Romeo nad Juliet, Cause and Effect

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Romeo and Juliet is a tragic play that ends in destruction. The play Begins with a feud and ends in death. Many events along the way are involved in the death and destruction. Each event has impacts in influencing the next. Cause and effect is essential in moving the plot of the story forward.

Mercutio's death is the first of many deaths in the Play. Capulet's servant gave Romeo the party invitation list. Romeo saw Rosalyn's name on the list. He went to the party to see her and Tybalt saw him. Tybalt couldn't do anything about him being there. Tybalt being mad fought Mercutio and stepped in to try to stop it. Tybalt couldn't see because of Romeo and Tybalt stabbed Mercutio.

Romeo's banishment was caused by him killing Tybalt. Tybalt was mad about Romeo going to the Capulet party. Tybalt confronted Mercutio and when Romeo tried to stop the fight Mercutio was stabbed and died.

Romeo was very mad at Tybalt for killing his best friend. Romeo kills Tybalt for killing Mercutio and the Prince banishes him.

Romeo being banished caused him to not know that Juliet's death was fake. Romeo was mad at Tybalt for killing Mercutio so he killed Tybalt. The prince banished him for killing Tybalt. Juliet was sad about Romeo being banished so she and Friar Laurence made a plan. Friar Laurence's friend Friar John couldn't deliver the message telling Romeo about the plan because of the Black Death. Therefore Romeo left thinking Juliet was really dead. He went to the tomb and killed himself.

Romeo being dead caused Juliet to kill herself when she woke up. Tybalt was killed by Romeo. Juliet's dad wanted to make her feel better so he made the wedding for the next day. She drinks the potion...