R+J Act Four, Scene Three, Katrina Fairbanks
By katiefairbanks, Updated
I decided to choose this scene because in a way it is Juliet coping with pure pain in not a great way. Because of this pain she’s experiencing, she makes a risky decision to temporarily end her life just long enough for everything to be right. Through this process, she wonders a lot if it will actually work or if this will end her life for good… her biggest fear is that she will end up in a cell of her dead ancestors and that she will beat herself mad with the bones of her deceased relatives. An absolutely horrible thought, for sure. Although it’s a hard and horrifying decision to make, she decides to go into her temporary death and hopes for the best. Little does she know that this will cause her love, Romeo, to permanently end his life.
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