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Who, or what, is to blame for the deaths of the Romeo and Juliet in the play of the same title?

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Who, or what, is to blame for the deaths of the Romeo and Juliet in the play of the same title? There are many people in the play, Romeo and Juliet who could be blamed for the young couple's deaths fate and destiny also played their parts in the lives of Romeo and Juliet and circumstances they found themselves in. At the time Shakespeare wrote his plays, the Elizabethans believed that their destiny. Shakespeare puts elements of fate and destiny into this play. 'A pair of star-crossed lovers take their life' Shakespeare be gins the play with a prologue, in the form of a sonnet. These were usually poems written about love or the loss of love. The play is a tragic love story. From the beginning, the audience know that things will end in tragedy but they don't know how. 'The fearful passage of their death-marked love' The young couple come from families who have been arguing and fighting for years. The audience have to watch the story unfold and the actions of the characters, to find out who is involved and what they do to make it a tragic end. ...read more.

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She trusts her mother- figure to carry out her wishes. The nurse knows every thing about Juliet's love of Romeo. She also knows about the two families, fights. The two families are enemies with each other. If the Capulets knew about Juliet's love, they would probably send their daughter away. Romeo and Juliet's possible. It is the Nurse who brings Juliet news of her cousin, Tybalts death, at the hand of Romeo's where a bouts at Friar Lawrence's cell. Once more, she helps in bringing the two young lovers together before Romeo is banished to Mantua. Nurse is the messenger for Romeo and Juliet the nurse said Juliet wants to marry, Romeo so she went to Friar Laurence. Friar would marry them, and after they were married the Nurse got the rape ladder to help them be together and their wedding might. Up to this point in the play, the Nurse has said and done things that have pleased Juliet. However in Act 4 scenes 5, the Nurse advises Juliet on another course of auction. The Nurse gives Juliet advice JULIET YOU SHOULD MARRIED Paris because this is one who can care of your Juliet. ...read more.

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Juliet can also be blamed because she makes decisions. She chooses marry Romeo Even she knows Romeo's her family enemy. "O my only love sprung from my only hate" (ACT 1 SCENE 5) She also decided to takes sleeping drug from Friar Lawrence and to portend to be death. When she wakes up Romeo was death so she also killed herself. "O happy dagger this is thy sheath; there rust, and let me die" (ACT 5 SCENE 3) In conclusion, I think no one person was to blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet the character's I have written about all had apart to play in the choices they made. But fate/ destiny also had a role and certain things just happened without Romeo and Juliet being able to do anything about them. For e.g. Romeo didn't get Friar Lawrence litter haven looked all the characters. I blamed Tybalt the most because he was always wanted to fight and he hated Montague's even we find Tybalt from the beginning say what, drawn and take of peace? I hate the word, as I hate,, hell, all Montagues, and thee. This shows how mach hates families each other, I think this hate between the families Montagues and Capulets is mostly to blame. ?? ?? ?? ?? Romeo and Juliet coursework By Zabihullah Saeed ...read more.

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