Who Is To Blame For The Death Of Romeo And Juliet

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"We loved with a love that was more than love." Said by Edgar Allen Poe. The tragedy play of Romeo and Juliet was written by William Shakespeare. This play is about two people falling in love. Romeo and Juliet's family have a long time feud and can't be together. The two end up getting married secretly. Soon after Romeo kills Juliet's cousin and has to leave. Juliet comes up with a plan to fake her death so she can be with Romeo, but he believes she really dies and drinks poison. When Juliet wakes up to find Romeo is dead she stabs herself in the heart.The deaths of Romeo and Juliet ultimately was cause by the long-lasting family feud and lord capulet.

The long-lasting family feud is to blame for Romeo and Juliet's death. "It’s only your name that is my enemy. You are yourself, though—not a Montague." Said by
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"Romeo races off to Friar Lawrence, whom he knows well, finds him at the monastery just as dawn is breaking, and begs him to marry him and Juliet that very day. The good friar hesitates, but finally decides that joining the two families in marriage might end their feud." Said by the narrator. Friar Lawrence should've put their secret love to rest. When he married them he was making it seem like the whole deal was okay. Romeo and Juliet should've never been married. The Friar knew about Paris and Juliet getting married soon and should've never kept it a secret and encourage their love. Friar Lawrence also came up with the plan for Juliet to be with Romeo. With the Friars plan Juliet was made to be dead to her family so the she could sneak away and be with Romeo. When the Friar came up with this plan he should've went to Romeo to inform him on plan himself. If the plan wasn't made Romeo would've never thought Juliet was really dead and killed himself which wouldn't have made Juliet to actually kill herself. Ultimately each action throughout the play pushed towards the death of Romeo and

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