Lauren Sladic
English 9
November 18, 2014
Tragic Flaw Constructed Response
In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Juliet\'s character flaw is her most notable tragic flaw. Her Flaw is that she falls in love too easily. After the Capulets dance she fell in love with Romeo and couldn\'t get over him. Romeo went to her home where he could\'ve been killed but he did it for love. Juliet was sitting at her window and cried “Romeo…be but sworn my love, and ill no longer be a Capulet” (760)What she is saying that because of her love with Romeo she would give up being a Capulet when she just met him that night. Also, the next day Romeo and Juliet got married. They haven’t spent enough time together to see a person’s true colors and not they want to spend the rest of their life together. In conclusion Juliet’s tragic flaw of falling head over heels instantly ca hurt her at the end of the story.