Fate In William Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

Romeo and Juliet a remarkable play presented in the 15th century by William Shakespeare. Even though, this was a tragic play and among Shakespeare’s most popular productions during his lifetime and most frequently performed play. This piece was introduced to the world in the early career of Shakespeare about two young star-crossed lovers whose deaths came across at the end. Shakespeare has produced this extraordinary drama with full intense of romance between the two young lovers. However, he still creates certain concerns for the spectators while the main characters Romeo and Juliet took their lives at the end, as of numerous reasons. These fundamental causes that led to the tragic ending of this emotionally charged story were, the conflict …show more content…
Shakespeare had his own way of referring to fate where he uses stars the metaphor of fate to give a better picture to the spectators. The main incident that indicates fate in this play is when Lord Capulet orders his servant to invite the entire guest he wrote it down on the sheet of paper to the party. Unfortunately, the servant was uneducated and he was unable to read the list. He then bumps into Romeo and Benvolio and asks them for help. Romeo reads the list for the servant where, Benvolio tells Romeo to sneak into the party, to see if his Rosaline matches up the other beauties attending. If this had never happened, Romeo and Juliet would have never seen each other and they would have never fallen in love. Fate plays another role into the lives of both the lovers, when Romeo got the banishment from Verona. If Romeo had never killed Tybalt and he was not banished the story would not have concluded in their death. Romeo and Juliet had a chance to live happily but could not as the Friar Laurence’s plan to cancel Juliet’s wedding with Paris went wrong. Laurance’s plan was going precisely until the letter sent by Friar Laurance did not reach Romeo before Abraham Montagues servant who told Romeo about Juliet’s death. Failure of Laurence’s plan played a significant role in deaths of the two lovers. Fate did play specific important roles into the incidents happened in the drama however, Romeo’s character had also …show more content…
Laurence was also an Advisor for Romeo however; his contribution in this play had led to the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. This contribution was the plan to cancel Juliet’s wedding with Paris. Romeo who was not aware of Laurence’s plan thinks that Juliet is dead as Abraham said to Romeo, “Her body sleeps in capel’s monument.” This builds an unawareness between the two lovers, who took away their lives thinking that Juliet took away her life for Romeo, who drinks the poison for Juliet as to live with her in the afterlife. Tybalt who was to be the most hatred towards the Montagues and his actions towards the rivals in this play gets consequences for the two families. These causes included, Juliet’s love have to leave Verona and in the other hand Romeo losing his best friend Mercutio. Those actions took Tybalt to an unwanted conclusion of death from Romeo’s hands. Paris had also contributed to the events in the play that led to deaths of the two star-crossed lovers. Paris who wanted to marry Juliet from start had a lot in the mind however, when lord Capulet decided to marry Juliet with Paris, which than led to the Friar Laurance’s plan while Juliet did not wanted to marry Paris. If Paris had withdrawn from pledging his troth Juliet after knowing that she loves Romeo then she did not have to use Friar Laurence’s plan to cancel the

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