Which event in act three scene one do you think causes the most problems for Romeo and Juliet? and why?

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Romeo’s decision to involve himself in the continued fighting between the two houses leads to his ultimate undoing. Avenging his friend’s death by murdering Tybalt causes a deadly strain to exist between him and Juliet. The murdering of his bride’s cousin sets a downward gyre, an emotional mess spiraling out of control.

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The event in Act III scene i that causes the most problems for Romeo and Juliet is when Romeo states, "Gentlemen, for shame! forbear this outrage!--" and steps...

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When Mercutio and Tybalt was fighting and then Tybalt killed Marcutio and then Romeo killed Tybalt which is Juliets cusion

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