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    In Romeo and Juliet, many characters tend to stand out to the ordinary eye. Tybalt is included upon this list of many. I believe Tybalt is indeed the most at fault for the story’s dreadful outcome. Tybalt picked far too many fights with the Montagues, he started a battle that unknowingly would change everything, and continuously tore family from family, and friend from friend. Tybalt picked an abundance of fights with the Montagues. He always starts, or partakes in a duel no matter the time, place, or consequence. Knowing all of this goes to show how Tybalt highly contributes into being one, if not the most at fault characters for the story’s unforgettable outcome. Later, a famous battle that kicks off everything. The battle in which Tybalt…

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    Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” is a tragic play set in Verona, Italy that follows the story of a large feud between two very powerful families. In Act 3 Scene 1, a fight, witnessed most prominently by Romeo, breaks out between Mercutio and Tybalt. All three characters, each affected by events in their personal lives, display both different behaviours and unique personality traits in this scene leading to an interesting, yet fatal, interaction between them. In this scene the two fighters…

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    Tybalt Dies Yesterday night, tragedy strikes as the Capulets and the Montagues shocked the citizens of Verona as their brawl, which was taken to the streets by the large fountain, left Tybalt Capulet with a terrible death and the exile of Romeo Montague. The residents were also devastated for the death of Mercutio Escalus, close friend to Romeo Montague and cousin to the Prince of Verona. Tybalt Capulet was found lying dead in the fountain with two bullet holes in the chest. By the…

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    Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Tybalt is most responsible for the tragic death of the two “star-crossed lovers,” Romeo and Juliet. These two lovers are born from two rival families the Capulets and the Montagues. This fictional tale sets off in Verona, Italy during the 1300’s. When mistakenly receiving word from a Capulet servant, Romeo and Benvolio who are both members of the Montague family, are made aware of a Capulet feast and decide to attend. At the feast, Romeo and Juliet meet…

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    In the play Romeo and Juliet, Tybalt and Mercutio have a duel, and Mercutio dies. We chose to reenact this scene because it causes a most of conflicts and it lets us see the different sides of the characters. Additionally, it separated Romeo and Juliet, leaving them heartbroken. We interpreted Romeo’s character as we did in our play because he is ecstatic that he just married Juliet, which also explains why he skips around the stage. It’s also the reason why Romeo tries to make peace with…

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    After reading Romeo and Juliet it is clear to see that Tybalt is the one to blame for Romeo and Juliet’s death due to these simple facts of he like to fight and he is a hot-head. In Romeo and Juliet the readers first meet Tybalt in the beginning when Benvolio is breaking up a fight between a couple servants Tybalt enters and said “Turn thee, Benvolio. Look upon thy death” (1.1.59-60) farthing the fight instead of help stopping the fight. As soon as the fight started the prince ended…

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    Mercutio v.s Tybalt Is it possible for characters to be alike and different at the same time? In William Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, Mercutio and Tybalt absolutely loathe each other. These two individuals have drastically hot tempers, extremely facetious attitudes and terrifically loyal mentalities. Even with their shared qualities, they have a few differences. The first difference between these characters would be how they display their traits; even though these traits are…

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    Mercutio says, “And but one word with one of us? Couple it with something. Make it a word and a blow” (3.1.16-17). Mercutio was saying to Tybalt that if he wants to talk they can talk, but he also wants to fight him. Mercutio saying that to Tybalt makes Tybalt realize that if he needs to fight he will fight back which he does do. Mercutio also says, “O calm dishonourable, vile submissions! Alla stoccata carries it away. (draws sword) Tybalt, you ratcatcher, will you walk?”, in Act 3, scene 1,…

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    Tybalt: A Short Story

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    When Tybalt made it back to his home he almost instantly began to work on the potion, it needed twenty-four hours to brew, and Tybalt only had two days left until the match. In the meantime, he began to work on his armor, he went to down and bought a jousting stick, he was almost ready. Time began to go into double time. It was like in a blink of the eye and it was the day of the match. Tybalt stood in front of the stadium, painted in white and gold, the crowds noise blaring out into the…

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    word, as I hate hell, all montagues, and thee.” tybalt in line 21. Romeo and Juliet is a tragic love story of two houses feuding and the lovers getting caught up in it. William shakespeare wrote this story, originally as a play, William is considered one of the all time greats in literature. Tybalt developed a lot over the play, and his biggest trait that grew was his violent intentions. Tybalt is characterized by his words, actions, and through other character interaction. Tybalt is…

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