Romeo and Juliet - Act 5 Scene 3 (the suicides)

Romeo and Juliet - Act 5 Scene 3 (the suicides)
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  • "Oh my love! Oh my wife! Is crimson in thy lips and cheeks still?"
  • Thy drugs are quick! Thus with a kiss I die
  • "Thy drugs are quick! Thus with a kiss I die."
  • Poison
  • Poison
  • Thy drugs are quick! Thus with a kiss I die
  • Romeo!
  • Poison
  • Where is my Romeo?
  • Juliet is sleeping. Paris is dead and in the tomb next to her. Romeo comes in and sees his love lying there and is dismayed. He also notices how alive she looks.
  • Thy drugs are quick! Thus with a kiss I die
  • Poison
  • "Thy husband in thy bosom thee lies  dead; and Paris too."
  • "Go, get thee hence!"
  • Dagger
  • Romeo drinks the poison, says his last words in Iambic Pentameter, and dies. This demonstrates dramatic irony because the reader knows that Juliet is alive and Romeo didn't.
  • Thy drugs are quick! Thus with a kiss I die
  • Poison
  • "What's here? a cup closed in my true love's hand?"
  • Friar Laurence walks in and sees the bodies of Paris and Romeo. Then Juliet wakes from her sleep confused and asks for Romeo.
  • Thy drugs are quick! Thus with a kiss I die
  • Poison
  • Friar Laurence tells Juliet of Romeo and Paris's deaths. She then sends him away while she stays.
  • Juliet discovers the poison that killed romeo. She then sees if any is left, and there isn't. She then grabs Romeo's dagger.
  • Juliet is dead, Romeo is dead, and Paris is dead. There was so much needless death because of simple missed timing.
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