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  • (4.3.15-16)
  • "I have a faint cold feel thrills through my veins That almost freezes up the heat of life."
  • (4.1.51-52)
  • " Tell me not, Friar, that thou hear'st of this,  unless thou tell me how I may prevent it"
  • (4.4.26)
  • "Go waken Juliet. Go and trim her up."
  • What the quote that Juliet says above means that Juliet at first is extremely afraid of taking the potion and doesn't want to do it. Juliet later goes on to realize that she does want to do it and she ends up taking the liquid from the vial.
  • (4.5.36-38) & (4.5.28-29)
  • "Death lies upon her like an untimely frost upon the sweetest flower of all time."
  • Juliet's tone when talking to Friar Lawrence was stressed and annoyed. She is feeling those ways due to the fact she is supposed to marry Paris, otherwise she is going to get kicked out of the house. The quote " Tell me not, Friar, that thou hear'st of this,  unless thou tell me how I may prevent it." That shows Juliet is annoyed because the reader can interpret it is sort of a fed up tone.
  • (4.2.25-26)
  • "Death, that hath ta'en her hence to make me wail, Ties up my tongue and will not let me speak"
  • The quote above is an example of dramatic irony. It is dramatic irony because Capulet tells the nurse to go get Juliet from her room to get ready for the wedding. However, Capulet does not know that Juliet is dead which is why that part is an example of dramtic irony.
  • (4.3.40-41)
  • "Where for these many hundred years the bones Of all my buried ancestors are packed"
  • Lord Capulet personifies death as being Paris after Juliet died. He says that death is what Juliet married and that death would be his heir and inherit all of his goods and riches. The quote above is when Capulet means that Juliet was a little flower and she is hit unfortunately and without choice with death. 
  • The character that I would blame for all of the mistake that have happened is Lord Capulet. I think Lord Capulet is to blame because if he wouldn't have made Juliet marry Paris in the first place none of this would happen. "Send for the county. Go tell him of this. I'll have this knot knit up tomorrow morning." That quote is from when Lord Capulet makes things even worse yet and moves the wedding up. If it weren't for Lord Capulet none of the mistakes would happen.
  • Juliet in this part describes the scene with a lot of imagery and a lot of imagery is used throughout the story to help the readers picture what is happening in the story. In this part Juliet describes the skeletons and bones as being yellow and creepy.
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