Romeo and Juliet Essay | Student Essay

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Great Tragedies of the Shakespearean Time

Summary: Is it fate or misfortune that Romeo and Juliet go through complications in their love? What qualities or character flaws might have caused some of this?
In the story of Romeo and Juliet, tragedies befall these two characters almost one after another. In this case you really wonder if it is just misfortune, fate or of their own doing. I believe that some of this tragedy is due to some of their character flaws as most tragedies are caused by. Some character flaws of Romeo and Juliet include being young and reckless, impulsive, and drastic.

It is true that some misfortune falls under some chance, but being young can also make a person reckless. Romeo and Juliet are at the ages of 14 and 18, which makes them teenagers feeling that every time they feel something towards a member of the opposite sex that they are in love. Romeo gets himself into trouble even if his friends warned him or if he knows what the consequences are. An example of his recklessness...

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