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ACT II SCENE 2
I have no joy of this contract tonight. It is too rash, too unadvised, too sudden
ACT II SCENE 3
For this alliance may so happy prove To turn your households' rancor to pure love.
ACT II SCENE 4
Good Peter, give her her fan to hide her face. Her fan is prettier than her face.
This scene takes place on the balcony right after the party. Romeo vows to change his name for Juliet and both of them share their love for each other. However, Juliet fears the exchange of promises and the craziness of it all, because of how it is too sudden and not much thinking is going through this.
This scene is when Romeo talks to Friar Lawrence about his love for Juliet and their marriage. Fiar Lawrence questions Romeo about his sudden change with love but agrees to marry them because it may fix the family feud.
This scene is when Romeo, Mercutio, and Benvolio make fun of the nurse as she tries to talk to Romeo about Juliet. The nurse asks Peter for a fan and Mercutio makes fun of her about how she needs to cover her face with a fan because she is ugly.
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