"Romeo and Juliet"
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This essay discusses William Shakespeare's play, "Romeo and Juliet". The essay particularly focuses on the characters of Romeo and Juliet and their fate. It argues that Romeo and Juliet suffer as victims of fate and not their own choices. It includes examples and quotes from the play to demonstrate this point.
From the Paper:"In most tragedies there is a villainous antagonist or supernatural agent that deliberately creates obstacles and difficult circumstances in an attempt to destroy or conquer the protagonist. Sometimes, as in Shakespeare's tragedies Macbeth and Hamlet, it is the protagonist's own tragic flaw that causes their demise. However, in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet there is no obvious villainous character or personal tragic flaw that leads to the untimely deaths of the two protagonists, rather fate is the opposing force in this tragedy."
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"Romeo and Juliet" (2006, December 28) Retrieved May 29, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/romeo-and-juliet-91395/
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