"Romeo and Juliet". The Tragedy of the Two Lovers Is Caused not so Much by Their Own Flaws as Outside Influences or Forces
In this essay I will display that the tragedy of the two lovers, Romeo and Juliet was caused not so much by their own flaws as outside influences or forces. In most other Shakespearean tragedies, the tragedy occurs because of certain faults in the characters personalities but in 'Romeo and Juliet' the tragedy is caused by circumstances beyond Romeo and Juliet's control rather than their own flaws.
Numerous 'circumstances' in the play led to the death of Romeo and Juliet, indicating that it was their fate to die, maybe to finally resolve the ongoing feud between their two families.…
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