Conflict And Conflicts In William Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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Although Romeo and Juliet is confusing to people being all about love, it is considered mostly a tragedy to romance. Romeo and Juliet is about two families (Montague and Capulet) who are long-time rivals and fight each other constantly in the city of Verona. In these two families the son of Montague, Romeo and the daughter of Capulet, Juliet fall in love at first sight despite their parents hating each other. They love each other so much that they get secretly married by Friar Lawrence. Many conflicts and problems start to appear as the Montague and Capulet rivalry rages and more death starts to occur with very close family members of each side with Romeo caught responsible. Romeo is banished leaving his new wife alone. After a planned marriage …show more content…
Their fighting constantly has caused many deaths between both families. Tybalt arrives to take revenge on Romeo for sneaking into a party led by his uncle. If Tybalt didn’t have to take his revenge on Romeo than both, himself and Mercutio could have been alive. Instead Tybalt decides to take a fight with Mercutio and stabs him, and then takes a fight and is killed by Romeo. Juliet wants to wait it out, so Friar Lawrence can explain why Romeo is innocent and should be let back in. However the Capulets force a marriage onto Juliet with Paris which is why Juliet takes a sleeping potion so she can be with Romeo resulting the events of both Romeo and herself dying. Since the Capulets forced this marriage onto Juliet it ruins Friars plan to let the two lovers be together and Romeo back in …show more content…
Romeo and Juliet the two lovers decide to kill themselves after they see each other dead. Romeo makes choices trying to break up a fight between Mercutio and Tybalt’s fight and Mercutio gets stabbed. Romeo also made the decision of going after Tybalt and killing him resulting banishment for killing his new wife’s cousin. Montague and Capulet big rivalry has caused many deaths for their constant fighting. Friar Lawrence wasn’t to blame for this tragedy because he just wanted to help and try to do what’s best for the two lovers. However his plan was the cause of three deaths through miscommunication between the love ones with Balthasar and John, the plan was not a success and Romeo and Juliet die at the end. The Nurse didn’t cause any actions resulting Tragedy but she was the only other one that knew about Romeo and Juliet. She also said to Juliet since Romeo is banished that it may be best for her to marry Paris which is sad as Juliet has no interest in anyone except Romeo. The Nurse and Friar Lawrence have the least role of tragedy and despite being the quiet and impulsive one; Romeo’s actions cause the most events of

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