Juliet In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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I blame Juliet as the cause of her’s and Romeo’s suicides. Shakespeare introduces Juliet as a girl with a realistic mindset the balance to Romeo’s insanity. She shares her concerns over their budding relationship such as being from rival families and Romeo’s possible infidelity. Just as she begins to appear as someone rational, her character setup goes downhill. Juliet declares Romeo the god of her idolatry after meeting him just a hour ago,and makes the rash decision of marrying Romeo. She becomes so obsessed with the idea of her and Romeo being together, she becomes deaf to reasoning. Juliet goes as far to taking a poison that would put her in a death-like trace,ignoring the emotional distress she would cause her family. Someone who I

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