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Romeo and also Juliet Navigator:Detailed an introduction of plot 3, step 5Page Index:Enter Romeo and also Juliet aloft: Just prior to dawn Romeo is prepare to leave, however Juliet declares the it"s tho night, for this reason he have the right to stay. Romeo supplies to stay and die, but Juliet urges him come leave.Enter Nurse: The Nurse hurries in with the news the Juliet"s mother is coming. Romeo kisses Juliet and leaps out the window. Juliet asks if lock will ever see each various other again; Romeo is certain they will, yet Juliet is complete of foreboding.Enter Lady Capulet:Lady Capulet, presume Juliet is weeping for Tybalt, speak her the she"s grieving also much, then decides that Juliet have to be weeping because revenge has not been taken top top Romeo. Lady Capulet expresses her hate of Romeo and Juliet appears to agree v her, though what she really means is that she loves Romeo. Lady Capulet then delivers news which she thinks should cheer increase Juliet -- she is to it is in married to Paris. Juliet declares the she will certainly not. Lady Capulet replies the Juliet"s dad is coming, therefore Juliet must tell the she won"t get married Paris, if she dares.Enter Capulet and Nurse:Lady Capulet tells Capulet the Juliet has refused to marry Paris. Enraged, Capulet intimidates to litter her the end of the house if she doesn"t readjust her mind. Juliet pleads v her mommy to intervene, however Lady Capulet refuses.Exit Capulet, climate Lady Capulet:Juliet asks the Nurse for advice, and she tells Juliet that she must marry Paris because Romeo have the right to never come earlier and Paris is far better looking, anyway. Juliet pretends to expropriate the Nurse"s advice but decides she will certainly go to Friar Laurence for his advice. If that can"t aid her, she will certainly kill herself.Enter Romeo and Juliet aloft:Romeo and Juliet are together again, and also birds space singing, yet their night that love is virtually over. Romeo is obtaining ready to leave and Juliet says, "Wilt thou it is in gone? the is not yet close to day: / It was the nightingale, and not the lark, / that pierced the fearful hole of thine ear" (3.5.1-3). The song of the lark, herald the the morning, has actually awakened Romeo and filled that with fear of being recorded in Verona, yet Juliet tries to relief him that he has heard only the nightingale that sings every night ~ above a surrounding pomegranate tree. Romeo to know better. He says it was the lark, and adds, "Look, love, what envious streaks / execute lace the severing clouds in yonder east" (3.5.7-8). The word-picture he paints is beautiful, but ominous. Streaks that sunlight are filtering through the progressively parting clouds in the east, however those streaks room "envious" because they notice the finish of the happiness that the lover have had actually in the night. This result of sad beauty grows in what Romeo says next: "Night"s candle "are charred out, and jocund work / stands tiptoe ~ above the misty hill tops. / I should be gone and also live, or stay and die" (3.5.9-11). The day, prefer a rooster extending itself as much as crow, is perched on the height of the world, ready to notice its jolly ("jocund") arrival, however for Romeo it method death.Juliet still doesn"t desire to think that the night is over. She does watch the light playing in the clouds and also mountain mists, but finds one more explanation for it. She says, "It is some meteor the the sunlight exhal"d, / To be to thee this night a torch-bearer, / and light thee top top thy way to Mantua" (3.5.13-15). Meteors were believed to it is in vapors drawn from the earth and also made luminous by the warm of the sun. Juliet"s cool idea is the the sunlight is taking special treatment of Romeo by offering him through a meteor to irradiate his means to Mantua. So, by she reasoning, it"s quiet night, and Romeo can stay with her.Romeo knows she"s indulging in wishful thinking, but he"s willing to play in addition to it. He says that if Juliet will have actually it so, it"s yes sir if that is captured and also dies; he"ll say that the gray irradiate they view is moonlight, not sunlight, and that it"s no the lark whose track echoes in the sky over their heads. That says, "I have an ext care to remain than will to go: / Come, death, and welcome! Juliet wills it so" (3.5.23-24). Climate he acts together if it"s all been decided, as if it"s still night and they have actually time come chat: "How is"t, my soul? let"s talk; the is no day" (3.5.25). Challenged