R&J Act 5 FINAL

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  • Act 5 : Scene 3 [ Churchyard ]
  • Go on your way, and take this letter to deliver to my father.
  • I command you, stay away from me and do not interrupt me in my plan... I'm going down into this tomb of the dead, partly to behold my wife's face, but also to take a precious ring from her dead finger. 
  • Oh, I’ve been killed! If you are merciful, open the tomb and lay me next to Juliet...
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  • Paris enters the Churchyad scattering flowers on Juliet's grave. He withdraws into the darkness as Romeo enters with Baltasar, who is ordered to leave but lingers to watch.
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  • Where is my husband? Where is my Romeo?
  • Paris recognizes Romeo as the man who murdered Tybalt, and confronts him. Romeo pleads with him to leave, but Paris refuses and they fight, with Romeo killing Paris.
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  • [CHIEF WATCHMAN] Lead, boy. Which way? 
  • Oh, noise? Then I’ll be quick. Oh, good, a knife! Rust inside my body and let me die...
  • Romeo descends into the tomb, finding Juliet lying peacefully,. After speaking of his intentions to her, he kisses Juliet, drinks the potion, kisses Julliet again, and dies
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  • I will make of Romeo to lie beside his Juliet will be just as rich. They were poor sacrifices of our rivalry!
  • I’ll raise her statue in pure gold. As long as this city is called Verona, there will be no figure praised more than that of true and faithful Juliet.
  • Friar Lawrence arrives to the bloody scene, and Juliet wakes. The friar tells her that Romeo and Paris are dead, and that she must leave with him, but she refuses to leave, and the Friar exits due to the approaching watch.
  • Your husband lies dead there, and Paris too. Come, we need to leave immediately!
  • Go, get out of here. I am not going anywhere!
  • Hearing the approaching watch, Juliet   kisses his poisoned lips, and when that does not kill her, buries his dagger in her chest, falling dead upon his body
  • O happy dagger, This is thy sheath
  • The watch arrives, followed closely by the Prince, the Capulets, and Montague. Seeing their children’s bodies, Capulet and Montague agree to end their long-standing feud and to raise gold statues of their children side-by-side in a newly peaceful Verona.
  • There was never a story more full of pain than the story of Romeo and Juliet...
  • [CHIEF WATCHMAN] Lead, boy. Which way? 
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