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Romeo and Juliet

Was Mercutio a Montague?

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No, Mercutio is related to the Prince. He is neither a Montague or a Capulet.

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He is challenging Romeo to a duel. As Mercutio says, "A challenge, on my life."



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Mercutio dies. Romeo kills Tybalt. Tybalt kills Mercutio out of pure hatred for the Montague family, and then out of revenge for Mercutio Romeo kills Tybalt and is then forced to flee because he has just killed Juliet's cousin


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