with the possibility that Romeo could actually stay and also die, Juliet is alarmed and also cries, "It is, it is: hie hence, it is in gone, away!" (3.5.26). Then she mourns the sorrow that is brought by the beautiful track of the lark. She says, "It is the lark that sings so the end of tune, / Straining harsh discords and unpleasing sharps. / some say the lark renders sweet division; / This doth no so, for she divideth us" (3.5.27-30). Come Juliet, everything about the lark"s tune becomes a metaphor for their separation. The easy harmony of the melody, i m sorry is prefer the harmony in between the lovers, is now required discord; the lark"s sharps room not thrilling, however painful; the "sweet division" (variations top top the melody) just divides lock from every other. She walk on, "Some to speak the lark and loathed toad change eyes, / O, currently I would certainly they had adjusted voices too! / because arm from eight that voice doth us affray (3.5.31-33). It to be a well-known notion the the beautiful lark had actually ugly eyes, and also that the ugly toad had beautiful eyes, so world said that the lark and toad must have actually traded eyes. Juliet desire they had actually traded voices, too, since the toad"s ugly voice would certainly be a more fitting one to surprised them out of every other"s arms. Not only that, however the song of the lark is "Hunting thee for this reason with hunt"s-up come the day" (3.5.31-34). "Hunt"s-up" is horn-blowing, singing, or various other noise-making come awaken hunters to the joys of charging over the landscape on their horses. Also, the first morning after the first night, newlyweds were awakened v a "hunts-up" so their friends could cheer and joke about their night the joy. Juliet is saying the the lark is singing a "hunts-up" come the day, yet the day, rather of pass joy, will hunt (chase) Romeo away. Seeing the sky get ever before lighter with each passing minute, Romeo sums up the sad irony of the situation: "More light and also light; an ext dark and also dark our woes!" (3.5.36). Climate the Nurse enters, with negative news.Enter Nurse:The Nurse is in a an excellent hurry. She says to Juliet, "Your lady mommy is coming to your chamber: / The day is broke; it is in wary, look at about" (3.5.39-40), then she"s gone. "Look about" means "watch out"; the Nurse is acting as though Lady Capulet is right on she heels, and of food it would be disastrous if Romeo were still there. Juliet to know Romeo have to leave immediately and says, "Then, window, let work in, and also let life out" (3.5.41). Of food she method that Romeo, that is about to go out that window, is her life. Romeo and Juliet space "aloft," precisely where Juliet was during the "balcony scene," however as a matter of reality the text never ever mentions a "balcony," just a "window.">Romeo claims goodbye, kisses Juliet, and springs through the home window to the ground. Together he descends, Juliet cries out, "Art thou gone so? love, lord, ay, husband, friend!" (3.5.43). Thus, in the moment he goes out of the window, it"s together though their whole relationship passes before her eyes; ~ above the night they met he became her "love"; when they agreed to marry he became her "lord"; once they were married he ended up being her "husband"; in the night that simply passed he became her "friend" (lover). Then she speak him the she must hear from him "every day in the hour, / for in a minute over there are plenty of days: / O, by this count i shall be lot in year / Ere i again behold mine Romeo!" (3.5.44-47). Wherein Juliet claims "every job in the hour" civilization would generally say "every minute in the hour"; the remainder of she speech explains why she claimed what she did. Every minute far from him will certainly seem choose a day and also she will certainly be old through longing prior to she sees that again.Romeo assures that he will certainly write to she every opportunity he gets, but Juliet is all of sudden filled through foreboding. She asks, "O think"st thou us shall ever before meet again?" (3.5.51). Romeo reassuringly answers, "I doubt the not; and also all this woes shall offer / because that sweet discourses in our time to come" (3.5.52-53). He means that castle surely will obtain together again, and when they do, it will be sweet come talk around how they suffered for one another. However Juliet, looking down at him, says "Methinks I view thee, currently thou arts below, / together one dead in the bottom the a tomb. / one of two people my eyesight fails, or thou look"st