Romeo and Juliet
The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare, tells the story of two young lovers, Romeo and Juliet, who meet and fall in love, and through a series of bad decisions and chance occurrences, end up dead in the course of a week. But who, if any one person, was responsible for all this? One could point fingers at many, but the most would point to Romeo.
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die. Also, what can be perhaps the worst case of bad luck is the way Friar John is kept from delivering the message from Friar Lawrence to Romeo. Had any of these things been avoided, perhaps they would have all lived. In conclusion, Romeo and Juliet's deaths were largely Romeo's own fault. His personality, his mind, his actions and lack of control for all of these things ended what could have been a happy ending.