Romeo and Juliet Whose to Blame for Their Death

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Romeo and Juliet
Who’s to Blame for their Death?
I believe the blame for Romeo and Juliet’s death belongs to both, those who supported them as well as those that did not. Blame lie especially with Lord Capulet, Friar Lawrence, and the Nurse. Juliet’s father played an important role in the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. As the father of Juliet, Capulet is meant to protect his daughter Juliet. Instead, he disregards Juliet feelings puts her down. Lord Capulet acted harsh when Juliet expressed her opinion over Paris. Both of Juliet’s parents deserted her in a challenging situation. Friar Lawrence tried to bring an end to the grudge between the two families by helping Romeo and Juliet get married.   His advice to Juliet to deceive her parents and the solution he provided her against the wedding with Paris leads situations that are out of control. Friar also arriving late to the graveyard leads to both Romeo and Juliet’s death. The Nurse has been the main caregiver for Juliet. This relationship allows Juliet to expresses things that girls usually keep secret. She helps Juliet to be with Romeo then suddenly changes her mind. Therefore the Nurse turning her back on Juliet was very devastating pushing her towards death. Lord Capulet played a major part in the death of his own daughter, Juliet. Capulet’s decision to make Juliet marry Paris made everything worse because she did not love him. Capulet kept her from Romeo, who she did love, and ultimately caused her death. “Go ask his name. --If he be married. My grave is like to be my wedding bed.” [Act 5 Scene1] Juliet wanted Romeo and would rather be dead than be without him. Her father was contributing to her death, because she could not have the only person she loved, Romeo. “And with this knife I’ll help it presently. God joind my heart and Romeos, thou our hands -- and ere this hand, by thee to Romeo seald, Shall be the label to another deed.[Act 6 Scene 4] Separating her from someone that she truly loved...
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