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Act 5; Scene 1
"Then I defy you, stars." (Romeo, Page 213, Line 25)
Juliet is dead.
In this part of act five, it start out with Romeo on the streets of Mantua showing cheer and joy because he just had a dream about Juliet. Then his servant Balthasar comes up to him, they comvers a little then Balthasar tells Romeo that Juliet is dead. he tells Balthasar to go to the Montagues and tell them to get him a horse so he can ride into Verona to spend time with Juliet. romeo heads to Apothecary to get posion to kill himself in the Capulet's tomb with Juliet.
Act 5; Scene 2
"Unhappy fortune! By my brotherhood, the letter was not nice but full of charge, of dear import, and the neglecting it may do much damage." (Friar Lawrence, Page 219, Line 17.)
In this part of act 5, it starts out with Friar Lawrence and Friar John speaking in Friar Lawrence's cell. Friar Lawrence then asks Friar John how Romeo responded to the letter that Friar John went to Mantua for. Friar John told him that he didn't get to send it because he was under quarantine. Friar Lawrence get worried and thinks that if Romeo dose not go to get Juliet then when she wakes up she will suffocate. So he sends Romeo another letter to tell him about the whole situation.
Act 5; Scene 3
“O happy dagger, / This is thy sheath".(Juliet, Page 231, Line 174).
In this final scene of Romeo and Juliet, it starts off with Paris near the Capulet's tomb. While Romeo is near the Capulet's tomb too be tells his servant to leave him be. Then Paris spots Romeo going to the Capulet's tomb and both of them start to fight. Romeo then kills Paris but Paris asks to be laid next to Juliet so Romeo does. Romeo walks in the tomb and sees dead Juliet then kills himself. Juliet wakes up and realizes that he is dead and kills herself. To make a long story short, Friar Lawrence tells both the families the very tragic story. Both the families then walk away knowing that this whole time that there families should have never fought.
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