Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

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Many people believe in it others but whether or not you think it’s real it is because it affects everything around us like people dying and others falling in love. Fate had a huge impact on William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet play, fate was the one who brought the two of them together in the first place. When these two meet it will be the same way they die, by fate. With the death of these two young people there is only one thing to blame which is fate.
When Romeo and Juliet meet it is not just a coincidence, a serving man runs into Romeo and Benvolio and the serving man does not know of these two being Montagues and tells them about the Capulet’s party, “My master is the great rich Capulet ,and if you be not /of the house of Montagues I pray come and crush a / cup of wine" (I ii, 86-88). Fate was the one who made the young men run into this servant. It was meant to happen for these two, to be invited to the party and meet the love of his life. . Before Romeo attends the Capulet party he says, "Some consequence yet hanging in the stars / shall bitterly begin this fearful date" (I...
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