Essay about The Tragic Death of Romeo and Juliet

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The Tragic Death of Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet set in Verona Italy, is one of the many plays written by William Shakespeare and also one of the many tragedies. It was this tragedy that could only stop the feud between two warring families. Shakespeare makes it very simple that although this tale of two ‘star-crossed’ lovers is a tragedy. That they are in no way to blame for the fate that befalls them. Instead the blame has gone partly to their two families who have had an ancient feud between one another, if it was not for this Tybalt and Juliet would not of died and Romeo not exiled from Verona. Shakespeare added the two characters Friar Laurence and the nurse to mould the play together
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The nurse moves the play on in a very theatrical manner.

Friar Laurence is just like the nurse but he shows his love to Romeo, as friar Laurence is a priest he is very wise and generous. Rome and Juliet trust him completely, turning to him for advice and solution. Friar Laurence was always there for Romeo and Juliet but because of his little mistakes he changed the fortune of the lovers. Friar Laurence has made many mistakes one of them is that he had sent the message of his plan to Romeo too late therefore Romeo did not get it on time and did not know of friars plan friar Laurence should of though of this, way in advance and tried to send the message earlier. Another big mistake that friar Laurence had made was that at the end of the play when Juliet was awakening and Romeo had already killed himself he tried to take Juliet away which was good but when they were going out Juliet saw Romeo dead and Juliet stopped meanwhile the guard watcher were coming which made friar Laurence very uneasy and panicked so he ran off not thinking about what Juliet could do on her own and what she did could have been prevented if Friar Laurence had just

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