Act IV.i Cameron and Simon
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Who can help me in this time of need ...
P:Are you ready for the "big day" tomorrow? J:Yeah, I mean I guess
O Friar help! I can not marry Paris
"Hold,daughter.I do spy a kind of hope which craves as desperate execution as that is separate which we would prevent.If rather then to marry County Paris,thou hast the strength of will to slay thyself," -IV.i.50-54
Well how may this plan take place
"Tomorrow night look that thou lie alone let not the nurse lie with thee in thy chamber take thou this vile,being then in bed,and this distilling liquor drink thou off when presently through all thy veins shall run a cold and drowsy humor,for no pulse shall keep his native progress but surcease no warmth,no breath,shall testify thou livest.the roses and thy lips and cheeks shall fade.Each part shall and stiff and stark and cold,Appear like death. And in this borrow'd likeness of shrunk death Thou shalt continue two and forty hours.And then awake as from a pleasant sleep." IV.i.64-78
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