The death of Romeo and Juliet

Tybalt is responsible for the death of Romeo and Juliet. Tybalt is a mean person who loves to kill people. Tybalt wants to hold a grudge against Romeo and wants to kill him because Romeo crashed the party. When Romeo crashed the party, Tybalt says to his “Uncle, this is a Montague, our foe, a villain that is hither come in spite, to scorn at our solemnity”( Act 1 Scene 5, Line 59-61). After Romeo crashes Capulet’s party, Tybalt becomes so angry with Romeo that he holds a grudge and wants to fight Romeo. Because Tybalt could not let go of his anger, he searches for Romeo the day after the party in order to kill him. Even though Romeo does love Tybalt, Tybalt says “Boy, this shall not excuse the injuries thou has done me; therefore, turn and draw” (3.1.63-64). Since Tybalt loves to kill people, he decides to kill Romeo after he crashed the party. Tybalt is responsible for the death of Romeo and Juliet because he loves to kill people, and he wants to fight Romeo because he tried to crash the party. Clearly, Tybalt is to blame for the souls of Romeo and Juliet.