No this is not real! My sweet Juliet, she is really... gone. I shall join you, my dear.
In Verona a feud between two families arises.
I cannot breathe while knowing Romeo is dead! O happy dagger! This is thy sheath; there rust and let me die.
They are both dead!
But the children of these two rival families fell in love with each other.
We are all sorry!
But Juliet fakes her own death so when she wakes up, she could run away with Romeo.
Here in the book it says: "During the rest of the play we will be experiencing Romeo and Juliet's doomed love, their families' rage and Romeo and Juliet's deaths. We advise you to listen carefully at what we say because we will be making up for everything we didn't mention in the prologue."
My lord, everyone is so dramatic in Romeo and Juliet even the Chorus. Anyway, I should get on with my drama project that I have due tomorrow.
But after their children's death, the parents of both families end the rivalry between them.
Their children's deaths were the only thing that could end the feud between the Montagues and Capulets.
Look Romeo! Our parents have seized their feud!
Here the boy that has been reading Romeo and Juliet is finishing the prologue and stating his opinion about what he just read.