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Recent events in the Italian town of Verona have drawn the eyes and ears of many people Two lovers kill themselves in one mans attempt to stop a feud that is older than time itself Many lives have been lost in civil brawls erupting from this household war and yet it was allowed to go on without legal consequence If only some action had been taken If we only learned from our mistakes if only A treaty or an agreement between such families could have very simply prevented such a tragedy Without futuristic knowledge it may be hard to prevent such things from beginning but to stop it from happening again that is different As for the two lovers I believe the circumstances were exceptional Such tragedies in the future cannot be easily avoided without a great deal of investigation After the first civil battle some rule should have been imposed upon the population of Verona After the second it is remarkable that no law was passed Not until the third civil brawl was any authoritative action taken It took three fracases to finally rouse the Prince to do something and something he did He established that the next man to start such a ruckus would be put to death Of course when Mercutio challenged Romeo he did die but by Romeos hand And for that Romeo was banished In a way the law saved the lives of civilians but ended up costing Romeo and Juliet their lives You fix one thing and you break another Only communication was at fault Romeos poor communication with Fryer Lawrence which was due to the ill timing of the plague ended up costing both their lives as well Some may see it as the plan of Clotho Lachesis and Atropos If the prince had imposed the regulations after the first uproar in Verona there would have been fewer casualties Due to the enduring ignorance of the Prince this
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