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Fate's Role in Romeo and Juliet

Summary: The essay talks about the role of fate in the book by William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet. Concludes that no matter what the characters would have done, it would have still lead them to a tragic ending. Explores the concept of fate vs. free will.
Two "star-crossed" lovers start a journey against their parents' will, and the society they live in. Romeo and Juliet is an outstanding play by William Shakespeare, where the role of fate is more than just the ending; it is the beginning to the end. The characters foreshadowed their future looking at the stars and believing that the actions of the night will lead to tragic death.

Romeo Montague, at the beginning of the play, is dangerously in love with a female named Rosaline, and attends the Capulet feast only in the purpose of meeting her. But where fate came into play was how Romeo and his friend Benvolio found out about the feast. A Capulet servant asked Romeo and Benvolio to help him name people who are eligible to be invited for the feast. Romeo and Benvolio would have spent the night somewhere else...

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