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By ending his life, Romeo feels he is “shak[ing] the yoke of inauspicious stars” from his “world-wearied flesh.”
Which of the following best expresses the meaning of that statement?
He is looking forward to joining Juliet in heaven.
He is escaping the feud and all of the trouble it caused.
He is disrupting the plans that were made for him.
He is leaving behind the burden of unlucky fate he has carried.
He is laying his body to rest.