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William Shakespeares Romeo and Juliet is a story filled with misery and the lack of obedience It takes part in Verona where two families pour hatred over each other passed on from generations The hatred between the two families leaves two desperate star-crossed lovers in despair and tragedy In this play many characters may be blamed for the tragedy because they do not do their duty These certain characters include the motherly nurse the fiery Tybalt and the holy Friar Laurence First the nurse who shows profound denial of obeying the Capulets and thus has greatly contributed to the tragedy The nurse must only play caretaker to Juliet and like her master Capulet must show hatred towards the Montague house at all times The nurse should have only let Juliet do what her parents wanted her to do Instead the nurse takes the role of Juliets mother and gives permission to wed Romeo Go thy ways wench serve God v line 44 She plays the intermediary between Romeo and Juliet She then tells Juliet of where to go for the wedding with Romeo Montague Then hie you hence to Friar Laurence cell There stays a husband to make you a wife V ii lines 68-69 She acts far beyond her own role She should not have stepped up the ladder to be Juliets mother and plan her wedding The nurse is certainly one to blame for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet because she does not do her duty Second is the holy Friar Laurence who is also at fault as he does not successfully accomplish his duty as a priest The friar is responsible for the marriage of Romeo and Juliet and the sleeping potion Juliet drank to avoid the marriage with Paris When he found out Romeo wanted to marry Juliet his main objective should have been to discuss the complications that would arise from their marriage Friar Laurence knew
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