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How Does Fate Play an Important Part in Shakespeare's Play Romeo and Juliet?

Summary: Fate and fortune are closely related in this play. In the Elizabethan era people strongly believed in superstition, fate, destiny and the wheel of fortune. People believed they had no influence in their life as everything was already planned out.
William Shakespeare is a popular and legendary play Wright from the a Elizabethan era. Shakespeare's plays have stood the test and time and still appeal to audiences today. He wrote classics such as `Romeo and Juliet`, `Macbeth' and `The Taming of the Shrew`. Shakespeare was a incredibly popular play Wright during Elizabeth I reign as Queen of England and at this time Britain was a Christian country . The English had a very poor opinion of their own language and their was very little serious writing, hardly any literature, Shakespeare was educated at a local grammar school and went on to become one of the worlds most successful play wrights. He also wrote two long poems and a collections of sonnets, that appealed to Elizabeth I, a great admirer of Shakespeare's work. His plays were a variety of...

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