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  • (4. 1. 106.)
  • "Thou shalt continue two-and-forty hours,..."
  • (4. 1. 60-64.)
  • "this shall slay them both...'Twixt my extremes and this bloody knife shall play the umpire..."
  • (4. 5. 38-40.)
  • "Death is my son-in-law. Death is my heir. My daughter he hath wedded. I will die, And leave him all. Life, living, All is Death's."
  • This quote is important because it is when Friar Lawrence tells Juliet the plan to get Juliet out of the mess with the marriage, and when he gives her the vial. He tells her that she will be asleep for a while and when she wakes up Romeo should have/is going to save her.
  • (4. 3. 39-49.)
  • "As in a vault, an ancient receptacle...bloody Tybalt,yet but green in earth...Lies festering in his shroud...shrieks like mandrakes torn out or the earth, that living mortals, hearing them, run mad-?"
  • I find this quote important because it shows that Juliet is wiling to kill to save herself the shame and to end her problem. It also shows how she has changed to sort of jump to a conclusion, she used to think out a solution.
  • (1. 5. 86-90.)
  • "...willful choler... I will withdraw, but this intrusion shall now seeming sweet, convert to bitter gall."
  • I find this quote to show what the father thinks of death, he thinks that once we die, we join him and he takes all we own in the mortal world and that death cannot be avoided.
  • (4. 5. 100-101.)
  • "Musicians, O musicians, "Heart's Ease," "Heart's Ease." O, an you will have me live, play "Heart's Ease."
  • Juliet describes the tomb as scary and maddening place where she would be surrounded by bones and Tybalt's rotting corpse would be there, rotting. She also mentions that it would smell revolting down there and she has doubts that Romeo might not save her.
  • I pin the blame on Tybalt. This is because if he wouldn't have gotten hellbent on revenge, then mercutio and his deaths could have been prevented and Juliet wouldn't have had to resort to drastic measures that get her and Romeo killed in the end.
  • This part of the scene goes from serious, sad, and angry. To a joke made by Peter, first requesting the musicians to play a song that is happy, but they refuse unless paid, which he says he will tell them a riddle if they play.
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