Who Is Blame for Romeo and Juliet's Death

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Many have said that romance brings love and affection, but when taken to the extreme, it can lead to tragedy and despair. In the literary play Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare created a tragedy protagonist, Juliet, whose tragic death “buries their parents’ strife” (Prologue). The eternal feud between Montague and Capulets restraints the love between Romeo and Juliet and ultimately lead to their death. Juliet’s death has many different factors, and it’s hard to determine the truly blame of Juliet’s death. In all the important characters, Lord Capulet refuses to listen to Juliet’s request, which result in Juliet’s death. In the other hand, Romeo’s immature, impulsive and Friar Lawrence’s cowardice are all generate Juliet’s tragedy. Juliet’s father, Lord Capulet is blame for Juliet’s suicide. In addition, Lord Capulet promises Paris that Juliet will marry to him without asked Juliet’s opinion. He also decides “Thursday” will be the wedding day for Juliet, and “tell (Juliet), she will marry to (Paris).” As Juliet’s father, it is Capulet’s responsibility to assists Juliet when Juliet makes important decisions such as get marry, but he should not makes decision for her. Lord Capulet considers that marry will help Juliet out from Tablet’s death, however, Lord Capulet’s foolish idea result in Juliet’s death eventually. After that, Lord Capulet does not listen for Juliet’s explanation of her opinion about marries to Paris. He scolds to Juliet, “speak not, reply not, do not answer me” (). At this time, Juliet tries to delays the wedding for more time to formulate a plan, which helps her solves all the problems. If Lord Capulet has enough patients to hear the voice from his daughter, he will understand Juliet’s feeling for Romeo. Unfortunately, his impatient and irritable temperament forces Juliet ask Friar Lawrence for help, which ultimately generate the tragedy of Juliet. Next, the hatred between Lord Capulet and Lord Montague directly lead to Juliet’s death. The...
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