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Which two characters does Romeo kill in "Romeo and Juliet"?
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Romeo murders Tybalt in Act 3, Scene 1, following Tybalt's (presumably accidental) killing of Mercutio. Romeo then also kills Paris in Act 5, Scene 3, shortly before breaking into the tomb to find the (sleeping, presumed dead) body of Juliet.
Posted by robertwilliam on September 16, 2008 at 12:17 AM (Answer #1)
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Romeo kills Tybalt in Act III forcing him into exhile. He returns to Verona when he hears of Juliet's "Death". While at her grave, he meets Paris. pais recognizes him as an outlaw and challenges Romeo. romeo does not want to fight and warns Paris, but Paris is insistant. Romeo kills Paris. He is remorseful when he realizes Paris loved Juliet also and lays him in the grave beside her.
Posted by gretavandecarr on October 7, 2008 at 6:40 AM (Answer #3)
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