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Title: Fate Playing a Role

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Subject: Shakespeare
Author: Sa ikuga
Date: July 1, 2009
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But would the other girl have died for him and made the story meaningful like it is. According to Wilson, An ancient feud breaks forth anew, involving in its course two lovers whose destiny it is to be sacrificed to the healing of their families strife…The pathos is that the lovers’ sacrifice is inescapable; their love is death-mark’d; they are star-cross’d, fated to die in the fifth act...

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(Wilson 478) The two quotes by Wilson are important because they show the reason why Romeo and Juliet have to meet. The tragic story is a form of cruel fate because the lovers have to die because of their family’s bitter hatred towards each other. (Shalvi 512) Although it is not fair, things happen for a reason...

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