Who is more to blame for Romeo and Juliet’s death.

If thou be merciful, open the tomb, lay me with Juliet." is what Paris says on lines 72-73 in act 5 scene 3 after Romeo had won the fight and he was dying.

The destinies of Romeo and Juliet represent a self-controlled response with too many coincidences

I agree with you that the Nurse is deeply loyal to Juliet as she went out of her way to ensure Juliet's happiness including see Romeo herself and even warning him of her mistress' innocence. I think that your body paragraph seems to be more like a summary of your entire essay since you had three evidence supporting your thesis in one paragraph. All of the three evidence is related but isn't connected enough to be in the same paragraph.
P.S And I know I'm not the English teacher on this website but you made a lot of spelling errors, Meagan.


Throughout the play Romeo and Juliet were aided in their love.

The two, Romeo and Juliet, come from quarreling families who adamantly disapprove of their union.

Thesis: In Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, Juliet is secretive teenager, who doesn't show her emotions and actions towards others often.

In the story Romeo and Juliet, Juliet is secretive teenager when it comes to love. Juliet falls in love with Romeo but she does not expose to anyone that she loves him. In addition, Juliet goes behind her parents' backs and marries Romeo in secret. Since Juliet's father is unaware of their marriage, he arranges a wedding for her and Paris. However, Juliet does not want to marry Paris and therefore drinks a potion that makes her appear lifeless on the day of her marriage with Paris. "My dismal scene I needs must act alone." This quote shows that she doesn't want anyone to discover that she is going to appear dead tomorrow at her wedding. As a result, Juliet is a very secretive girl and she hides her emotions and actions.


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Thesis: Juliet is a bold, rebellious child that turned her life around.

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Claim: She proposed to Romeo when she was on her balcony after the party.

Textual Evidence: In Act II Scene II, Juliet told Romeo to be at the church and to send for her, "If thy bent of love be honorable,/ Thy purpose marriage, send me word tomorrow,/By one that I'll procure to come to thee,"(lines 143-145).

Elaboration: Juliet proposed to Romeo even though she knew he was a Montague and that her family would strongly disapprove. This proves that she also took part of leading her ending to a tragic one with Romeo.

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Thesis: Benvolio is a very cautious character
Claim: Benvolio is curious about Romeo's love life.
Evidence: Act 1 Scene 1 line 199 "tell me in sadness, who is that you love?"
Elaboration: Since Bevolio is Romeo's cousin, he cares about his love life and also. , he naturally has a mantality to act curious and be nosy. Romeo comes to Benvolio sad so it makes Benvolio cruious to ask what the problem was. Romeo thinks he knows all about love and that love is the only thing to live for so Benvolio solves his problem by talking it out.

Romeo and juliet love essay thesis

After reading your post, I see how Romeo is the one who caused the whole thing. If he didn't go to the party, he would of not met Juliet, and if he didn't see her. he wouldn't be obsessed with her and so on.