Romeo and Juliet Essay | Examines the Theme of Fate in the Play "Romeo and Juliet"

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Examines the Theme of Fate in the Play "Romeo and Juliet"

Summary: Essay examines the theme of fate in William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" and whether they had full or no control over their meeting.
Fate plays an important part in the play Romeo and Juliet, as in the Elizabethan times fate used to play an important part in every day life as the Elizabethans used to believe that fate used to control every aspect of their lives.

At the beginning of the play we know that fate begins to control the lives of the characters Romeo and Juliet as it says in the prologue "a pair of star crossed lovers" this shows that the lives of Romeo and Juliet are destined to meet. We also know that their lives will end in death and they will never live a happy life together as it quotes in the prologue "a pair of star crossed lovers take their lives..."

There are many "what ifs...." in the play which are changes in events that if they...

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