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Who was to blame for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet?
Blame for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet can be pointed in several different directions. Not only characters were accountable for the calamity. Three main non-human contributors to the tragedy were fate, impulsiveness, and time. Fate played a part in Romeo's banishment from Mantua. His absence from the scene set a clear path for Paris to pursue his love interest. Romeo's impulsive behaviour guided him to make the decision to end his life after hearing the news of Juliet's death. Time was sped up when Old Capulet decided to bring Juliet's wedding forward a day. All these points were main c…
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