Essay heading: 'Romeo And Juliet' - Values And The Human Condition (Also A Bit On Donne'S 'The Sunne Rising')

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In fact, the seemingly ill-timed coincidences which lead to the death of Romeo and Juliet are also most important factor bringing the ideas of fate and inevitability into the play. The idea of fate was greatly valued in Shakespeare’s Elizabethan society as the greater majority of the population were Christian...
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The Christian religion provided order and meaning to the Elizabethan society through the supposed existence of a higher power, which brought along the ideas of predestination and fate. Today, the idea of faith would raise a lot of questions as the value of fate relies very heavily on one’s personal opinion...
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