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Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

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Romeo & Juliet

Romeo and Juliet is written by William Shakespeare and it’s a tragedy about two young

lovers who are destined to be together.

Romeo and Juliet when they first saw each other; they fell in love at first sight. When Romeo saw Juliet, he knew immediately that he was in love with her. Even though they didn’t know each other that well, they felt the connection between them. It’s really surprising that they didn’t even have to talk to each other to know that they were in love.
Romeo and Juliet’s families keep fighting at each other and Romeo and Juliet couldn’t stand any of this. They ended up committing suicide, and this ended up in a tragic romance. In my opinion, I think that fate plays and important part in Romeo and Juliet.
However Romeo and Juliet have their own right to choose, they killed themselves because they were truly in love with each other.
I think that fate had some control in Romeo and Juliet’s meeting at the Capulet’s party.
A Capulet’s servant asked Romeo if he could read the invitation list, because he couldn’t read and then Romeo invited his friends at the party just because Romeo liked a girl, and he knew she was going to be there. He wasn’t looking for any other girl, he was just trying to make Rosaline love him. Also, when Benvolio convinced Romeo to go where he could meet beautiful women but Romeo wanted to prove him that no other girl was as beautiful as Rosaline. Romeo decided to go to the party just to prove Benvolio wrong.
It was fate that Romeo didn’t get the letter saying that Juliet was not dead and it was just poison; and that Romeo thought she was dead and ended up waking up too late.
Romeo loved Juliet so much that he was willing to risk his life just to be with her, even though Juliet was not dead, he committed suicide because he wanted to be with her in heaven.
Juliet’s father forced her to marry Paris, and she didn’t want to because she loved Romeo, she was desperate because they were going to get...

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