Romeo and Juliet Act 4
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Paris and Friar are talking about Juliet and Paris's upcoming marriage. Friar Laurence is unsure about it, because he knows Juliet's feelings. He tries to tell Paris, but then Juliet bursts into the room. Her and Paris have a short exchange, after which Paris gives her a big ol' kiss, and leaves.
After Paris leaves, Juliet begs Paris for help, and if he can't help her, she'll kill herself. Friar Laurence is her only hope before death, because Romeo's banishment is way worse than death for her.
Friar develops a plan: a poison that will make Juliet dead-like for 42 hours. Juliet is willing to go along with the plan, because she would rather die than marry Paris. Juliet has to go home, act happy, and then drink the poison alone, and Friar's task is to update Romeo. They agree and part.
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