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Proving Romeo and Juliet is not a tragedy.
If somebody were to see someone fall off of a cliff they would believe that it was a tragedy. While on the other hand some people may believe that it was fate. They are both correct answers. Fate plays a major role in a tragedy and/or comedy and sometimes it can even control the outcome. Yet fate creates more fun and excitement towards literature and it keeps the reader more attentive. Shakespeare has written many plays including comedies and tragedies. His tragedies seem to be among his more famous plays and they usually end in sorrow. However, most of Shakespeare's plays are diffe…
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