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Act IV Scene I
(giving her the vial) Now go along on your way. Be strong and successful in this decision. I’ll send a friar quickly to Mantua with my letter for Romeo.
Give me the vial. Give it to me! Don’t talk to me about fear.
Act IV Scene III
Alright, here’s the vial. What if this mixture doesn’t work at all? Will I be married tomorrow morning? No, no, this knife will stop it. Lie down right there. (she lays down the knife) What if the Friar mixed the potion to kill me? Is he worried that he will be disgraced if I marry Paris after he married me to Romeo? I’m afraid that it’s poison. And yet, it shouldn’t be poison because he is a trustworthy holy man.
Act IV Scene V
Oh my, Oh my! My child, my reason for living, wake up, look up, or I’ll die with you! Help, help! Call for help.
Mistress! What, mistress! Juliet!—Fast, I warrant her, she.— Why, lamb! Why, lady! Fie, you slug-a-bed. Why, love, I say. Madam! Sweet-heart! Why, bride! What, not a word? You take your pennyworths now.
In this scene Friar Laurence speaks to Juliet about a plan for her to drink a serum that will leave her body cold, stiff, and dead like for 42 hours, and in the tomb is where Romeo will find her as she wakes from her sleep and they will run away together.
In this scene Juliet speaks to herself in her room, and she is contemplating basically all the possible outcomes of drinking this vial.
In this scene, Juliet is lying cold and dead *looking* , in her chamber when the Nurse finds her on her bed, and shares the news with everyone.
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