How romeo and juliet should have ended

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Yes, I also believe in the fact that it could have been Friar Laurences fault because he interpreted the wrong information and caused the death of the two lovers. Although it is mostly considered the fault of the family for the feud, it would also be Friar Laurences fault because he decided to cause a misinterpretation and cause the death of Romeo and Juliet.
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How Romeo and Juliet Should Have Ended

How do you think romeo and juliet should have ended?

Hatred between the two families? Friar Lawrence? Perhaps, the folly of youth? You decide. You can pick whatever character, or abstract thought you want. Romeo and Juliet.

If mercucio had not had to fight on behalf of Romeo, then he would not have died and so Romeo would not have to go after Tybalt and kill him and romeo would never get exiled and they could both run away in the sunset together. The MORAL of the play is that where hate thrives the feud , all will eventually be punished by its poisonous effect. The feud is directly responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. If the Montague and Capulet families had worked out their differences instead of remaining engaged in a bitter dispute, the lives of their children would have been spared. That said, some other possibilities without changing the universe of the play two feuding households both alike in dignity and all that :. Well, actually there were so many possibilities by which the death of these two characters has been avoided.

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Dispatches from the bent world under the bright wings of the Holy Ghost

Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. The play begins with a large fight between the Capulets and the Montagues, two prestigious families in Verona, Italy. These families have been fighting for quite some time, and the Prince declares that their next public brawl will be punished by death. Romeo reveals that he is in love with a woman named Rosaline, but she has chosen to live a life of chastity. At the party, Romeo locks eyes with a young woman named Juliet. They instantly fall in love, but they do not realize that their families are mortal enemies.

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  1. Nino A. says:

    Romeo and Juliet What's Up With the Ending?

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