9. Sc. 2, Lines 85–106: Why does Juliet tell Romeo that she feels embarrassed? What does she say he would see if it were not so dark? Explain what she means in lines 102–104 when she says “I should have been more strange, I must confess,/ But that thou overheardst, ere I was ware,/ My true love’s passion.” How might Juliet’s candor affect the progress of their relationship?10. Sc. 2, Lines 109–141: Why doesn’t Juliet want Romeo to swear his love to her by the moon? Why does Juliet compare their love to lightning in lines 118–120? What does this comparison reveal about her feelings? What does Romeo say that conveys a similar idea?11. Sc. 2, Lines 142–149: What does Juliet demand from Romeo? What motivates this request onJuliet’s part?12. Sc. 2, Lines 187–190: Why is Romeo going to see Friar Laurence? Explain what is revealed by his action.13. Sc. 3, Lines 1–22: What idea does the friar convey with the contradictory statements in his speech in lines 9–20? What earlier statements in the play do Friar Laurence’s contradictions echo?
14. Sc. 3, Lines 1–22: What warning does the friar give about the qualities of both people and plants? How might this warning function as foreshadowing?15. Photograph: What ideas about the relationship between the friar and Romeo can be inferred from this photograph? Explain.16. Sc. 3, Lines 31–40: Explain the dramatic irony the friar expresses in lines 39–40.