Romeo and Juliet

Explore two moments where Shakespeare makes the inevitability of what happens to Romeo and Juliet so dramatic.


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I think Romeo not getting the Friar's letter of instructions points to his plan unraveling and foreshadows the tragic end. Juliet threatening to kill herself in the Friar's cell also points to a tragic ending,

I long to die. If what thou speak'st speak not of remedy.