Consequences In The Tragedy Of Romeo And Juliet

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Consequences are a big part of the world we live in today. The laws that have been created show that you can’t get away with anything that is harmful to the community. A prime example of this would be the case of and his consequences he received for his actions These also apply to the Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. The choices they made while trying to be together created consequences and eventually destroyed their love and their lives. A prime example of this would be Ted Bundy.
Ted Bundy was a serial killer, rapist and necrophile that roamed in the late 1970’s and confessed to at least 30 killings. He specifically targeted women and would take them to his house and kill them, dismember them, and rape them. In 1975, he was arrested and multiple pieces of evidence were found, eventually leading to his sentence and was sent to prison for the first time. Three years later, he escaped and was free until he was found again in Florida. In 1989, he confessed to 30 murders and was given the death sentence 3 times. On Jan 24, Ted Bundy died in the electric chair.
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The first one is when Romeo killed Tybalt and the Prince banished him from Verona; banishment being the consequence. The second is when Tybalt killed Mercutio and Romeo killed him; death being the consequence. The third was Romeo and Juliets’ undying love that gave them the consequence of death.
Both Ted Bundy and the people mentioned in Romeo and Juliet had similar fates. They all eventually died because they did something that hurt the community and other

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