pale" (3.5.55-57). Again Romeo do the efforts to reassure her; he speak her the she look at pale, too, and also explains that "Dry sorrow drink our blood" (3.5.59). It was thought that sorrow dried increase the blood, and also Romeo is speak they room both pale indigenous the lack of blood resulted in by the woe of your parting. He hasn"t time for an additional word besides "Adieu, adieu," and also he"s gone.Still looking the means Romeo went, Juliet bewails his bad luck: "O Fortune, Fortune! every men speak to thee fickle: / If thou art fickle, what dost thou v him. / that is renown"d for faith?" (3.5.60-62). "What dost she with" way "What do you need to do with?" Juliet"s idea is that due to the fact that Romeo is renowned because that his faithfulness, faithless Fortune should leave that alone. Then, as Juliet is hoping the fickle Fortune will send she Romeo back, her thoughts are cut quick by she mother"s call: "Ho, daughter! are you up?" (3.5.64). This startles Juliet. She wonders if her mom hasn"t unable to do to bed or if she"s up an extremely early. In any kind of case, Juliet doesn"t have actually any much more time to wonder, because her mom enters.Enter Lady Capulet:Juliet is weeping at Romeo"s departure, yet tells her mommy that she"s not well. Her mother, however, jumps to the conclusion that Juliet is weeping over the fatality of Tybalt. Thus starts a conversation in which Lady Capulet speaks of Tybalt yet Juliet"s replies--unknown to her mother--are around Romeo.Lady Capulet asks, "Evermore weeping for her cousin"s death? / What, it must be thou wash him indigenous his grave with tears?" (3.5.69-70). These are just rhetorical questions; Lady Capulet has actually an opinion, which she proceeds come deliver. She claims that even if Juliet"s tears could wash Tybalt out of his grave, she couldn"t lug him back to life. Because of this Juliet must stop crying because, although she grief shows her love, too much grief is no wise. Juliet, reasoning of the truth that Romeo has actually just left, replies, "Yet allow me weep because that such a feeling loss" (3.5.74). "Feeling," choose our "touching," method "emotionally affecting" but can also be provided to show physical contact. Juliet is weeping because she is emotion the ns of feeling Romeo in her arms, yet Lady Capulet again tells her that weeping will just make she "feel the loss, yet not the girlfriend / Which girlfriend weep for" (3.5.75-76). This is true that both Tybalt and Romeo, and Juliet answers that she can"t aid herself.Then Lady Capulet, having actually assumed the Juliet is weeping for Tybalt, makes one more mistaken assumption. She says, "Well, girl, you weep"st not so much for his death, / together that the villain resides which slaughter"d him" (3.5.78-79). Lady Capulet, together we will see in a minute, is more revengeful 보다 sorrowful, and also she assumes that her daughter feel the same way. Of course Juliet doesn"t and also says to herself, "Villain and also he be countless miles asunder," then states to she mother, "God pardon him! i do, v all my heart; / and also yet no guy like the doth grieve mine heart" (3.5.81-83). Come herself, Juliet has said the Romeo is a really long method from being a villain; to she mother, she claims "God pardon him," together though God were the just one who might pardon together a villain, however then practically gives herself away prior to she claims that Romeo grieves her heart. We understand that Romeo grieves her heart since he"s no there with her, however Lady Capulet thinks that it is "because the traitor murderer lives" (3.5.84). Juiet answers, "Ay, madam, indigenous the with of this my hands: / would certainly none however I might venge my cousin"s death!" (3.5.85-86). Lady Capulet, reasoning that Juliet means she would like to tear Romeo apart through her own hands, says, "I"ll send to one in Mantua, / where that exact same banish"d runagate doth live, / Shall provide him together an unaccustom"d dram, / that he shall quickly keep Tybalt company" (3.5.88-91). A "dram" is a very small amount of fluid (technically, one-eighth ounce); medicine and solid liquor to be measured in drams, so Lady Capulet phone call the dram she has actually in psychic "unaccustom"d" due to the fact that it will certainly kill Romeo, rather than make him feel better.Lady Capulet states she really hopes that her idea of poisoning Romeo satisfies Juliet, and also Juliet replies, "Indeed, I never shall be satisfied / with Romeo, till ns behold him--dead-- / Is my negative heart so because that a kinsman vex"d" (3.5.93-95). The