R & J Act I Scene ii Pt. 2
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If my eyes ever lie to me like that, let my tears turn into flames and burn them for being such obvious liars!
The beautiful Rosaline whom you love so much will be at Capulet’s traditional feast, along with every beautiful woman in Verona.
A woman more beautiful than the one I love? The sun itself has never seen anyone as beautiful since the world began.
Come on, you first decided she was beautiful when no one else was around. There was no one to compare her to except herself. But let your eyes compare her to another beautiful woman who I’ll show you at this feast, and you won’t think she’s the best anymore.
Here Benvolio is telling Romeo to go to the party and he is using Rosaline as a reason to go.
I’ll go with you. Not because I think you’ll show me anything better, but so I can see the woman I love.
Romeo is now talking about how no woman is more beautiful than Rosaline.
In this scene Benvolio is telling Romeo that he only compared Rosaline to no one because nobody was around.
In the last scene Romeo then gives in and says that he will go to the party saying that there will be no other girl more beautiful.
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