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The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is the most famous love story ever written But this love had a fatal flaw it had to end with death Now people can argue either way why they died was it fate of free will But maybe a more important question is why they had to die In the death of Romeo and Juliet its true that free will did have a remarkably small part The fact that they decided to get married in the first place presented many problems A chose that Juliet made was to take the sleeping potion given to her by Friar Laurence It was supposed to make sleep for 42 hour but it was also going to give the elution that Juliet was dead Romeo was going to hear about the whole plan form Friar Laurence through a letter 558 Another account of free will during the play was when Romeo decided to go to Juliet in Verona after being banished He decided to go to Verona because of the news he received form Baltasar about Juliet lying dead in the Capulet tomb When Romeo hear the news he responded with the following Well Juliet I will lay with thee tonight 572 The fact that free will didnt kill these two star - crossed lovers leaves fate as the murder Fate first kicked in when their eyes first met at the Capulet party They spoke they wooed contentment was flouting through the air 503 But that happiness didnt last long the reason for this was the fight that sparked between Mercutio Tybalt and Romeo During the course of the fight Tybalt killed Mercutio then Romeo killed Tybalt in anger Benvolio explains what happened that afternoon to the Prince Underneath whose arm an envious thrust from Tybalt hit the life of stout Mercutio and then Tybalt fled but by and by came back to Romeo who
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