Romeo And Juliet Decision Analysis

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Romeo and Juliet were two young people who fell in love at first sight. This famous love story was written by William Shakespeare. There were many rash, rational, and irrational decisions made by the feuding families that ended in a downfall of Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet had a very passionate love for each other. They met at the Capulet’s party, where Romeo wanted to crash because he saw Rosaline’s name on the guest list. When Romeo and Juliet met, they immediately kissed rushing into things very quickly. Romeo’s rash decision-making causes him to feel in love with Juliet, not knowing she is a Capulet as well as the consequences it might cause him. Romeo later on climbs the walls of the Capulet’s, ending up under Juliet’s balcony, figuring out she is a Capulet. He is very desperate to see Juliet, but he also knows his risking his life. They immediately get married, with there parents not knowing. This is a very irrational decision wanting to get married with there families sworn enemies of …show more content…
Romeo and Juliet were two young lovers who ended in such a tragedy. They met at the Capulet’s party, not knowing they were sworn enemies of each other. Romeo kissed Juliet the first night they met which was a rash decision, not knowing they are enemies. They make an irrational decision wanting to get married right after they have met and not knowing who their families are. Juliet finds out later on that Romeo has killed Tybalt and that he is exiled from the town. She wants to see him before he is killed, making a rational decision to get potion from Friar Laurence. She isn’t sure if Friar is trying to kill her or if he is really trying to help her. Romeo poisons himself after he sees Juliet in the tomb. He thinks she’s really dead but she is just temporarily asleep. When Juliet awakes, she commits suicide because she discovers he is

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