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  1. Vujas
    The escalating conflict between Montagues and Capulets foreshadows that Mercutio and Tybalt will die fighting. The play’s first scene (after the Prologue) ends in a fight between Montagues and Capulets. Tybalt is largely responsible for it. When Tybalt sees Romeo .
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  2. JoJoran
    Dec 22,  · Lord Capulet responds to the death of Tybalt by-A. Plotting to personally murder Romeo. B. Arranging the immediate marriage of Paris and Juliet. C. Negotiating with the prince for Romeo's banishment. D. Asking Paris to leave Verona and await further word.
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  3. Fenrisar
    Tybalt is a duelist whose skills with a rapier have gained him widespread renown—and whose temper is equally as famous as his talent. Hotheaded, brash, and devoutly loyal to his house, Tybalt hates all Montagues and longs to kill them on sight.
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  4. Aratilar
    Mercutio's death is the catalyst for the tragic turn the play takes from this point onward. True to character, the hot-headed Mercutio starts a quarrel the instant Tybalt requests a word with him, by responding, "make it a word and a blow." Tybalt at first ignores Mercutio's insults because, ironically again, he's saving his blade for Romeo.
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  5. Salmaran
    The Friar objects that Paris hasn't talked to Juliet, but Paris has an explanation: "Immoderately she weeps for Tybalt's death, / And therefore have I little talk'd of love; / For Venus smiles not in a house of tears" (). We know it's Romeo's exile, not Tybalt's death.
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  6. Voodookasa
    The word "banished". Juliet is trying to take in the news of Tybalt's death brought to her by the nurse. To Juliet, however, the news of her cousin's death is overshadowed by the news that her.
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  7. Kagat
    Mercutio and Tybalt end up fighting and, as Romeo attempts to stop the fight, Tybalt stabs Mercutio. He dies after being mistakenly injured under Romeo’s arm. Due to the fact that of this Romeo seeks revenge and kills Tybalt. Romeo understands there will be trouble so he escapes.
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  8. Gugal
    Tybalt was a hotheaded, loyal swordsman who thought he was protecting the Capulet name. In the end, Tybalt's anger and quick temper resulted not only in his own death, but in the death of Mercutio, which all ultimately led to the suicide of Romeo and Juliet.5/5(1).
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  9. Brazshura
    The two fight, with Romeo killing Tybalt. Already at this point in the play, Romeo and Juliet have been secretly married by Friar Laurence, but now Romeo is a criminal, facing banishment for the.
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