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Romeo and Juliet Act Two Summary Ceasar
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Prologue Romeo has forgotten about Rosaline. Juliet is now the object of Romeo's "love". They fell in love based on looks. Since they are supposed to be enemies, it will be difficult for them to see each other. But, they will find a way to be together.
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Scene One Setting: a wall by Capulet's orchard Immediately after the party, Romeo goes to the Capulet's backyard. He says that he can't leave when his heart is still there; he needs to be around Juliet. Mercutio and Benvolio are looking for Romeo. Benvolio saw him go by the wall, but doesn't know where Romeo went. Neither of them know that Romeo is pursuing Juliet.
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Mercutio makes fun of Romeo and how he allows love to affect him. He tells Romeo to recite corny poetry and sigh. He's trying to make Romeo come out by talking about Rosaline. They finally give up and go home.
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Scene Two Setting: Capulet's orchard (backyard) The famous balcony scene Romeo sees Juliet in her window and is almost speechless, but then he begins a soliloquy describing how beautiful she is. He always compares her to some kind of light. "Juliet is the sun!"
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