Romeo and Juliet Act 5

Romeo thinks that Juliet is dead because… Balthasar tells him that Juliet is dead
Why does friar Laurence hurry to the Capulet’s tomb? Reach Juliet before she wakes up; he know Juliet is about to wake up and Romeo won’t be there
Why is Paris at the cemetery? He is bringing perfume and flowers to lay on Juliet’s tomb
When Paris sees Romeo, he says, “This is that banish’d haughty Montague / That murdered my love’s cousin—with which grief / It is supposed the fair creature died” (Scene 3, lines 49-51). This is an example of dramatic irony because This is an example of dramatic irony because Paris does not know that the reason why Juliet died was because of Romeo not Tybalt’s death
What does Romeo beg Paris to do? Leave him alone
When Romeo enters the tomb, he notices that Juliet is still beautiful
Why does Friar Laurence leave Juliet alone in the tomb? he is afraid of the guard
Juliet kisses Romeo in the tomb because she She hopes that he has poison on his lips so that their kiss will kill her; she hopes there is still poison on his lips so that she can die
Why do Capulet and Montague stop their feud at the end of the play? After lord Capulet his daughter and lord Montague his son, they realized that no more lives should be taking from this aging feud
The play ends with the following lines: “For never was a story of more woe / Than this of Juliet and her Romeo.” Shakespeare probably ends the play with a rhyme because he wants to
Describing the apothecary in Mantua, Romeo says, “Meager were his looks, / Sharp misery had worn him to the bones; / And in his needy shop a tortoise hung.” Why does Romeo choose such a poor apothecary? The penalty for selling poison is death. Romeo chooses a poor apothecary who would be willing to risk the death penalty for money
In the final scene, Friar Laurence explains to everyone at the tomb what has happened. What evidence confirms his tale about Romeo and Juliet? The letter Romeo wrote to his father and the Nurse can verify the story

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