The Blame Game
The love of two young people, share an adventure together that turns a brief relationship into a lifetime experience. This affection they share can only be described by the sacrifices they make for each other, to be together. It is only a matter of time that their journey together, has a flabbergasting conclusion. This love story Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, breaks into our cold souls of fear of love and excites the idea of having the same and palpable, instant solicitude for another. Shakespeare’s allusive poetry, creates a love story into a heart touching and tragedy love story. Though the other characters are most supportive of making the play, there is a character to blame for the tragedy in the closing stages for Romeo and Juliet. Out of love for Juliet, Lord Capulet is to blame for the death of Romeo and Juliet because of the idea of marriage for his daughter at a young age, forcing her to marry Paris, and the ongoing vengeance of the family feud. Because of this love, Capulet tries to protect Juliet, but ultimately forces her to make deadly decisions. At the start of the play, Juliet did not even mention marrying, considering her young age; until her father Capulet, raises the idea of marriage to her. Although when Capulet is to blame, he is influencing others to convince Juliet that she needs to get married and all of their doing is under the influence of Lord Capulet. “Well, think of marriage now. Younger than you Here in Verona, ladies of esteem, Are made already mothers. By my count, I was your mother much upon these years, that you are now a maid. Thus then in brief: The valiant Paris seeks you for his love” (Act 1 Scene 3 lines 72-77 ). Juliet’s mother Lady Capulet is trying to convince Juliet that if she does not act soon in her benefit of marrying, she would not have a bright future, living alone. Because of Juliet’s confusion and stubbornness to be forced to marry a man that she barely knows and to fall for him, is...
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