Romeo And Juliet Argumentative Essay Argument
2nd Period Honors LA 9
“Thus with a kiss I die” ... “The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet” a drama written by William Shakespeare is about two feuding families and children from the two houses, the Capulets and Montagues that meet each other during a party and have love at first sight. Sadly, they are forbidden to see each other in public so they find other ways. Even though Romeo and Juliet committed suicide, their untimely deaths are ultimately caused by fate and character flaw.
Fate and character flaw are to blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. Some people may think that Lord Capulet and Tybalt is ultimately to blame for Romeo and Juliet's deaths. Lord Capulet brought Juliet to …show more content…
Yes, Lord Capulet threatens to disown Juliet, but Juliet is very unappreciative of what he has done for her and she has no idea of what he has been through on her behalf. This family separation and tragedy did not start because Lord Capulet is a bad and uncomprehending father but rather because he has been working without her knowledge and acts just like any other parent in the world. Wouldn’t you act more protective, if one of your family members was killed by your enemy? At the end Lord Capulet states “As rich shall Romeo’s by his lady’s lie- Poor sacrifices of our enmity” (303-304) this suggests that Capulet promises Romeo what Montague will do for Juliet. Critics have a valid point about Tybalt, however Tybalt just wants to defend his family’s reputation and his own. He could very well be a symbol of how strong and young the Capulets are. Tybalt could also be described as loyal to the Capulets and their household rules unlike Juliet. The long-lasting feud impacts Tybalt, because the hatred that he feels towards Romeo and the Montagues is natural and necessarily not his fault because it’s been going on so long it’s like a tradition and his decisions are influenced by other people. If