Have you ever wondered who killed Juliet, in the play Romeo and Juliet. Signs and evidence point to Romeo killing Juliet, even if he didn’t mean to. Romeo killed Juliet. Though some readers might believe that Romeo is innocent in the death of Juliet, it is clear that Romeo is responsible because, he killed himself and then she killed herself. Romeo moved from girl to girl. Also, she didn’t want to live without him. Those examples I listed, are three reasons why I believe that Romeo killed Juliet.
My first reason for believing that Romeo is responsible for Juliet's death is because, Juliet took Romeo’s dagger and stabbed herself. He made her so attached to him. Romeo sees Juliet “dead” and kills himself. For example, In 5.3, Juliet says yea, noise? Then I’ll be brief. O happy dagger! This is thy sheath; There rust, and let me die. Juliet took Romeo’s dagger and stabbed herself. He killed himself and then she killed herself. This evidence helps prove that Romeo is guilty …show more content…
He saw Juliet and liked her because she was prettier, He shouldn’t have liked her just because she was prettier. In the beginning of the play he had just broken up with Rosetta, he moved on so quickly. To put it bluntly he shouldn’t of liked someone just for their looks. He didn’t even know Juliet. Some may argue that friar Laurence killed Romeo but, he just did what they asked him to do. For example the marriage, they asked him to marry them and he did. People blame him but, all he did was try to make everyone happy. He could of told but, he was scared to. I disagree that friar laurence is guilty because it was Romeo’s idea in the first place.
To sum up, Romeo killed Juliet even if he didn’t mean to. He killed himself and she followed him. Juliet didn’t want to live without him. Romeo moved from girls so fast. Those are 3 reasons that Romeo is guilty for the death of himself and