Romeo and Juliet Act II

Romeo and Juliet Act II

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  • Act II Scene I
  • Come on! he's hiding by the trees
  • Romeo! My cousin romeo!.. He ran this way and jumped the orchard wall!
  • Act II Scene II
  • O Romeo, Romeo! Where are you ? I don't care what your father says or what your last name is but i'm in love with you!
  • But, soft! what light through yonder window breaks? It is the east and Juliet is the Sun!
  • Act II Scene III
  • I fell in love with my enemy - I'll tell thee as we pass; but I pray that you consent to marry us today.
  • Come with me, I will consent to marry you - maybe this will turn your families hatred into love.
  • In this scene Benvolio and Mercutio are searching for Romeo in the orchard after they have left the Capulet Party.
  • Act II Scene IV
  • Tell her to come up with a plan to meet me at Friar Laurence's cell, and there we will confess our sins and then we can get married.
  • In this scene Juliet is confessing her love for Romeo , but what she does not know is that he is standing outside her window/ balcony.
  • Act II Scene V
  • Oh good, you're back! Why do you look so sad? Is the news bad? What did he say about our marriage?
  • In this Scene Romeo goes to speak to Friar Laurence at his cell, and convinces him to consent to marry Juliet and himslef.
  • Act II Scene VI
  • Come with me, and we’ll do the job quickly. Because if you don’t mind, I’m not leaving you two alone until you’re united in marriage.
  • In this scene Juliet sends her nurse to go and see Romeo, so that she can speak to him and see what his plans are.
  • This afternoon? Well, she will be there!
  • In this scene the the nurse returns to the house of capulet to deliver the news to Juliet.
  • You don't know how to choose a man - Oh my gosh, what a headache I've got, Curse your heart for sending me all over town I could get sick and die.
  • In this Scene Romeo and Juliet arrive at Friar Laurence's cell so that they can get married.
  • I can imagine more than I can say—I have more on my mind than words.
  • Tell me about the happiness you imagine we’ll have in our marriage.
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