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A tragedy is defined as a serious play in which the chief character experiences a reversal of fortunes for the worse. To define the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare uses the supernatural force of fate. For example, Romeo and Juliet’s double suicide is a direct result of fate. If Friar John had delivered Friar Lawrence’s letter to Romeo in Mantua on time, no deaths would have occurred in the final graveyard scene...
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To define the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare uses the supernatural force of fate. For example, Romeo and Juliet’s double suicide is a direct result of fate. If Friar John had delivered Friar Lawrence’s letter to Romeo in Mantua on time, no deaths would have occurred in the final graveyard scene...
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