Medeiros Romeo and Juliet Summary of Scenes Act 5

Scene 1 In this scene, Balthasar tells Romeo that Juliet has died. Romeo decides he must buy a poison from the poor apothecary. He will take the poison at the Capulet’s tomb and die next to Juliet. What scene is this?
Scene 2 In this scene, Friar John tells Friar Lawrence that he could not deliver the letter to Romeo. Friar Lawrence heads to the Capulet’s tomb right away to get Juliet out of it. What scene is this?
Scene 3 In this scene, Romeo is at the Capulet’s tomb. Paris is also there, and he sees that Romeo is going to break in. They duel, and Romeo kills Paris. Romeo goes into the tomb, says his last goodbyes to Juliet, and takes the poison. Friar Lawrence is too late, and he finds Romeo dead on the floor of the tomb. He begs Juliet to come with him out of the tomb, but she refuses. Friar Lawrence gets scared out of the tomb because he hears a noise, and Juliet quickly kills herself with Romeo’s dagger. The Capulet’s and Montague’s find their children dead, and tell each other that they will build Romeo and Juliet’s statue in gold, and their feud finally ends. What scene is this?

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