What Does Romeo Mean When He Says " I Am Fortune's Fool" When He Kills Tybalt? (Romeo And Juliet)


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Randi Watt answered
He means he has awful luck.
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Anonymous answered
I think he meant that his fortune, was being with Juliet and he is referring to himself as a fool because he killed Tybalt and therefore, he is banned from Verona. His fortune is being with lovely Juliet and fool is for killing Tybalt.
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Bhone Moe answered
That mean he was just fool by fortune. He was great because of fortune but when he became great , the fortune drag him down.

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