Capulet and the nurse betrays Juliet insisting that Paris is a fine gentlemen

Capulet and the nurse betrays juliet insisting that

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Capulet and the nurse betrays Juliet insisting that Paris is a fine gentlemen and is worthy of her hand . Juliet orders the nurse to leave and prepares to visit Friar Lawrence to ask for advice. As the nurse leaves Juliet calls her an ancient damnation.
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Act 4 scene 1 Paris has stopped by Friar Laurence's church to make plans for his upcoming marriage to Juliet. Friar tells Juliet his idea. He knows of a potion that will make Juliet appear as if she is dead for "two and forty hours." (42 hours). Everyone would thinks Juliet is dead, the Friar explains, she won't have to marry Paris. Then he and Romeo can come to the tomb and wait for her to wake up, and then she and Romeo can go to Mantua to get married. Friar tells Juliet he’d send a letter to Romeo.
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Act 4 scene 2 Juliet comes home,” humbled”. She apologizes to her father, Old Capulet, and says she'll marry Paris. Old Capulet is overjoyed and decides the marriage will take place the next day, even if he has to stay up all night making preparations.
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Act 4 scen e 3 Juliet convinces the Nurse and Lady Capulet to leave her alone, then takes out the potion the Friar gave her. She worries for a brief moment that it might be real poison, and then freaks herself out by imagining what it'll be like to awake surrounded by the fresh corpse of her cousin Tybalt. She drinks the potion, making sure to fall on to the bed instead of dropping awkwardly onto the floor.
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Act 4 scen e 4 Everyone is bustling around cheerfully trying to get things ready for the wedding that morning. No one has realized yet that the bride has a serious case of cold feet.
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Act 4 scene 5 When the Nurse comes to wake Juliet up in the morning, she discovers the girl dead. Then the Friar shows up and takes action, telling them to take Juliet to the tomb.
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Act 5 scene 1 Romeo wakes up feeling good. He has just had a dream in which Juliet found him dead, but then kissed him back to life. Romeo's servant Balthasar arrives with the news from Verona. There's no good way to say this: Juliet's dead. Romeo immediately decides that he has to go to Juliet's grave and commit suicide there. Romeo heads for Verona
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Act 5 scene 2 Friar Lawrence ended up giving the letter to his friend Friar John, who ended up forgetting the deliver the letter. Friar Lawrence goes off to the tomb thinking he'll have to wake Juliet alone
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scene 3 Romeo approaches Juliet’s tomb. He sees Paris there tossing flowers. Romeo is then challenged by Paris. Paris is killed Romeo then drinks the poison and dies Juliet awakens and realizes that Romeo is dead She grabs a dagger and kills herself After the death of them both, the Montagues and the Capulets soon settle their dispute.
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Love Young, irresponsible love perfectly represents Romeo and Juliet love for each other. Their love is based on their youthful minds and how naïve they are to the world. Upon meeting once, they believe they are soulmates without having developed a deeper relationship. Romeo and Juliet isolated themselves in their own world where they are together without measuring the consequences it may cause their families. Although they have a strong
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