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Essay | Fate in Romeo and Juliet

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Fate in Romeo and Juliet

Summary: An essay about fate and it's role in the lives of Romeo and Juliet. Written by William Shakespeare.
One of the main themes and significant factors in Romeo and Juliet is fate. This indicates that Romeo and Juliet's life could be influenced by some power other than of their wills. During Shakespeare's time most Elizabethans believed in fate and it shows particularly in Romeo and Juliet.

Fate is a power that predetermines events in your life and is unchangeable. It is your destiny and is unalterable. The Elizabethans believed that this power ruled their whole life and that everything is meant to happen. This idea is written about in the Bible in Jeremiah 1:5. It says `Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were born I set you apart; I appointed you as a prophet to the nations' This means that God had planned our lives before we were born.

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