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The Causes of Tragedy in "Romeo and Juliet"

Summary: In "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakespere, Romeo and Juliet's deaths are caused by fate, the family feud, and the immature impulsiveness of the lovers.
The death of Romeo and Juliet was extremely tragic and catastrophic and I think cannot be caused by only one factor from the play. I think that the causes of their deaths were influenced by both fate, the feud between the families as well as the impulsiveness and haste of the lovers. Although, I think that the impulsiveness and haste of the characters of Romeo and Juliet seem to play the biggest role in the cause of the tragedy of their deaths. The way in which the play is acted out by the actors and the speech of the characters in the play all contribute to the understanding of why the death of Romeo and Juliet was so tragic. All of these aspects are shown in the play as well as the two film productions directed by Zefferelli and Luhramen.

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