Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Scene 5

Tuesday morning On what day does Scene 5 take place?
The lovers are trying to determine the time of night or early morning. Romeo must be out of the city before daylight. The nightingale sings at night, while the lark sings in the early part of the morning. What is significant about the lark and the nightingale?
she sees Romeo as one dead in the bottom of a tomb. What vision does Juliet have as Romeo is leaving?
Juliet’s mother, Lady Capulet, comes to visit with her early that morning. Who comes to visit with Juliet early that morning?
the news that her father has consented for her to marry Paris on Thursday. What news does Lady Capulet give to Juliet?
Juliet is upset and willfully says that she will not marry Paris. This is the first time she has been disobedient to her parents. Then her father scolds her – calling her a “wretch,” saying he’ll disown her and kick her out the house. What is Juliet’s reaction to the news that Lady Capulet gives her?
The Nurse for solutions to her dilemma Who does Juliet turn to for help when her parents leave?
To forget Romeo, since he is banished, and marry Paris. What advice does the Nurse give Juliet?
that she is going to see Friar Laurence to confess her sins and get forgiveness. She is really going there to seek the Friar’s help. Why does Juliet tell the Nurse that she is going to see Friar Laurence?
she has the power to commit suicide rather than marry Paris. If the Friar cannot furnish a solution for Juliet, what does she have the power to do?

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