romeo and Juliet act 4

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  • Scene I
  • Thou shalt continue two and forty hours (4.1.106).
  • Hold. Get you gone. Be strong and prosperous. (4.1.123)
  • Scene II
  • To beg your pardon. Pardon, I beseech you! Henceforward I am forever ruled by you. (4.2.22-24)
  • Send him for the country. Go tell him of this. Ill have this knot knit up tomorrow morning. (4.2.25-26)
  • Scene III
  • For I have the need of many orisons to move the heavens to smile upon my state... (4.3.3-4)
  • Juliet receives a potion from Friar Lawrence to make her miss the wedding. This is because she doesn't want to marry paris.
  • Scene IV
  • Now fellow, what is there? (4.4.14)
  • Things for the cook, sir, but i not know what. (4.4.15)
  • Juliet acts obedient towards her father. She is doing this because he doesn't want him to worry about her.
  • Act 3, Scene I
  • Oh, I am a fortunes fool! (3.1.132)
  • Juliet asks to have the night to herself and later takes the sleeping potion. She is worried about taking it though because she thinks that Friar is poisoning her.
  • Dramatic Irony in Act IV
  • Alas, alas! Help, help! My lady's dead!.. (4.5.14)
  • Lord Capulet and the servers are preparing for the wedding. This is a big deal for lord capulet because he wants his daughter to be happy.
  • Make haste, make haste, sirrah. (4.4.16)
  • Romeo Kills Tybalt and causes many extra problems. This is one reason why I blame Romeo for all the problems happening.
  • In this whole act there is a ton of dramatic irony but the one that stood out the most was that everyone thought juliet was dead but we knew she wasn't.
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