Essay heading: Fate Playing a Role

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Go there and with unattainted eye compare her face with some that I show, and I will make thee think thy swan a crow. (Shakespeare “Romeo and Juliet” 46) In the quote Benvolio is trying to tell Romeo that there will be other beautiful girls at the party that he can compare their looks with Rosaline’s and he says that Romeo will realize there are better girls than Rosaline in the world...
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Romeo ends up going to the party and seeing Juliet, which is also fated. Romeo could have fallen in love with any girl at the party. But would the other girl have died for him and made the story meaningful like it is. According to Wilson, An ancient feud breaks forth anew, involving in its course two lovers whose destiny it is to be sacrificed to the healing of their families strife…The pathos is that the lovers’ sacrifice is inescapable; their love is death-mark’d; they are star-cross’d, fated to die in the fifth act...
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