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Blame for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet can be pointed in several different directions Not only characters were accountable for the calamity Three main non-human contributors to the tragedy were fate impulsiveness and time Fate played a part in Romeos banishment from Mantua His absence from the scene set a clear path for Paris to pursue his love interest Romeos impulsive behaviour guided him to make the decision to end his life after hearing the news of Juliets death Time was sped up when Old Capulet decided to bring Juliets wedding forward a day All these points were main contributors towards the tragedy in Romeo and Juliet Many of the misfortunes that occur during the play are blamed on fate chance coincidence and luck The lovers may not have met if it was not for coincidence An illiterate servant stumbled upon Romeo asking him to read an invitation What names the writing person hath here writ I must to the learned Iii 42-43 Luckily enough it happened to be an invitation to the Capulet ball This brought forward the quick dismissal of Rosaline Romeos past love interest and the introduction of Juliet the rich jewel Iv 45 Romeos presence at the ball brought up conflict with Tybalt who quickly recognised him as the enemy His pride was wounded when his uncle told him that Romeo shall be endurd Iv 76 This provoked a duel between the two I hate hell all Montagues and thee Ii 65 It was only by chance Mercutio was killed under Romeos arm Tybalt had intended to kill Romeo Romeo didnt want to fight Tybalt as they were now cousins I love thee better than thou canst devise IIIi 66 Mercutio blamed Romeo for coming between them Why the devl came you between us IIIi 98 However Romeo blamed fate for the incidents declaring I am fortunes fool IIIi 132 Fate was held responsible for both the love
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