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The drama Romeo and Juliet written by William Shakespeare is known throughout the whole world but no one in the world knows for sure what caused the disgrace the book is famous for What exactly was the cause of the tragedy in Romeo and Juliet There are many possible reasons but the best theory is the combination of the enmity between the families and Juliet and Romeos desperation and anxiety Also Shakespeare explains the cause of the tragedy by fate The fight between the Montagues and the Capulets plays a big role in the story of the tragedy First of all they would not have to do all that scheming to marry if their families did not hate each other so much Romeo could just have asked Capulet for Juliets hand in marriage It could have been easy but the families hated each other They hated each other so much that they would always attempt to fight and kill each other A servant from the house of the Capulets said even A dog from the house of the Montagues moves me provokes me Romeo and Juliet II 8 Romeo is at the Capulets party in act I when Tybalt sees him and wants to kill him he says to Capulet Uncle this is a Montague our foe A villain that is hither come in spite To scorn at our solemnity this night Page 2 Alexis Costa Why uncle tis a shameRomeo and Juliet IV69-71 92 After many fights the Prince of Verona forbids fight between Montagues and Capulets and even though Capulet forbade Tybalt to fight against Romeo Tybalt was so indignant and outraged at Romeo that he could not believe his uncle did not do anything about it he had to fight against Romeo They fought and Tybalt died getting Romeo expelled from Verona and complicating everything even more for Romeo and Juliet But the tragedy was not entirely their families
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