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What is fate Fate is invisible colorless and odorless It is something that is around us all the time It is our destiny Fate is the chance of anything occurring to any body at any time Fate can result in negative or positive outcomes In the play Romeo and Juliet fate caused many troubles of love life and death Firstly fate caused the Capulet servant to ask Romeo if he could read the invitation to the Capulet Party The servant said to Romeo God gi go-den- I pray sir can you read 1259 Romeo reading the invitation is fate because he met Juliet at the party Juliet turned out to be Romeos true love for whom he ended up dying for in the end Therefore Romeo reading the invitation is an example of fate Another example of fate is when Tybalt killed Mercutio This act of violence caused Romeo to achieve revenge on Tybalt and kill him Next Romeo was banished for killing Tybalt If it were not for fate Romeo would have never been banished Fate caused the battle between Tybalt and Mercutio but it ended the war resulting in Romeos banishment Finally the last example of fate in Romeo and Juliet is when Friar John could not get to Mantua because of the plague Because he couldnt reach Mantua Romeo thought that Juliet was actually dead When Friar Lawrence found out that Romeo never received the letter he said worriedly Unhappy fortune By my brotherhood The letter was not nice but full of charge Of dear import and the neglecting it May do much danger Friar John go hence Get me an iron crow and bring it straight Unto my cell 5223-28 This caused Romeo to kill himself and then Juliet to kill herself If there was no plague Romeo would have found out that she was faking death Romeo and Juliet would have lived happily ever after but this
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