Comparing Act IV Of William Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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Act IV of Romeo and Juliet, provides a whirlwind of emotional thoughts and structures of choices as to how Romeo and Juliet will eventually see each other. First, Friar Laurence and Juliet make a plan to avoid Juliet’s marriage to Paris, which involves her telling Capulet that she will marry Paris, faking her own death, and eventually running off to Mantua to be with Romeo. When Juliet returns home, she apologizes to her father and tells him that she will marry Paris the next day. Then, Juliet tells the Nurse and Lady Capulet that she wishes to be left alone, and prepares to drink Friar Laurence’s potion. Juliet ponders if Friar Laurence is trying to kill her, or what will happen if she wakes up in the tomb, but never doubts that Romeo will

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