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Imagine if Mercutio retold Romeo and Juliet from his perspective.
Considering his personality and point of view, what is one example of a lesson Mercutio might teach through his narrative?
There is nothing you can do to change your course; fate is in control.
It is better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all.
Fear and cowardice is worse than death.
Chase your dreams so that you do not die disappointed.
Happiness is nearly impossible to attain.