idea the Juliet seeing Romeo dead of toxicity foreshadows what in reality happens, yet at the minute what she really way is the her heart is therefore troubled for she closest kinsman (her husband) that she will never be satisfied till he is through her again. She walk on to say that if Lady Capulet might find someone to take poison to Romeo, she "would temper it, / that Romeo should, ~ above receipt thereof, / soon sleep in quiet." (3.5.97-99). Come "temper" a fluid is to mix it through something else; Lady Capulet is an alleged to think the Juliet would make the poison more poisonous, however Juliet method the opposite. Climate Juliet claims she hates to listen Romeo"s name as soon as she "cannot involved him / to wreak the love i bore mine cousin / ~ above his body that slaughter"d him!" (3.5.100-102).We know Juliet would certainly "wreak the love . . . ~ above his body" v hugs and kisses, yet Lady Capulet is fooled. She assures that if Juliet finds the poison, she"ll find someone to take it come Romeo. Then Lady Capulet, tho making assumptions around her daughter, says, "But now I"ll phone call thee joyful tidings, girl" (3.5.104). Her news will certainly be that Juliet"s father has arranged for her to be married to Paris, and Lady Capulet is so certain this will certainly make Juliet happy that she teases she a little, as the Nurse earlier teased Juliet as soon as she lugged the news native Romeo.Lady Capulet says, "Well, well, she hast a mindful father, child; / One who, to placed thee from her heaviness, / afoot sorted out a sudden day the joy, / that thou expect"st not nor ns look"d not for" (3.5.107-110). Juliet"s dad is "careful" in the sense that the is complete of care and also concern for Juliet"s welfare and also happiness. Because he is "careful," Juliet"s father has actually come up through a method to elevator Juliet the end of her sadness ("heaviness") and "sorted out" (carefully chosen) a day of pleasure which is "sudden" because it"s both surprising and near at hand. Lady Capulet is rather sure Juliet will favor daddy"s surprise, but when she it is intended the news, she gets a shock.Juliet asks what the job of pleasure is. Lady Capulet tells she it"s that at an early stage Thursday Paris will certainly make she a joyful bride in ~ St. Peter"s Church, but Juliet exclaims, "Now, by Saint Peter"s Church and also Peter too, / he shall not make me there a joyful bride" (3.5.116-117). She complains the she"s walk to be married off prior to the man has even wooed her, and she tells her mother to tell her father the she will certainly not marry. To present just just how much she is opposed to the totality idea she declares that once she does marry, "It shall be Romeo, whom you understand I hate, / quite than Paris" (3.5.122-123). Lady Capulet is not around to deliver any kind of such article for she daughter. As well as that, it"s as well late, due to the fact that Lady Capulet sees her husband approaching. She speak Juliet, "Here comes your father; tell him so yourself, / and also see just how he will certainly take it at your hands" (3.5.124-125). We know, from seeing him chew the end Tybalt, the Capulet is no someone for a young human to chaos with, and also Lady Capulet is reminding Juliet that that.Enter Capulet and also Nurse:When she father appears, Juliet is quiet weeping. Prefer his wife, Capulet assumes the Tybalt"s death is the cause of Juliet"s tears, and he claims so in a rather fancy way: "When the sunlight sets, the air doth drizzle dew; / but for the sunset of my brother"s boy / It rains downright. / how now! a conduit, girl? what, tho in tears?" (3.5.126-129). A "conduit" is a pipeline from i m sorry water always flows; by to compare Juliet"s tears to rain and also her come a conduit, Capulet may be suggesting--as her mom did before--that Juliet is crying as well much. However, he appears to it is in sympathetic in what he claims next. Producing an extended metaphor (which seems a small out of character because that him), Capulet to compare Juliet to a boat, a sea, and a wind. Her eyes room the sea, since they ebb and flow in tears. Her body is the boat, due to the fact that she"s floating in her own tears. She sighs room the winds, "Who, raging v thy tears, and also they v them, / there is no a suddenly calm, will overset / her tempest-tossed body" (3.5.135-137). In short, Juliet will easily drown in the storm that her very own grief, uneven there is a "sudden calm," and Capulet to trust the calm will come with her marital relationship to the man he has chosen for