William Shakespeare 's Romeo And Juliet Essay

1154 Words Jan 26th, 2015 5 Pages
In the play, “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare, the two main characters face a tragic death. Romeo and Juliet are the youngest in their family bloodlines, the Montague’s and the Capulet’s. These two families have been fighting and disagreeing for many years and can’t stand to be together. This creates a complication for the lovers, Romeo and Juliet, to be together. They are curious and impulsive at different extents for love-especially for each other. They do whatever it takes to be with each other, which is a cause of their deaths. As well as their parents and guardians who either want them to take risks, or keep them under their rules. Fate too, plays a part in the deaths, because every time, Romeo and Juliet try to be together, something is always stopping them. There are many characters in the play who contribute to the deaths of Romeo and Juliet, the star-crossed lovers. Romeo and Juliet are at fault of their own deaths for many reasons. One reason is that they are both young and want love, whether that is intimately, or with words and gestures. Psychologists have proven when you first see someone you are attracted to, it only takes ninety seconds to four minutes to decide if you really like them. This is just from physical attraction and body language. Romeo and Juliet experience this while at the Capulet ball. In which, Romeo was not supposed to attend because his family is enemies with the Capulet’s. The two see each other for the first time, which makes…

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