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Compare And Contrast Essay On Romeo And Juliet

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Romeo and Juliet’s families were fighting. There was three things and or people that got in the way of Romeo and Juliet. The two families named the Capulets and Montagues contributed. Mercutio taking Romeo to the Capulets party also contributed. The Friar and his three plans contributed to Romeo and Juliet’s passings too. The two families fighting, Mercutio taking Romeo to the party, and plus Friar Lawrence with his three plans contributed to the passing of Romeo and Juliet. The two families named the Capulets and Montagues caused Romeo and Juliet’s passings by constantly fighting. First, when the families are fighting they do not communicate to anyone that is connected to the opposite bloodline. So, that means Romeo and Juliet is not allowed to communicate and are not suppose to have a relationship. Secondly, Juliet’s family wants to shield her more than needed. For example, Juliet is not allowed to go anywhere without adult supervision. Thirdly, when Tybalt from the Capulet family kills Mercutio and that makes Romeo go after Tybalt. Then Romeo goes after Tybalt he kills him so this causes trouble between the families more. As you can see, the two families contributed to Romeo and Juliet’s deaths.…show more content…
First, when Mercutio took Romeo to the Capulet’s party. At the party Romeo and Juliet meets, but what Romeo does not know is that love at first sight will kill him. Secondly, if Mercutio did not start the fight Tybalt would not have died. When Romeo kills him he gets banished and is not as close to Juliet to know her plan. Thirdly, when Mercutio died he said “A plague o’ both your houses.” If Mercutio did not say that Romeo and Juliet could still be alive. To conclude, the main reasons Mercutio contributed to Romeo and Juliet’s passings is because, he took Romeo to the party, started the fight with Tybalt, and cursed both
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