Who or what is to blame the most for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet?
Consider fate/chance, the role of adults in Romeo and Juliet’s lives, and their own actions.
Whose fault is the death of the lovebirds, Romeo and Juliet? From many generations the feud of the capulets and montagues has been on-going event. They have been enemies for so long that no one can remember what caused it. The cause of them is unknown, but we can assume who caused it. Even though fate played a role in Romeo and Juliet, the adults were hold partly responsible for the deceased couple, although Romeo and Juliet is whom to blame for their death.
As soon they laid eyes for each other, they were destined to die by fate. The two enemies were never supposed to love each other, but to hate each other. In this case this is not it, the youthful love attracted them together which caused them being impulsive. From the beginning, they knew that they were going into a toxic love which will lead into death,”For never was a story of more woe/Than this of Juliet and Romeo” (Romeo & Juliet 5.3.309-310). Romeo and Juliet had an idea that chaos would come and the would be demised by fate,”From the forth the fatal loins of these two foes/A pair of star-crossed lovers take their life” (Prologue 6-9). Fate does not play a big role in their lives because fate did not tell Romeo to drink the poison also fate did not tell Juliet is stab herself with a dagger.
The death of the deceased couple is partially parted by the adults in their life. Romeo and Juliet had no support system and guidance for their rashed decisions. When Romeo came to Friar for advice about courting Juliet to be his wife, Friar had an option not to wed them, but he agreed with Romeo’s reckless thought. Friar beside himself and dazed that Romeo and Juliet being together would cause peace between the family,”For this alliance may so happy prove/To turn your households’ rancour to pure love” (Romeo & Juliet 2.3.94-95). After the plan failed, Friar acted like a coward and ran away, because he knew it was...