The deaths of Romeo and Juliet are mainly to be blamed on Tybalt, the parents and Romeo and Juliet. This is because Tybalt, fought with Mercutio, which made Romeo step in, kill him and then get banished from Verona. The parent’s, had an ongoing feud which made it very difficult for Romeo and Juliet to be together, which made the little scenario happen the night they died. As for Romeo and Juliet, well they were just children madly in love, and they did many silly things to be in love which led to them dying.
The deaths of Romeo and Juliet are tragic in that they could have been prevented if not for their own foolish actions. First of all, Romeo and Juliet put themselves in many dangerous situations, and they also lied to everyone they knew and loved. They secretly got married without either of their parents blessing which put Romeo in a bad position as he could have gotten in a lot of trouble off Capulet. The death of Tybalt that Romeo blames on fortune is a direct result of his own movement and clearly chose his course of action “fire-eyed fury be my conduct now”. Can we blame Romeo and Juliet for their own deaths or were they simply victims?
Secondly, I also believe the nurse is a big part in their deaths. She is mainly on Juliet’s side, as she is supporting her all through the story. Even though she is worried about Juliet’s Decision on Romeo and she tells her “he is a Montague and the son of your great enemy”, she helped her to see Romeo and helped with all of the wedding plans and details. She helped Juliet See Romeo on their wedding night, but when she found out that he killed Tybalt, her mood changed. She told Juliet not to worry about Romeo as he is a murderer and banished she will never See him again. “It is as if he is dead to thee”. The Nurse could be blamed because when she withdraws her help she motivates Juliet to action and she seeks help elsewhere.
Finally you must find Tybalt guilty because he