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In Romeo and Juliet, I think they rushed into marriage to soon. Also, without considering how Juliet would feel, Romeo kills Tybalt in revenge of Mercutio’s death. Juliet makes a mistake of not telling Romeo about her parent’s expectations, considering her parents wanted her to marry Paris. I believe there is one main person who should be blamed for the couples’ death, which I think would be Friar Laurence.

I think Romeo and Juliet rushed into the marriage they wanted, Romeo had devotion to Rosaline not long before falling crazy in love with Juliet, and Juliet arguing to her mother about not being ready to have marriage with Paris. Overall, I just believe it was too rushed to get married so quickly, they were both impatient about the situation. Their impatience may have even been the reason of their deaths. Juliet doesn’t take the opportunity to tell Romeo about the situation with her parents trying to marry her off to Paris, so Romeo never knows about the predicament he has with Juliet; instead they rush into a secret marriage.

One topic I think caused most events in this play was the death of Tybalt. Romeo ends up killing him in revenge for Mercutio’s death, not thinking about the consequences or how his new bride, Juliet, would feel about the situation or how it would affect their relationship. Along with that he is banned from the city. Romeo turns for help from Friar Laurence just as Juliet does. I just believe, because of Romeo murdering Tybalt, it just ignites all the events after that, which I think is the climax of the whole story.

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