Friar Lawrence Is To Blame In Romeo And Juliet

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No one loves to see lovers die. William Shakespeare wrote Romeo and Juliet, a play about two lovers who kill themselves because they cannot get their way. When the two lovers die, Prince Escalus of Verona wants the person responsible to be punished, but who is to blame? While Fate is to blame, Friar Lawrence, Lady Capulet, and The Families are to blame for the deaths as well. Friar Lawrence is one to blame for the deaths. Friar Lawrence married the two lovers hoping it would end the family feud, but he thought that it will turn out bad. Friar Lawrence tells the two lovers “these violent delights have violent ends” (Act 2, Scene 5) which is an attempt to warn them. Romeo is later banished from Verona, and Friar Lawrence then comes up with