ROMEO + JUlIET. Essay on major themes and if their deaths were controllable.
In Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet, many unfortunate tragedies occur due to uncontrollable acts of destiny. There are three separate branches of disaster: the first being the immediate families, then there are the secondary characters, and finally there is fate. Romeo and Juliet are innocent victims of circumstances beyond their control. Being together was never their destiny. The two enemy families influence the couple to make rash decisions. After the role of the families, the secondary characters play a very prominent position. Neither Romeo, Juliet, nor anyone else can contr…
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