the…show more content…
Those are the strongest points of evidence to why Friar Lawrence should have taken the blame for the death of Romeo and Juliet because they were all false. Everyone gets the image of friar for being the “holy person” (5.3.285.). He made a lot of false assumptions and wasn't honest. He could've gone to the families and told them about the marriage instead of assuming it would end the feud(2.3.85-94.). He was also very secretive for not telling anyone any of his plans or what he did to kids who were still under the responsibility of their parents. Their parents could've worked something out and everything would've been better, no matter their

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