Comparing Fate In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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Inference: Notice how Shakespeare writes about the County on one line, and then about Romeo on the line directly below it, symbolizing how the Nurse sees Romeo as inferior, or less than Paris. Juliet’s caregiver, who was once a strong advocate for the young man, now expresses how Romeo is a “dishclout” in comparison to the other “lovely gentleman.” Her mind has changed on a dime, but this not entirely her fault, as she is a subject of fate’s ultimate control. Though Romeo’s name is below Paris’, they are only one line apart, symbolizing how fate can completely change the mindset of a human (the Nurse) with just a single, small adjustment in the stars. This force possesses so much power that even the slightest modification in one’s path can
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