The Feud is to Blame

Romeo and Juliet's death.

Their Death

There’s many reasons why the feud is the blame for Romeo and Juliet’s death; However, there’s also other events and people that could take place in the fault. Between the Capulets and Montagues, there’s a feud causing the two family’s to revolt against each other. From a passage of the script in the play, Romeo and Juliet, spoken by the Prince, it states, “Where be these enemies? Capulet! Montague" (Act: V Scene: III ). The quote that was pulled from the text shows proof that the Two family lines were “enemies”.

Another reason, as to why the blame of the deaths is the feud, is that Romeo and Juliet’s relations are unacceptable. Since Romeo is a Montague and Juliet is a Capulet, the feud restricts them from announcing their relationship public. If the did make it public, they would permanently be refrained from seeing each other. In the passage, spoken by Juliet's Nurse, it states, “His name is Romeo, and a Montague; The only son of your great enemy" (Act: I Scene:V). The text shows Juliet has fallen in love at the sight of Romeo. Juliet’s nurse informs her that her love is the son of Lord and Lady Montague. Juliet knows that they can’t be together, but Juliet is so in love with Romeo, that she would take the chance.

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Pocahontas

A movie that resembles the same concept that happens in Romeo and Juliet, would be Pocahontas. The two movies have two characters that tragically fall in love yet their relationship is unacceptable because of a feud. A native American girl, Pocahontas, and an English captain, John Smith, fall for each other. Pocahontas' father wants her to marry a native warrior. This connects exactly with Romeo and Juliet because a Capulet, Juliet, and a Montague, Romeo, fall in love but their families' feud makes it impossible to have their relationship accepted. And Juliet's parents want her to marry Paris. So therefore, both couples have to find a way to fix their problem.
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Alpha and Omega

Another movie that could connect to Romeo and Juliet would be Alpha and Omega. In the movie Alpha and Omega, Kate and Humphrey slowly realize their love for each other. They know that it would be unacceptable for them to be together because of the feud and Kate's father wanting her to marry Garth, to put peace to the pack. But Garth falls in love with Kate's sister and both couples have to face the reality. I compared this to Romeo and Juliet because they face the same problem of being in love and feuding.