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Spencer Motley English I Mrs. Schmidt March 21, 2008 Romeo and Juliet Essay Essay Organization In Act II of Romeo and Juliet, Juliet calls out into the night, “O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?” Well I’ll tell you just where he ends up – dead as a door nail on the floor of a cold tomb next to his beloved Juliet who has recently stabbed herself to death. Why did this unfortunate tragedy take place? Because of the folly of Lord Capulet and the chain of events he causes to take place. Capulet is a character that really only looks out for what is best for him. He is this way because he wants to be the person everyone looks up to. Also he wants to run the show on everything, which causes him to be very greedy. He is like this when he tells Juliet she is going to marry Paris. He is really jus doing this to make himself look good. Also so he looks like he choose the best person for Juliet and how she loves him so much. “To go with Paris the Saint of Peters Church, or I will drag thee on a hurdle hither” (35).
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This note was uploaded on 06/04/2008 for the course GENERAL ED 101 taught by Professor Regan during the Spring '08 term at TN State.

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