Romeo and Juliet Essay | The Themes in "Romeo and Juliet"

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The Themes in "Romeo and Juliet"

Summary: Essay discusses the themes in William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet."
The role of fate and human-caused events in Romeo and Juliet take big part in the development of the play's various themes. There are forces in life which one cannot control is one of the main themes. This theme ties into the role of fate. Another major theme was that a person's personality determines his or her own destiny and this ties into human-caused events. Throughout the following paragraphs I will discuss the events relating to fate and human-based events.

The themes in Romeo and Juliet portray a typical message of tragedy. Since the beginning of the play we were constantly reminded about the lovers grievous destiny. The themes stated above are expressed when Rome and Juliet are born into opposing families. This was an event that neither Romeo nor Juliet could have prevented, making it a work of fate. An example of one's...

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