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"Fortune's fool" is a phrase made famous by Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet. It refers to someone who is subject to the whims of fate and appears to be controlled by chance or luck, often to their detriment. It implies that the person is unaware of their own role in shaping their destiny.

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