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The love story of Romeo and Juliet ends very tragically, the two star-crossed lovers die as their parents have given them advi

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The love story of Romeo and Juliet ends very tragically, the two star-crossed lovers die as their parents have given them advise and saying they should never see each other. And I think that the person responsible for this is... The parents are most responsible for this incident, as they did not allow Romeo and Juliet be together which lead them to sneaking around and getting married without telling their family. ...read more.

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All they had to do was tell them that its not good to sneak around behind their parents back and told them that they should have explained how much in love they were with each other or even compromise with them. Thirdly I would like to place the blame on Romeo and Juliet as for they should have taken advice and thought it out properly and made sure that they had compromised with their family they. ...read more.

Conclusion

Juliet should marry the man her parents want her to; Romeo should've married Rosalyn. To sum it all up the person who is responsible for all the deaths that occurred in this tragic romantic story is Romeo and Juliet, as they should have known what is right as soon as the first death took place. ?? ?? ?? ?? Louie Barrett. ...read more.

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