Character Analysis - Tybalt
Tybalt is a character from the play, “Romeo and Juliet”. Tybalt comes off as a thickheaded, cold-blooded killer. But once past his rough exterior, he can be thought of as a sensitive guy. Tybalt tries keeps the intentions of his family first but sometimes he can let his temper get the best of him. His character developed quite fast even though he died halfway through the play. Tybalt is powered by
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Although Tybalt’s obedience to the family’s tradition was considered honorable at the time, it caused the feud to erupt past just the family and into secondary relationships like what happened with Mercutio. Because of this courage and family loyalty, it shows that there is a deeper part of him behind his thug-like exterior. He wasn’t afraid to stand up for what he believed was right which shows a strong sense of courage.