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..... and as Juliet appears in the window, romeos eyes light up. She is more beautiful than he remembers. and he puts his hand on his cheek and sighs...
what light through yonder window breaks? Tis the east, and Juliet, the sun!
Juliet, however, is oblivious to his gaze, lost in her own world.
Ah! nothing like a good old forbidden love story. It always brings tears to my eyes.
and the stuff about her being the sun...whaat?
And to mine...tears of boredom! I thought you said this was filled with like murder and stuff. He's standing under her balcony, while she's ALONE. That's not romantic, it's called being a stalker.
That's the most important part! He compares her to the sun, the centre of his life, his universe. Everything revolves around her. The tears he shed for Rosaline, are now forgotten, as he's in love with someone else! The moon is personified as-
woah woah woah there, Shakespeare! I can't understand anything you're saying!
Ok, so. The purpose of this scene is to show that Romeos feelings for Romeo have faded. After seeing Juliet at the dance, he can think of her, and only her.
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