Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet
“From forth the fatal loins of these two foes a pair of star cross’d lovers take their life” who is at fault for the ultimate tragedy in Romeo and Juliet’?

In Shakespeare’s play “Romeo and Juliet”, William Shakespeare contributes two young lovers lost their lives when hate and love collide. From the Montagues came Romeo and from the Capulets was Juliet, is “a pair of star – crossed lovers” whose tragic death “buries their parents’ strife. Many characters played a role in their ultimate death, many factors lead to the ultimate tragedy of Romeo and Juliet: among these are the rivalry between Montague & Capulet, their impulsive love, the nurse and Friar Laurence, and fate.

Para 1:
In William Shakespeare’s play, “Romeo and Juliet”, there is one single event which is solely responsible for all the terrible incidents, the ancient grudge between the Capulet and Montague families played a very large role in causing this new hatred, which “From ancient grudge [broke] to new munity”. It was this feud, which leads to Romeo and Juliet’s ultimate tragedy. As Sampson and Gregory, two Capulets, walk the streets of Verona talking about the Montagues. Sampson exclaims, “I..will push Montague’s men from the wall and thrust…his maids to the wall”. This express the utter most hate that the two families have for each other. The actions in the play cause this brawl that lead to deepen hatred towards each other. Montague and Capulet are responsible for the outcome, forcing Juliet into marrying Paris. Juliet’s father exclaims, “Be fettle your fine joints ‘gainst Thursday next…to go with Paris to Saint Peter’s church…or I will drag thee on hurdle there”. Being pressured becoming the wife of Paris, because of her father’s harsh expectation on Juliet, she was threatened to kill herself. The Capulet’s decision of marrying Juliet to Paris led to many deaths in the tragedy.

Para 2:
In “Romeo and Juliet”, many factors could’ve changed the outcome; one...