Essay For Romeo And Juliet

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Romeo and Juliet Final Essay The tragedy Romeo and Juliet, written by William Shakespeare, is the story of a young man and woman with a fatal love. The two were from feuding households, but when Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet met, it was love at first sight. They desperately wanted to be together. The day after they met, Romeo and Juliet were secretly married. However, this would not be their happy ending. In a turn of events Romeo is then banished from Verona after he kills a kinsmen of the Capulet house. Juliet is then arranged to be married to the County Paris in only a few days. Juliet fakes her own death to prevent the wedding with the help of Friar Laurence. But when Romeo hears about Juliet’s “death” he kills himself, not wanting to live a life without his wife. When Juliet sees what her husband has done she does the same. There were many ways the death of the two lovers could have been prevented. In the end, many of the characters feel at least somewhat responsible for the death of their friends and children. Yet the person who should be held most accountable for this tragedy is Friar Laurence due to his poorly executed plans and his involvement in both of the lovers lives. Only hours after the death of Juliet’s cousin Tybalt, Romeo is sentenced to exile and her father arranges for her to be married to County Paris. Juliet, not wanting to be married to someone other than Romeo, seeks Friar Laurence for help. The Friar then conceives a plan that is very involved
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