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The Downfall of Romeo and Juliet

Summary: In William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet, the deaths of Romeo and Juliet are a result of the choices they both make. Romeo and Juliet risked their lives just to be with each other, they attempted to defy their fate, and lastly they sacrificed their own life.
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Miss smith

ENG-1D1

27 May 2005

The Downfall of Romeo and Juliet

The word "choice," as defined in The Merriam-Webster Dictionary, means "to select from a number of possible alternatives or to decide upon and pick out." Every choice has a consequence either good or bad, and we must accept them. In William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet, the deaths of Romeo and Juliet are a result of the choices they both make. Romeo and Juliet risked their lives just to be with each other, they attempted to defy their fate, and lastly they sacrificed their own life.

Romeo and Juliet both risked their lives just to be with each other, The Capulet family sees Romeo as an enemy because he belongs to the rival Montague family, but in the eyes of young Juliet, Romeo is the man of her dreams. Juliet says...

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