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Act 2 - Scene 2
O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?
Act 2 - Scene 5
Bid her devise some means to come to shrift this afternoon, and there she shall at Friar Lawrence' cell be shrived and married.
Act 2 - Scene 6
Till Holy church incorporate two in one.
Juliet, unaware of Romeo's presence, laments over Romeo being a Montague. Her passionate delivery of the line shows how in love she is and how difficult it is for her to love her a member of her family's rivals. This increases the tension as the extent of the lover's bond is revealed, and the question over how far they will go to pursue their love is presented.
Romeo meets with the nurse in secret to inform Juliet of the details of their marriage. The plan consists of Juliet using a rope ladder to sneak out, which gives the reader the notion that the plan is a dangerous undertaking and the pair's love might be in danger.
At the end of scene six, Romeo and Juliet are preparing to get married. This is a large part of the rising action because it erases the problem relating to the young lovers' names, but presents new issues relating to how the pair must navigate the dangerous landscape filled with people who oppose their marriage.
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