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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 Well why Romeo By reading his actions and thoughts in the story a wealth of good arguments can be debated Romeo is impulsive a bad decision maker and has a very unstable mind and personality All of these qualities aid in dooming his short relationship with Juliet to the tomb First Romeos impulsiveness causes him to seek out Juliet at the feast he has attended although not invited He seeks her out and without thought kisses her something he should not have done His impulsiveness causes him to go out to her familys orchard and spy on her not an intelligent thing to do since any of her kin that would have seen him would have killed him on the spot That same impulsiveness causes the both of them to agree to marry the very next day which would have seemed ridiculous to anybody else At other times in the story he tries to kill himself several solely on impulse then later succeeds at this but not before killing Tybalt out of quick anger and revenge Second Romeos continuos string of bad decisions also contributes to his demise His first notable bad decision was going to the Capulets feast which he did even after a dream premonition of disaster Then after the feast he decides to hide from his friends and go to Juliets garden an obvious peril Agreeing to marry Juliet was perhaps the worst bad decision he made sealing his fate with a kiss Third Romeo has an unbelievably unstable mind and personality He
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