Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare
Act 4 sc. 1
Paris and Friar Lawrence are at the Friar's cell and they talk about the details for the wedding day. Then, Juliet comes to ask Friar's help and before that she talks to Paris. Her attitude is neither negative nor positive. After Paris leaves, Juliet asks him for help, brandishing a knife and saying that she prefers to die than marry Paris. Friar comes up with a plan suggesting Juliet to consent to marry Paris, but the night before the wedding, she must drink a sleeping poison that will make her appear to be dead. Then, the wedding will be cancelled and Romeo will come back from Mantua by a letter. In the end, Romeo and Juliet will go to live in Mantua and living a happy life far away from their families' hatred.
It's too soon!
The wedding will become on Thursday!
Good morning my wife, my love!
I am not your wife yet! May be I will be!
Don't be so impatient! I have a plan! take this and drink it at the night before the wedding!
I cannot stand this situation anymore. Give me a knife to kill myself!
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