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    Romeo and Juliet: Who's to Blame?

    I am currently writing a wondrous paper about Romeo and Juliet for a Literature Class and I am trying to essentially throw Juliet under the bus. I have three points of evidence: She is young and reckless, She is so hopelessly in love that she killed herself instead of working things out, and she was essentially manipulated (by Friar Laurence), blinded by love. I was wondering if someone could comment on my evidence concerning its strength. If you have any better pieces of evidence that would be greatly appreciated too.

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    You could start maybe by findind parts of the text that prove the points you want to make.
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