How do Romeo and Juliet’s characteristics lead them to their death? how can I prove or explain that it was their characteristics not fate that lead them to their sad ending

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Both Romeo and Juliet are impulsive. Romeo is the most impulsive. He is in "love" with Rosalind one minute, with Juliet the next. He agrees to marry within a short time of meeting Juliet. He is also secretive. He doesn't tell his parents or even his friends about his plans. If he had told Mercutio that he was married to Juliet, he would not have "shamed" Mercutio by refusing to fight Tybalt , and Mercutio would still have...

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