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Romeo and Juliet1
Romeo and Juliet. Whose fault was the tragety of their deaths? This is a question repeatedly asked. Friar Lawrence was the one who gave Juliet the deadly potion. The potion that made Romeo believe she was dead. The potion that made emotions run deep. Or, was it perhaps the fault of Romeo and Juliet? They could have come clean and tried to end the Capulet/Montague feuds. Were the families that much angered by one another? When Romeo made an appearance at the Capulet party, and Lord Capulet recognized him, he did nothing to object to him being there. Romeo was worthy enough. So perhaps it could have all worked out.
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