Romeo And Juliet Foreshadow Quotes

160 Words1 Page
Within the third act of William Shakespeare 's Romeo & Juliet, there was death, there was marriage, there were banishments, acts of traitorism, and tonnes of love! One quote that I find that explains it all, it was said during the final scene of act three. In this scene, Romeo who had his last hours allowed in Verona made a visit to his secret bride to bid her a final farewell, and just as Romeo climbed down the balcony, Juliet said, “Methinks I see thee now, thou art so low, / As one dead in the bottom of a tomb. / Either my sight fails or though lookest pale” (III.V.55-57). This quote is important because it is the most oblivious foreshadow of their unescapable fate of death. The theme which we know has something to do with loves correlation
Open Document