Romeo and Juliet

What was Romeo's flaws or most fatal flaw(the mistake that lead him to his death)? Because I need to type an essay and I need a little help.

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  1. Another site that may help is this:
    http://www.sparknotes.com/lit

    Click on R and find Romeo and Juliet -- then be sure to read the section on the major characters.

    =)

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  2. i need to no how romeo and juliets parents reacted to there deaths? asap

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  3. Now, switching away from Google is very hard. ,

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