V. iii - Kayley Pedrazzi

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  • "By urging me to fury. O be gone. By heaven I love thee better than myself, (V. iii. 38-39).  Romeo tells Paris to leave because he only wants to cause harm to himself and not anyone else.  Although Romeo grows more furious when Paris refuses to leave. 
  • Paris and Romeo fight outside the Capulet Monument. 
  • O, I am slain! If thou be merciful, open the tomb, lay me with Juliet, (V. iii. 45-46). Paris asks for Romeo to lay him to rest next to Juliet. 
  • Romeo drags Paris into the Monument so he could be next to the woman he was arranged to marry, Juliet. 
  • Romeo decides that his place of death will be next to Juliet so they could reconcile spiritually.  
  • "I still will stay with thee, and never from this palace of dim night depart again. Here, here, will I remain with worms that are thy chambermaids," (V.iii. 66-68).  Romeo drinks the poison and dies. 
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