Who is to Blame in Romeo and Juliet
Friar Laurence is the most to blame for Romeo and Juliet’s death because he didn’t get parental consent to marry Romeo and Juliet, he lied to everyone about whether Juliet was dead or not, and he was the one who provided Juliet with the potion that eventually lead to the death of both young people.
Who Is to Blame for the Death of Romeo and Juliet? - Essay
In Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, the Nurse, by her thoughtless support of the affair between the lovers and fickle counsel, is partly to blame for the tragedy.
On the other hand, maybe the Nurse does understandJuliet's love for Romeo—she's just woman of the world and knows how limited Juliet's options are, in a way that an idealistic little teenager doesn't. After all, she does try to stand up to Lord Capulet when he is yelling at his daughter, a bold move: "You are to blame, my lord, to rate her so," the Nurse tells him (3.5.177).