Romeo and Juliet Act 4 part 2

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  • Juliet's "Death"
  • "Romeo, Romeo, Romeo! Here's a drink, I drink for you." (IV. iii. 59)
  • Juliet Discovered
  • "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".
  • Funeral Talk
  • "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".
  • Tune Turmoil
  • "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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