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    Romeo and Juliet: Who is Responsible? Everything happens for a reason, and sometimes that reason is because people let their emotions make their decisions for them. Pertaining to the deaths of Juliet and Romeo in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, the hate rooted within both families’ hearts led to decisions that were ultimately regretted in the end. Anthony Robbins, an american author, once said, “It’s in your moments of decision that your destiny is shaped.” The decisions made by everyone in the play led to the horrible tragedy of Juliet and Romeo’s deaths. However, the individuals who are the most responsible for the tragedy are Friar Lawrence, Romeo, and Capulet. The person who holds the most responsibility for the tragedy is Friar…

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    influencing us today. Romeo and Juliet, one of Shakespeare’s…

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    Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, and Amy Broadway’s article, “Adolescents Are Prone to Love Addiction.” Shakespeare’s characters, Romeo and Juliet, are from feuding families. The animosity between the Capulet and the Montague can be traced back to before either Romeo or Juliet was born. Nevertheless, they still meet, fall in “love”, and get married all in the span of a day. However, the harsh consequences of their rushed actions eventually catch up to them affecting not only them, but the people…

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    anyone else. Throughout Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare is able to create many different evident relationships with sheer indirect characterization. With his use of the Friar’s exclamatory remarks along with his contrasting of Romeo and the Friar’s personalities, Shakespeare is able to emphasize that the Friar is almost a fatherly figure to Romeo. Throughout the passage, the Friar has many exclamatory expressions which assist in conveying his authority over and his love for Romeo. In a mere…

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    "Romeo and Juliet are only children thus to blame for the events that unfolded. Discuss who or what was to blame for the tragedy in the play." Romeo and Juliet is a story of love, loss and tragedy. The actions of some of the characters, not just Romeo and Juliet, both directly and indirectly caused the tragedy in the story to occur. If we were to look at the play from Shakespeare 's time. One of the main reasons for the tragedy in the play would have been Romeo and Juliet both going against…

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    Romeo And Juliet Nurse

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    Lines 5-6). These famous chorus lines are from Shakespeare’s even more famous Romeo and Juliet. The two lovers being mentioned about are Romeo and Juliet. They die of a feud but not in an actual brawl. They die as a result of two people’s actions that turned detrimental and killed Romeo and Juliet. Those two people are the nurse and Friar Lawrence. Although the nurse’s and Friar Lawrence's actions are well intentioned, in the long run, they cause the great tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. While…

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    like a double edged sword. One side brings solace, while the other strikes you down. This idea is expressed in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. The basic premise of the story is how two families, Montagues and Capulets, have had a feud between them. The next kin of these families, falls in love and must find a way to continue their love. They seek out the help of Friar Lawrence, who devises a complex plan that is doomed to fail. They agree to the plan, however despite the alternatives that could…

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    Shakespeare uses some relationships between characters, such as the relationships that Lady Capulet and the Nurse share with Juliet, to give social commentary on the Elizabethan society. He also used relationships to highlight his key themes, such as the relationship between Romeo and Juliet proving that true love is uncontrollable. The relationship between Lady Capulet and Juliet is used to show how family members tended to be distant from each other. This is shown in the utterance “what say…

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    Romeo And Juliet Choices

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    to the young couples who seek to be with each other but their choices lead to the wrong path. In the play Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare two young adults fall in love but one factor that keep them separate is the feud between their families. In the short story “Pyramus and Thisbe” by Ovid. In Pyramus and Thisbe, they are forbidden marriage by their parents. Instead of obeying, they secretly meet up to be together. Personal choices have a greater impact that will lead the young star-crossed…

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    Romeo And Juliet Change

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    (Kenyon). In the play of Romeo and Juliet, the words and actions of every character have an impact or change to the plot of the play in even the slightest way. Romeo impacted the play the most because his actions influenced the plot of the play and his relationship with Juliet. To start off, when Romeo went to the party, he made the move with Juliet first, causing them to meet and "fall in love." The text reads, "Did my heart love till now? Forswear it, sight! /for I ne'er saw true beauty till…

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