ROMEO n' JULIET - 1. "The sweetest honey Is...

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Literature Circle Act 2, Scene 6 "Romeo and Juliet" Summary: (Asyifa P.) While Romeo meeting with Priest Friar Laurence in his church waiting for his love to come, the priest tried to convince Romeo not to rush things up as people who run always trip. However, due to his passionate love, none of the priest words came across his mind. And Juliet was no better than him when she finally arrived. Romeo and Juliet could barely keep their hands off of each other even though the priest was standing next to them. Therefore the priest finally invite Romeo and Juliet to got married so they would not do anymore sin. Questions: (Asyifa P.)
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Unformatted text preview: 1. "The sweetest honey Is loathsome in his own deliciousness, And in the taste confounds the appetite." (Friar Lawrence) What does the quote above mean? 2. How can Romeo and Juliet get married without their parents' permission? 3. How many people know of their marriage at this point ? Connection: (Kunwoo K.) "do thou but close our hands with holy words,Then love devouring death do what he dares. it is enough i may but call her mine" My experience is not about love, however, I once really wanted a computer mouse. Therefore I prayed to my mom out loud to buy me the mouse like Romeo pray. Illustration: (Kunwoo K.)...
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