her.Come come think that it--it suddenly occurs to Capulet--Juliet"s calm need to have already come, v the news of the wedding. Turning to Lady Capulet, he demands, "How now, wife! / have actually you deliver"d to her our decree?" (3.5.137-138), however his wife replies bitterly, "Ay, sir; but she will certainly none, she provides you thanks. / I would certainly the fool to be married to her grave!" (3.5.139-140). Stunned, Capulet says, "Soft! take me v you, take it me with you, wife. / How! will she none? doth she not offer us thanks? / Is she no proud?" (3.5.141-143). Wherein he claims "soft" we would certainly say, "wait a minute," or "hold on," and also "take me through you" method "please explain because I can"t think my ears." He had actually expected Juliet to thank him profusely, and also he had actually expected she to it is in proud to be the mam of Paris.Capulet think his daughter must count she blessings, yet instead she make the efforts to describe her feelings: "Not proud, friend have; however thankful, the you have: / Proud can I never ever be that what ns hate; / however thankful also for hate, that is intended love" (3.5.146-148). Juliet means that she cannot be proud to it is in Paris" wife due to the fact that she no the an extremely idea, however she is thankful to she father because that arranging the wedding due to the fact that she to know he go it due to the fact that he loves her. Capulet, however, is no a male who deserve to listen come explanations; first he stutters, then flies right into a rage: "How, how, how, how, chopp"d logic! What is this? / "Proud," and "I thank you," and "I say thanks to you not"; / and yet "not proud." Mistress minion, you, / thank me no thankings, nor, proud me no prouds" (3.5.149-152). "Chopp"d logic" is an dispute that is clear stupid, an debate that would just be supplied by a kid spoiled rotten--a "minion." Capulet orders this minion to "fettle your fine joints "gainst Thursday next, / come go through Paris to Saint Peter"s Church, / Or I will drag thee top top a hurdle thither" (3.5.153-155). "Fettle" way "prepare," yet it"s a word supplied of a horse. Capulet complies with this sarcasm with a threat to drag her come the wedding top top a "hurdle," which is a sort of sledge top top which detainees took a an extremely rough ride to the gallows while people jeered at them. Capulet follows this danger with name-calling: "Out, girlfriend green-sickness carrion! Out, you baggage! / you tallow-face!" (3.5.156-157). "Out" is one expression of rage, prefer "Get the end of mine face" or "Go come hell." "Green-sickness carrion" is a double insult; it method she look at as environment-friendly as other that"s been dead a lengthy time, and it method she is afflicted with the venomous sickness that originates from being a girl, and not a married woman. A "baggage" is a good-for-nothing, someone who"s simply a burden, and also "tallow" is pet fat provided to do cheap candles. Poor Juliet, pale as a candle native weeping, gets no sympathy from she father.Lady Capulet, though she shares she husband"s perspective towards Juliet, thinks he"s lost control of himself and asks if he"s gone mad. She intervention gives Juliet a chance to autumn to she knees and beg because that a opportunity to say just one word, yet her father is not around to listen. He choose up appropriate where that left off, saying, "Hang thee, young baggage! disobedient wretch! / i tell thee what: obtain thee come church o" Thursday, / Or never ever after watch me in the face" (3.5.160-162). This threat, since it is an ext realistic, is probably much more frightening to Juliet 보다 the previously threat to traction her to church. A dad could carry enormous push on his daughter come marry the man he had chosen for her, but she did have actually to offer her consent, therefore Capulet could have dragged she to church, yet he might not have compelled her to say "I do." on the other hand, he might easily do her life miserable by shunning her and also making her an outcast in his house.Juliet opens up her mouth, yet her father shouts her down before she has actually a chance to say a word: "Speak not, reply not, perform not price me; / My finger itch" (3.5.163-164). His finger itch due to the fact that he"d favor to slap her, and he"s telling her the she"d much better not provide him one excuse. Climate he claims to his wife, "we scarce believed us blest / the God had lent us however this just child; / however now I check out this one is one as well much, / and also that we have a curse in having