The role of fate, chance, and coincidence within the play Romeo and Juliet
George Aberto once said "above anything else, fate is what brings lovers together." In Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet, fate, chance, and coincidence are all important to the development and eventually the conclusion of this tragedy. Without these three closely related themes the play would not have been able to make it out of the first act. These themes are pivotal to the development of the play and there are many instances where this is very obvious. These themes play a part in the feud between the Capulets and the Montagues, the invitation of Romeo to the ball, and the death of…
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