Chain Reaction: Romeo and JulietPaper Rating: Word Count: 429 Approx Pages: 2
In William Shakespear's Romeo and Juliet, the death of a character named Tybalt caused a chain reaction of unfortunate events in the play. Which causes things to go terribly wrong for the couple and makes it almost impossible to maintain the survival of their love.
During the scene when Tybalt was killed, Tybalt enters the scene looking to engage in battle with Romeo, but is willing to fight anyone. Tybalt ends up fighting Mercutio who intervenes on Romeo's behalf. At the end of the fight Mercutio lost his life that, therefore, enraged Romeo; he and Tybalt end up fighting and Tybalt was killed as