The Tragedy of Romeo & Juliet

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Act 5 Scene 3

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  • Paris & Page
  • Give me your torch, boy. Go away and stay apaart from me. Do as I tell you!
  • (To himself) I am almost afraid to stand alone here in the graveyard, but I'll take the risk.
  • Romeo & Balthasar
  • Swear on your life you will not bother me, but if you get curious and spy on me, I will kill you!
  • I'll go sir and not bother you.
  • Romeo Kills Paris
  • Are you going to provoke me? Alright, let's fight, boy!
  • Oh, I've been killed!
  • The audience feels suprised and sad. This seen demonstrates unrequited love. From this part of the scene, we find out that Paris loved Juliet.
  • Romeo Kills Himself
  • The language in this part helps the audience see that Romeo has turned into a madman. This scene demonstrates depression. From this part of the scene, we can see that Romeo want to be alone.
  • Juliet Wakes Up
  • What's this here! It's a cup, closed in my ture love's hand? Poison, I see, has been the cause of his death. How rude!He didn't leave any to help me afterward.
  • The language in this part helps the audience see that Romeo and Paris are about to fight. This scene demonstates courage. From this part of the scene, we find out that Paris dies.
  • Juliet Kills Herself
  • Oh, good, a sheath. Rust inside my body and let me die!
  • The audience knows that Romeo wants to kill himself. This scene demonstrates suicide. From this part of the scene, we find out that Romeo is dead.
  • Come, bitter poison come, unsavory guide! You desperate pilot, let's crash this se-weary ship into the rocks! Here's to my love!
  • The language from thsi part helps the audience see that Juliet wishes to die. This scene demonstrates sadness. From this part of the scene, we find out that Juliet is going to kill herself.
  • The audience knows that Juliet wants to die. This scene demonstrates suicide. From this part of the scene, we find out that Juliet is dead.
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