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Are Romeo and Juliet destroyed by fate, by their own flaws, by the flaws of others, or by a combination of factors?

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    I think it's a combination. What do you think?

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    I kept thinking it was that because they werent destroyed by the flaws of others or fate. Thanks Ms. Sue

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