In my opinion, I believe that it was Friar Lawrence and bad timing fault. Friar Lawrence suggest that Romeo and Juliet to get married- which contributed to Juliet's father's rage and various events because of this suggestion.
Not only so, but Friar Lawrence gave Juliet the sleeping potion for her fake ‘death’.
Sorry, I understand the abstract nature of the question but I can't help but see these two in the black-and-white here.
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You can pick whatever character, or abstract thought you want. Truthfully, it should be Friar Laurence that should be the one to blame.
I wasn't that much of an idiot when I was that young. Friar had Juliet pretend to be dead and united them in marriage. Also is could be Mercutio because he convinced Romeo to go to the Capulet's party where he met Juliet, when Romeo never wanted to go in the first place, for he knew the trouble that it could cause.everyone really could be blamed if you just think.Romeo and Juliet were responsible for their own deaths as evidenced by Romeo’s and Juliet’s choice to act upon their love for each other too quickly, their decision to hide their affections for each other from their family, and taking their own lives on their on their own free will.If they had thought about their decisions thoroughly, they would end up living a happy life together.It is not surprising that Shakespeare used another such story for his idea, and that there have been books, plays and life experiences like this for hundreds of years.And although there will be lots of dissent I am sure, I really felt that the ending was way overdone.I believe that the Nurse is at fault for the death of Romeo and Juliet.This is because the nurse pushed Juliet to marry Paris after Romeo got banned.It is unreasonable and harmful to carry anger and revenge to such ridiculous lengths; not all love stories have happy endings (like we would all prefer); and fate can pay a huge role in our lives (whether we accept such a thing exists or not).I do not read any one character as being the catalyst, unless it was the parents who were so outraged that it lead the two young people to drastic measures.