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The tragic deaths in Romeo and Juliet captivate the eyes of many people William Shakespeare writes about the hasty deaths of two young adults whose rash decisions cause their untimely deaths Although many people argue the deaths in the play are fated any of them could be avoided if the characters made the accurate choicesThe deaths in Romeo and Juliet all occur due to the freewill of each characterFirst of all Tyblats death is chosen by Romeo Romeo makes the decision to avenge Mercutios murder When Romeo talks about Mercutios death he says to Tybalt either you or I or both must go with Mercutio Shakespeare3134 This reveals that Romeo makes the decision to fight with Tybalt After the fight Benvolio states that Romeo kills Tybalt with his own hand 3157 Romeo has control of his own actions thus proving that freewill causes Tybalts murderNext Romeo chooses to kill himself when he hears of Juliets death When Balthazar tells Romeo the news he exclaims well Juliet I will lie with thee tonight 5134 Romeo willingly plans his suicide He buys a poison to kill himself which is completely of his own doing When Romeo arrives at the graveyard with the poisonhe says here I will remain53108 Romeo makes the choice to kill himself to remain with Juliet for eternity He can choose to stay alive even after hearing of her death but makes a decision not to The grief was too much for him to endureFinally Juliet also choses to kill herself when she sees her finds her lover dead Upon seeing this Juliet says that she will never depart from the tomb 53160 Shakespeare reveals to the audience that Juliet wishes to remain with her beloved She intends to die there with Romeo Right before she stabs herself she exclaimslet me die 53170 The suicide is evidence of Juliets will to die and her
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