Romeo and Juliet Act V

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  • Act V, Scene I
  • Juliet is dead, "her body sleeps in Capel's monument" (Act V, scene I, line 18).
  • Balthasar! "How doth my lady? Is my father well?" (Act V, scene I, line 14).
  • Act V, Scene I
  • "... Let me have a dram of poison.." (Act V, scene I, line 59).
  • "... Drink it off; and, if you had the strength of twenty men, it would dispatch you straight..." (Act V, scene I, line 77).
  • Act V, Scene II
  • "Who bare my letter, then, to Romeo? (Act V, scene II, line 13).
  • "I could not send it...nor get a messenger to bring it thee..." (Act V, scene II, line 14).
  • While Romeo is in Mantua, Balthasar arrives with news from Verona. He tells Romeo that Juliet is "dead". He is devastated by the awful news.
  • Act V, Scene III
  • Romeo cannot live without Juliet, so he goes to the Apothecary to buy something that will kill him. The Apothecary hesitates at first, but he is so poor that he accepts Romeo's money in exchange of the illegal poison.
  • Act V, Scene III
  • Friar Laurence meets Friar John, who was supposed to deliver the letter to Romeo with the plan. Friar John tells him he was unable to deliver it, so Friar Lawrence writes another one and leaves to the Capel's monument to rescue Juliet.
  • Act V, Scene III
  • Paris and his servant go to Juliet's tomb, but the servant leaves. Romeo and Balthasar appear a few minutes later and Romeo asks Balthasar to leave no matter what he hears.
  • JULIET
  • "I will be gone, sir, and not trouble you" (Act V, scene III, line 40).
  • Romeo and Paris fight. Paris is killed and later, Romeo lays him besides Juliet on her tomb.
  • JULIET
  • Romeo drinks the poison and a few minutes later Friar Laurence arrives and finds Romeo and Paris.
  • JULIET
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