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The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet was a result of freewill Since the beginning of the play Rome did everything he could to see Juliet even though he knows that she is a Capulet That made the Capulet family angry and they wish for Romeos death Blood is shredded though out the play as the result of emotions taking over and the hatred that surrounds both Romeo and Juliet Neither did Romeo or Juliet think before they acted they let emotions take over Many lost their lives because of that The theme of freewill is present in the play through Romeos actions that were cause by emotions and the hatred that surrounds both familiesTo begin Shakespeare develops the theme of freewill through Romeos actions that were caused by emotions Romeo allows his emotions to get the best of him and commits drastic decisions In the beginning of Act 3 Romeo kills Tybalt because he is infuriated that Tybalt killed Mercutio Romeo Either thou or I or both must go with him 31134 He lets rage take over him which makes him kill Tybalt As the result of that Juliet then cries in sorrow because Romeo killed her cousin and because she isnt going to be able to see Romeo again because he is banished from Verona Once Capulet and Lady Capulet see their daughter in her heaviness they decide to arrange a wedding for Juliet and County Paris If Romeo hadnt killed Tybalt nothing would have changed Another moment where Rome lets his emotion make actions for him is when Balthasar delivers the news that Juliet has died he decides to commit suicide He doesnt ask how it happened or go to Verona and figure out if its true or not He lets his love for Juliet kill himFurthermore Shakespeare also develops the theme of freewill though the hatred between the Montague family and the Capulet family They have despised each other for years and
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