Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet

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  • Oh how I wish night would come so I could see my husband, whiter than snow on the black wings of a raven, Romeo.
  • Juliet isn't aware of Tybalt's murder, or Romeo's banishment. She enters and begins to weep about Romeo.
  • Oh, my nurse! My nurse! Why so sad? What is the news? Did you bring my rope?
  • The nurse enters looking sad, and carrying a rope that Juliet asked for. Juliet begins to question the nurse, and ask her what news she brings.
  • Yes, Juliet. I have your rope.
  • Thank you, but what is the news?
  • The nurse starts to talk about someone being dead. Juliet is confused and doesn't know what the nurse id talking about.
  • He is dead! He is dead! Murdered!
  • Who is she talking about? Romeo? Whos dead?
  • Juliet immediately thinks about Romeo, and fears that hes in trouble!
  • He killed him, and now he is gone! Poor soul! He is missed so dearly!
  • The nurse expresses to Juliet how Tybalt is dead, and Romeo has been banished as punishment. Juliet feels fooled and upset. Juliet uses multiple similes to describe how she feels about Romeo.
  • What? How can such an evil book have such a beautiful cover? He's been banished? Oh no!
  • Romeo murdered Tybalt, and has been banished!
  • Oh,Romeo! How will i ever see him again? Please give him my ring!
  • Juliet winders how she will ever see Romeo again and asks the nurse to give him her ring.
  • Anything for you, Juliet.
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