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This part of the scene shows prose since none of the lines rhyme.
"They call for dates and quinces in the pastry"
Capulet is very impatient and angry trying to finish the wedding preparations.
"Now fellow, What is there?"
This part of the scene shows dramatic irony because the audience knows that in the next scene when the Nurse goes to wake up Juliet she will be "dead" but the characters do not know this.
"Go waken Juliet. Go trim her up. Ill go and chat with Paris. Hie make haste, Make haste. The bridegroom he is come already. Make haste I say"
The Nurse and the Capulet's are getting ready for the wedding.
Capulet is speaking to the servingmen.
Capulet is telling the Nurse to wake Juliet up because Paris has arrived.
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