actually her" (3.5.164-167). Capulet"s disastrous denial the his love because that his daughter provides the Nurse protest, "God in heaven bless her! / You space to blame, mine lord, to rate her so" (3.5.168-169). Informing the master of the house--especially together a master as Capulet--that he"s not correct is a bold thing to do, but the Nurse"s ship earns she nothing yet insults. Sarcastically, Capulet calls she "Lady Wisdom" and also "Good Prudence" and tells she to "smatter through your gossips" (3.5.171) A "gossip" is a friend, specifically a gossipy old woman. When the Nurse again tries to say something, the tells she to close up door up: "Peace, friend mumbling fool! / Utter your gravity o"er a gossip"s bowl; / For below we require it not" (3.5.173-175).The Nurse walk shut up, yet then Lady Capulet says, "You space too hot" (3.5.175), which only makes him hotter. The exclaims, "God"s bread! it provides me mad! / Day, night, hour, tide, time, work, play, / Alone, in company, quiet my treatment hath been / To have her match"d" (3.5.176-179) "God"s bread" is the sacramental bread, yet the phrase has actually the force of "Goddammit!" Capulet is angry due to the fact that his daughter doesn"t evaluate all that he has actually done for her. He has worked so tough to find a husband for her; he has been at it every day and also night, at all hours, at work and also play. (We know, from seeing Paris plague Capulet about marrying Juliet, that Capulet is more than exaggerating around how tough he"s had actually to work to find Juliet a husband, but when walk self-righteous fury ever before care about facts?)Capulet has found Juliet the perfect husband, a gentleman that a noble family, "Of fair demesnes, youthful, and nobly lien"d" (3.5.180). "Fair demesnes" are huge and productive land-holdings, and a person who is "nobly lien"d" is well-connected, a friend or kinsman to plenty of important people. What much more could Juliet want? Of food it cd driver Capulet crazy "to have actually a wretched puling fool, / A whining mammet , in she fortune"s tender, / come answer "I"ll no wed; ns cannot love, / ns am also young; i pray you, pardon me"" (3.5.183-186). As Capulet watch it, Juliet is "in she fortune"s tender" since right now is the moment when great fortune is offering everything to her. And for her to refuse her good fortune since she is as well young is (ironically enough) just childish.As a matter of fact, Juliet has never stated she to be "too young." (It to be Capulet who said that in a conversation with Paris. Check out Act 1, scene 2.). Nevertheless, Capulet rushes on, mocking and threatening his daughter. She, according to him, has said "pardon me" (in the sense of "excuse me"), therefore he endangers to pardon she in a way that she won"t like--from his house and from his life. And also if she think he"s joking, she"d much better think again. The says, "Look to"t, think on"t, I carry out not use to jest" (3.5.189). Climate he says, "Thursday is near; lay hand top top heart, advise" (3.5.190). "Advise" method "think the over," and also "lay hand top top heart" way that she have to think it over very seriously, although he doesn"t typical to provide her any real choice: "An "you be mine, I"ll provide you to my friend; / and you it is in not, hang, beg, starve, dice in the streets" (3.5.191-192). In various other words, if she is his daughter, the can provide her hand in marriage; if she refuses, she"s no his daughter and he won"t treatment what happens to her. He claims he won"t recognize her as his daughter, and also he won"t provide her any support. And she much better believe it, the says, because "I"ll not be forsworn" (3.5.195). Climate he storms out. Juliet, transforming to her mother, asks for pity. She pleads, "O, sweet mine mother, actors me not away! / hold-up this marital relationship for a month, a main / Or, if you do not, do the bridal bed / In that dim monument where Tybalt lies" (3.5.198-201). Juliet is speak she"d quite die 보다 marry Paris, yet her mommy doesn"t think it or doesn"t care. She says, "Talk no to me, because that I"ll no speak a word. / do as thou wilt, for I have actually done with thee" (3.5.203). Climate she leaves, too. Lady Capulet is certainly not going to speak up on Juliet"s behalf, and she seems to be disgusted with her daughter. Thus, Juliet is left alone with no one to turn to other than the Nurse.Exit Capulet, then Lady Capulet:Today, a girl in Juliet"s instance would more than likely run far to find her husband, yet we need to accept Shakespeare"s presumption