Romeo and Juliet

act 3

Think about the story as a whole so far, then using details from Act 3, explain how at times actions (motivated by love) can have negative consequences.

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I think the big consequences of act 3 are the death of Mercutio, the death of Tybalt, and Romeo's subsequent banishment. These are all direct and indirect consequences of Romeo and Juliet's obsessive and impulsive love.