Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Second Part
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Quote: Juliet ¨If thy bent of love be honorable, Thy purpose marriage, send me word tomorrow¨. Juliet says that if Romeo is truly in love with her, he will purpose marriage soon. This leads into discussion on when they´re next meeting and him figuring out if he should purpose.
Quote: Romeo ¨ I bear no hatred, blessed man, for lo, / My intercession likewise steads my foe¨. Romeo is confessing, very vaguely, to Friar his love for Juliet. This leads into the Friar asking Romeo who exactly he is talking about.
Quote: Romeo ¨We met, we wooed, and made exchange of vow, / I´ll tel thee as we pass, but this I pray: / That thou consent to marry us today¨. Romeo is confessing he loves Juliet to Friar and asking him to wed them. This leads onto Friar asking what happened to his love for Rosaline.
Quote: Friar ¨And art thou changed? Pronounce this sentence then: / Women may fall when there´s no strength in men¨. Friar is questioning how Romeo could move on so fast from Rosaline and saying that if men can move on so fast women can have their weaknesses too. This leads into Romeo arguing about what Friar previously told him and his love for Juliet.
Quote: Friar ¨ For this alliance may so happy prove / To turn your householdś rancor to pure love¨. Frias agrees to the marriage, on the change that this may bring the two families together harmoniously and rid of the hate. This leads to Romeo urging him to hurry up.
Quote: Friar ¨ Wisely and slow. They stumble that run fast¨. Friar is responding to Romeo´s urging him to pick up the pace. He replies that it´s better to go slow because those who rush will fall. Since this is the end of the scene it doesn´t really move the story forward, more so foreshadows Romeo and Juliet´s love.
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