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In William Shakespeares play Romeo and Juliet there is much controversy to who is to blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet In this tragedy the two familys on-going feud drives Romeo to kill one of Juliets relatives and thus he finds himself banned from Verona They then construct a plan to meet again but when the plan goes awry the two star-crossed lovers take their own lives The question now where to lay the blame of their deaths The deaths can be blamed on the parents the friar or Romeo and Juliet The parents of Juliet can easily be seen as the motive for their deaths One reason for this is that they are pushing Juliet to marry Paris Sir Paris I will make a desperate tender of me childs love a Thursday tell her she shall marry this noble earl12-21 This section shows of Capulets agreement with Paris to have him marry Juliet Juliet loves Romeo and not Paris but her fathers thoughts of Paris being a suitable match make it so she has to marry him Juliet not thinking into the future and what else could be possible makes haste decisions after her father tells her I tell thee what- get to church a Thursday or never after look me in the face Speak not reply not do not answer61-63 and goes to the friar looking to kill herself Her father then later makes a decision to move the wedding up to Wednesday This greatly upsets Juliet The desire of her father for her to marry and calling her a wretch and hussy run Juliet into a corner with nothing left to do to save herself except herself Also after Romeo kills Tybalt Juliets mom says Ill send one in Mantua where that same banished runagate doth live shall give him such an unaccustomed dram that he should soon keep Tybalt company and then I hope thou wilt be satisfied87-93 This
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