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In the tragedy Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare fate is a main theme between the main characters Romeo and Juliet The fate of the star crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet is their unfortunate deaths that occur due to their families aversion The hate between the families is liable for the deaths of their precious joys in many different occurring cases The Montagues and Capulets have a long hate for each other and due to the fact that Romeo is a Montague and Juliet is a Capulet they are unable to see each other Romeo and Juliets love is so strong nothing can pull them apart The reason the hate of the families is to blame for their death is because their love is unbreakable and they are determined to be together Romeo and Juliet represent this because even though they are from opposite families they get married anyways Since they are not allowed to be together they see each other at night when they are alone Also the only other place they can be together is the Capulets tomb To be in the tomb you have to be dead Romeo kills himself to be with Juliet whom he thinks is dead If there were no hate between the families Romeo and Juliet would be able to see each other freely without the consequence of death The families hate is portrayed as Two households both alike in dignity From ancient grudge break to new mutiny where civil blood makes civil hands unclean Prologue 1-4 Due to the fact that in the prologue there is information given that there is a strong hate between the two families the Montagues and The Capulets foreshadows something bad will occur in the future effecting both families Also said in the prologue A pair of star crossed lovers take their life represents death between lovers that may not love because
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