romeo and juliet

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  • (4.1.54-60)
  • do thou but call my resolution wise, and with this knife I'll help it presently
  • (4.1.90-12)
  • Why does my life have to be so frustrating, I just can't take it all.
  • Our wedding cheer to a sad burial fest.
  • (4.5.92)
  • Juliet is forced to marry Paris, a person she does not find affection for. she has to or else she will get punished, and she then gets very sad, and then grabs a knife and tries to kill herself, but the Friar stops her.
  • (4.1.77-88)
  • Juliet is sad and upset, that her life is not goin ghte way that she wants it to go, and she is crying, due to the fact that she has to marry Paris, a boy she does not love. and she even tries to kill herself due to it.
  • (3.1.85-90)
  • I am hurt A plague o' both you rhouses! I am speed Is he gone and hath nothing.
  • what Lord Capulet says talks about her death, and how it now has to change into a funeral, and it now changes the story.
  • (4.5.1-16)
  • Juliet describes the tomb as a little frighting, with hanging skulls on the walls and her hooked up with chains, and ect.
  • Tybalt wants to fight Them, so Mercutio draws his sword and they fight, but tybalt stabs him, and kills Mercutio. So I blame Tybalt for this because he is the one who started all of this, with the banishment, and causing Juliet to Lie to her parents that she is dead.
  • Juliet drinks the liquid, and then "dies", and the nurse goes up to check on her, but she wouldn't wake up, and she thinks that she is dead, which is the plan. this scene was a dramatic irony, due to that we know that she isn't dead, but none of the characters beside The Friar know that she actually isn't dead.
  • help, help! My lady is dead. Oh, welladay, that ever I was born! some aqua vitae, ho! My lord! My lady!
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