Romeo’s and Juliet’s Death
Even though Romeo and Juliet met each other, Romeo and Juliet were destined to die. Romeo and Juliet’s youth and inexperience were a cause of this tragic death. The adult interference was another reason why Romeo and Juliet had died. Romeo and Juliet being star crossed lovers was their fate that led to their death. Romeo’s and Juliet’s deaths were caused by their youth and inexperience, adult interference, and fate. Romeo’s and Juliet’s youth and inexperience were one of the reasons why they married each other and why they are dead. Romeos kills Tybalt which caused chaos in the House of Capulet and Romeo’s banishment. Romeo and Juliet are married right away. Two days after they met each other at the party. Their relationship went really fast and they did not tell anyone about the marriage. Another reason why Romeo’s and Juliet’s youth and inexperience effected them was how Mercutio dies because Tybalt first kills Mercutio and then Romeo does not really want to kill his own cousin Tybalt. Youths and inexpediences can lead to disasters and may often kill others. The adult interference played a huge role on Romeo and Juliet’s death because Romeo wasn’t the drug from the apothecary. The apothecary couldn’t give any1 the drug because he doesn’t wasn’t two die because he was giving someone a drug that could kill him right away. Capulet forces Juliet to marry Paris because Capulet doesn’t know Juliet married Romeo and if Juliet doesn’t listen she wouldn’t be able to come and live in the Capulet house. Friar was the other adult that interfered with Romeo and Juliet death because Friar didn’t say anything to Paris and to the house of Montagues and the house of Capulets about the marriage of Romeo and Juliet. Having adults interfere with others life can lead to death and bad decisions. Romeo and Juliet’s fate was their third reason why they had died. They are both star crossed lover which is loving each other from a different family. Both...
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