Romeo And Juliet Fate Quotes

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Fate is something we cannot control for it is a higher power than any of us. William Shakespeare wrote “Romeo and Juliet” which is a play about two Italian families who hate each other but whose children have fallen in love. Romeo and Juliet’s tragedy was due to fate, all the events that weren't by choice so the tragedy was made to happen. It was set in stone and no one could do anything about it.
One reason that the tragedy was due to fate was because at the very beginning, Romeo met a servant of the Capulet family asking Romeo to read something for him. If Romeo hadn't met that servant, he wouldn’t have heard about the Capulets having a party tonight, him going and seeing Juliet. In Act 1 Scene 3, The servant says to Romeo “Now I'll tell you without asking. 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. Rest you merry!” In this quote, the Servant is saying that there will be a party at the Capulet's house. The Servant adds that “if you be not of the house of Montagues” meaning that if you are not a Montague, you are free to go. This quotation is important because the servant didn’t realize that it was in fact a Montague that he was speaking to and invited Romeo to the …show more content…

They would think this because tybalt chooses to fight mercutio and the Prince chooses not to execute Romeo, but banish him instead. However, this does not prove free will because Tybalt ran into Mercutio and Benvolio while trying to find Romeo and when Tybalt finds Romeo, he doesn’t want to fight so Mercutio fights for Romeo. This ends up getting himself slain by Tybalt and then Romeo avenges Mercutio and kills Tybalt. This leads to the Capulets hearing this and wanting to execute Romeo, but the prince banishes him instead. The text shows us that it’s fate when it shows us

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