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Title: Fate on Juliet in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

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Subject: Shakespeare
Author: Anonymous
Date: February 1, 2017
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 8 / 2240
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The play is about how she discovers love, loses love, and grows up over a very short period before her ill-fated death. Romeo and Juliet is very much the story of a girl becoming a woman. She acts as the protagonist of the play because she is the main character that the audience watches while she matures and people want her to be content...

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K. Carey, M. A., author of "Cliffs Notes of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet," states, "...the play, for all purposes is hers [Juliet's]- a thirteen year-old girl, discovering love, being loved, then abruptly being, according to her nurse, as good as widowed..." He makes a very good point about the main events in the play that revolve around Juliet...

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