By claiming to be “fortunes’ fool,” is Romeo denying responsibility for his actions in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet?
Romeo is not necessarily denying responsibility for his choices or actions when he says, "O, I am fortune's fool!" (III.i.134). Here, Romeo is recognizing that he fell for temptation when he went into a fit of rage after Mercutio 's death and ends up killing...
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