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Romeo and Juliet
I think there are two things that control Romeo and Juliet. One is fate the other is freewill. Freewill and fate seem to disagree and conflict each other throughout the book. Romeo and Juliet choose to love each other and even though their families hate each other they fall in love and get married. This has very little to do with fate, but fate does interfere with there relationship. I think Shakespeare meant to use fate to have them die though.
<Tab/>One example of fate in their relationship is when Romeo before entering Capulet's house, he says (1.4.113) "I fear too early…
- Consider the Parts Played by the Friar and the Nurse Particularly in the Light of This Statement
- Romeo and Juliet
- William Shakespeare
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