that Juliet doesn"t have actually that option. Desperately, Juliet asks the Nurse for advice about what come do. She says, "My husband is on earth, my belief in heaven; / just how shall that faith return again to earth, / unless that husband send the me from sky / By leave earth?" (3.5.205-208). In saying the her "faith" is "in heaven" Juliet method that her marriage vow is holy. A marriage vow is--as it is today--"until death do us part," so the only way she can ever make the vow again is if Romeo dies and goes come heaven. Again she asks the Nurse for comfort and also advice, and her desperation increases. She says, "Alack, alack, that heaven need to practise stratagems / Upon therefore soft a topic as myself!" (3.5.209-210). "Practise stratagems upon" way "play dirty tricks on"; Juliet doesn"t deserve to it is in the victim of cruel fate, but she is, and also can"t think of what she must do. For the third time she asks the Nurse for help: "What say"st thou? hast thou no a word of joy? / part comfort, nurse" (3.5.211-212). Apparently the Nurse didn"t respond to Juliet"s previously pleas for assist because she was mulling the problem over. Currently she think she"s discovered the solution, and she gift it v a small prologue. She says, "Faith, below it is. / Romeo is banish"d; and also all the civilization to nothing, / that he dares ne"er come ago to an obstacle you / Or, if he do, it needs need to be by stealth" (3.5.212-215). The phrase "all the people to nothing" expresses the very same idea together our "the odds are a million come one." The Nurse is fairly sure that Romeo and also Juliet will certainly never have the ability to live in Verona as husband and also wife. That being so, she advice come Juliet is to go ahead and also marry Paris. Having actually come up with what she considers to be a wise idea, the Nurse tries to sell it come Juliet. She says that Paris is "a beloved gentleman" and also that "Romeo"s a dishclout come him" (3.5.218-219). Payment no mind come anything however appearances, the Nurse praises Paris since "An eagle, madam / Hath not so eco-friendly , for this reason quick, so same an eye / together Paris hath" (3.5.219-221). In the Nurse"s opinion Paris is actually a better match than Romeo, that is dead, or as an excellent as.Deeply shocked, Juliet asks if the Nurse is serious: "Speakest she from her heart?" (3.5.226). The Nurse answers, "And from my spirit too, else beshrew castle both" (3.5.227). It all of sudden dawns top top Juliet the the Nurse doesn"t understand and also doesn"t treatment anything around Juliet"s holy love for Romeo. Through this realization come a profound readjust in attitude to her old girlfriend and second mother. Come the Nurse"s "beshrew them both" Juliet answers, "Amen!" (3.5.228) The literal typical of "beshrew" is "a curse upon"; it"s a phrase that the Nurse uses often in the sense of "Dang me!" now the Nurse, in order to show her sincerity, has actually said the her advice has actually come indigenous both she heart and soul, "else beshrew them both." Juliet"s "Amen" way "may both your heart and also soul it is in cursed indeed!"The Nurse is a bit puzzled by Juliet"s "Amen," but Juliet transforms the subject. With a little of hidden sarcasm, Juliet speak the Nurse that she has actually been a great comfort. She also tells she to walk tell Juliet"s mother that "I am gone, / having actually displeased my father, come Laurence" cell, / To make confession and also to it is in absolved" (3.5.233). This implies that Juliet has readjusted her mind around marrying Paris, therefore the Nurse is pleased with Juliet and hurries far to deliver the message.As quickly as the Nurse has actually turned her back, Juliet reveals she true mindset towards her, exclaiming, "Ancient damnation! O most wicked fiend!" (3.5.235). She asks herself which is the better sin in the Nurse, to recommend her to break her marital relationship vows, or to dispraise Romeo. Either way, Juliet will never again to trust her, never ever again share through her the secrets of she heart. She says, "Go, counsellor; / Thou and also my bosom henceforth shall be twain" (3.5.239-240). Now Juliet must think and act there is no the help of every who have been closest to her--mother, father, and Nurse.

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She says, "I"ll to the friar, to recognize his remedy; / If all else fail, myself have power to die" (3.5.241-242) . She trusts Friar Laurence, yet she additionally trusts herself; if that can"t help her, she has the stamin to kill herself.