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Essay | Romeo and Juliet

This student essay consists of approximately 7 pages of analysis of Romeo and Juliet.
This section contains 1,865 words
(approx. 7 pages at 300 words per page)
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Romeo and Juliet

Summary: This is and essay on "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakespeare. It deals with the issues of fate in the play, and how the play, in spite of the large tradition of Greco-Roman fate, the tragic outcome lies more in the choices that were made.
In this melodramatic life I believe there are two kinds of people. The first group of people are those who believe in phrases such as " Love at first sight," " It was just meant to be," "It must be fate," and finally "It is destiny." These true believers have an idea set in their head that the stars above are the complete controllers of the minds below. This idealistic tradition of fate dates back to the Greco-Roman period of mythology. The Greco-Roman period was a time when humans depended on, and related everything, to the stars above.

I, on the other hand, happen to be part of the second group of people. This is a group where people tend to be realistic about things. We feel that things like love, and death happened simply because of the choices we, in our own minds, made. This realistic approach was...

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This section contains 1,865 words
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