Romeo and Juliet Essay | Fate in Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

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Fate in Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

Summary: Essay examines the role that Fate in plays in Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. Specifically, essay highlights elements of family, human nature and destiny and how they contribute to the fate of both Romeo and Juliet.
Fate is the supposed force, principal, power that determines events or unfavourable destiny; doom. Fate is often regarded as no more than a gag or a myth. An idea put in place by the unfortunate to give some explanation for their bleak situations, but in Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare, the satire that follows the somewhat ironic lives of the lovers seems to be out of their hands. The irony seems preordained. Romeo and Juliet somehow lose control over their lives, and another force takes over responsibility. Something supernatural; something to explain the seemingly fated events that affect the lives of the two adolescents. Romeo and Juliet are more victims of fate, than of human nature.

First of all, the relationship between Romeo and Juliet revolves around the central emotion of love, and traditionally, love does not end in death. Love...

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