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Romeo and Juliet Act 4 part 2
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"Romeo, Romeo, Romeo! Here's a drink, I drink for you." (IV. iii. 59)
"I must needs wake you! Lady, lady, lady! Alas, Alas! Help, help! My lady's dead! Oh, welladay, that ever I was born!" (IV. v. 16-18)
The Capulet's Mourning
"O me, O me! My child, my only life, revive, look up; or I will die with thee! Help, help! Call help!" (IV. v. 20-23)
"Death lies on her like untimely frost upon the sweetest flower of all the field" (IV. v. 29-30)
Juliet finally works up the nerve to take the potion and "dies".
"All things that we ordained festival turn form their office to black funeral." (IV. v. 85-86)
"Sir, go you in, and madam, go with him. And go, sir Paris. Everyone prepare to follow this fair corse unto her grave." (IV. v. 92-94)
Juliet's nurse comes to wake Juliet up, and finds her "dead".
"Musicians, o musicians ... O an you will have me, play "Heart's Ease." (IV. v. 97)
"Not a dump, we. 'Tis no time to play now." (IV. v. 104)
The Capulets speak of the sadness they feel over losing Juliet.
The End of Act 4
The Capulets and Friar Laurence begin to plan Juliet's funeral.
The musicians hired to play at Juliet's wedding begin to put their instruments away and leave, but Peter keeps asking for them to play a song.
"You will not then?" (IV. v. 106)
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