In death Romeo and Juliet are united. A major theme among this play was the recurrent discussion of death and fate.
The first time fate foretells the future was before the Capulet ball. Many tragedies that occurred were intended to happen, for instance, when Tybalt was killed by Romeo. The challenge causes the banishment of Romeo, which produces much grieving by Juliet and For.
There is often some sort of greater power at play in tragedies, like fate. When writing new novels or plays, authors rely on the ideas and storylines of other pieces to give their piece more meaning or direction.
Why did Hitler get elected. Fate in fact has a decisive role in the events of the play; it is a series of rapid coincidental events, which lead to the final tragedy. Juliet, one lover, has mentors that fail her in the play because of their ignorance of her emotional needs and growing independence as a teenager.
The play begins with the street brawl between members of two powerful families of Verona: the Montagues and the Capulets.
In every copy sold there has been an underlying question.