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Romeo and Juliet
A summary of the major themes of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Exploring the themes of love, fate and destiny.
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William Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ is mainly concerned with the theme of Fate. This lone theme drives the play while incorporating such concepts as those of Love, Hate, Law and Male Honour. The theme of Love enters the play through ...
... actions but didn’t listen to his conscience but listened to his heart. With young love involved, following your heart can be dangerous but especially dangerous when you are not in control of what happens. Fate Is.
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