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  • Act 4, Scene 1
  • Juliet: "O, bid me leap, rather than marry Paris, from off the battlements of any tower, or walk in thievish ways, or bid me lurk where serpents are." 
  • Friar Lawrence: "If, rather than to marry County Paris, thou hast the strength to slay thyself, then it is likely thou wilt undertake a thing like death to chide away this shame, that cops't with death himself to 'scape from it; and if though darest, I'll give thee remedy." 
  • Act 4, Scene 2
  • Juliet: " Pardon, I beseech you. Henceforward I am ever ruled by you." 
  • Capulet: "Send for the County. Go tell him of this. I'll have this knot knit up tomorrow morning."
  • Act 4, Scene 3
  • Juliet: "Farewell,- god knows when we shall meet again. I have a faint cold fear thrills through my veins that almost freezes up the heat of life."
  • Paris leaves and Juliet tells Friar Lawrence how much she does not want to marry Paris. After threatening to commit suicide, the Friar offers Juliet a plan. He gives her a potion that she will take and make her look dead. He promises that when she awakes in the vault, Romeo will be there to see her. This scene is important because it shows how much Juliet wants to see her dear Romeo.
  • Act 4, Scene 4
  • Is everything prepared?
  • Capulet is getting ready to prepare for the wedding on Thursday when Juliet enters and pretends to accept the marriage to Paris. Capulet is so persuaded by this news that he moves the wedding to tomorrow. This is important because it shows how willing Juliet is to see Romeo
  • Act 4, Scene 5
  • Oh dear! Juliet are you okay?!
  • Juliet sends her mother and the nurse away for the night. She expresses the fears she has with this plan, but she forgets her fears and drinks the potion given to her by the Friar. This scene is important because Juliet is sacrificing her life just to get out of the marriage with Paris and stay with Romeo
  • Act 4, Scene 6
  • Capulet is speaking to the servants making sure they have everything ready for the wedding. When he asked what they had, and one of the servants told him he got logs for the wedding. Scene 4 is important because it is in the matter of her father pushing the wedding to Wednesday
  • yes sir, tables are all set and ready to be used 
  • the Nurse went to go wake up Juliet and when she thought she was sleeping released she was "dead". Once the Nurse found out she was dead she called for everyone to come,and then they saw it for them selves. This scene is important because this is where the Nurse finds Juliet dead.
  • Instead of the wedding the Capulet's then start to prepare a funeral for Juliet but little do they know Romeo is waiting for here so they can run away while the Capulet's think Juliet is Dead. This scene is most important because Capulet decides to put on a funeral instead of a wedding as soon as they can.
  • My dear Juliet
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