Romeo and Juliet Stpryboard

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  •  This is foreshadowing what Romeo believes occurred which causes him to take his own life. Juliet is still training the thought of being trapped in the tomb. 
  • “Shall I then be stifled in a vault, to whose foul mouth no healthsome air breathes in, and there die strangled ere my Romeo comes."
  • Juliet is pondering her fears and finding that she may not have the courage to follow the plan. 
  • “The living mortals, hearing them, run mad, oh if I wake, shall I not be distraught, environed with these hideous fears."
  • Juliet believes that she sees her cousins ghost trying to seek revenge on Romeo, this is going on in her imagination
  • “O look! Methinks I see my cousin's ghost, Seeking out Romeo, that did spit his body, Upon a rapier’s point.”
  • Juliet toasts to Romeo with the poison, because she is willing to risk her life by drinking it, so that in the end they will be together
  • “Romeo, Romeo, Romeo, I drink to thee.” 
  • Romeo and Juliet Monologue Analysis  By Clayton McMillan and Matthew Eschenfelder
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