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  • 4.3.15
  • Oh dear. When shall I see them again?!
  • 4.1.45-46
  • O, this is terrible!
  • 4.4.26-29
  • Go and awake her for the bid day! O, how exciting!
  • "...I have a faint cold fear thrills through my veins..." This quote, spoken by Juliet, is saying she is scared to take the "potion" Friar Lawrence provided her with because she doesn't know when she'll see her family again, if she even has the opportunity to. 
  • 4.5.38-39
  • In act 4 scene 1, Juliet says, "O, shut the door! And when thou hast done so, come weep with me, past hope, past cure, past help."  Juliet is sad and angry that she must marry Paris and has no way of stopping it. 
  • 1.2.99-100
  • Go find someone else, Romeo. 
  • During scene 4, dramatic irony occurs in which we (the audience) know that Juliet has taken the potion to look as if she were dead that Friar Lawrence gave her but Lady Capulet and the family does not yet know when they tell the nurse to go and wake her. 
  • 4.5.113-137
  • In scene 5, Lord Capulet personifies death by saying, "Death is my son-in-law. Death is my heir. My daughter he hath wedded..." This quote is saying that Juliet had married death rather than Paris so now death had become his son-in-law. 
  • I believe that everything that has gone wrong throughout the play, can be be blamed upon Benvolio. In act 1 scene 2, Benvolio says, "...your lady's love against some other maid that I will show you shining at the feast..." Benvolio is saying that he is going to take Romeo to the party and he will meet another girl and should then forget all about Roseline. Benvolio was the one to convince Romeo to go to the party where he met Juliet which caused all the bad. 
  • In act 4, there is comic relief towards the end in which the servants are acting quite inappropriate due to the circumstances. Juliet had just been found dead and as the funeral was being planned, the servants were bickering about music and ordering each other around. The comic relief provided here was significant because it took away some of the tragedy occurring at this time. 
  • You are not the boss of me.
  • Play this song or I'll hurt you!
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