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In Roman times, if one had to kill oneself, and one was a real man, one did it with a dagger. What does Juliet's death demonstrate? an inversion of the masculine/feminine normative disparate points on the continuum of "normative adult life" the paradox that one must have lived to die Friar Laurence's failure to instill gender norms in Juliet

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