It doth so, holy sir; and there's my master. A great suspicion. 216. ambiguities, obscure relation of events; now generally 137. 296. France, that are advanced here Before the eye and prospect of Or in my cell there would she kill herself. Detestable. In impeach 82. gross. Search all of SparkNotes Search. your gluttonous voracity, I will cram you with my own body also. Haml. most triumphant lady." . At Benvolio's urging, Romeo flees. Where be these enemies? Came to this vault to die, and lie with Juliet. 35. joint by joint, piecemeal, each joint from the other. 86, Lear, i. One writ ... book, one, like myself, entered as a debtor in Delius and Schmidt interpret "where it is unnatural to sleep." Poison, I see, hath been his timeless end: O churl! Meanwhile, the Capulet family grieves for Tybalt, so Lord Capulet moves Juliet's marriage to Paris to the next day. Balthasar sees the funeral taking place, and hurries back to Romeo in Mantua. supporter, called a rest, was fixed in the ground before the piece 4. 3. In faith, I will. Romeo and Juliet Summary: Act 5 Act 5 Scene I: Mantua, a Street. 156. dispose of thee, make arrangements for your living. The grave whereon thou A glooming peace this morning with it brings; The sun, for sorrow, will not show his head: Go hence, to have more talk of these sad things; Some shall be pardon'd, and some punished. i. In both instances, Romeo resists the invitation to fight, but fate conspires to leave him no choice. 195. dead before, as she had been supposed to be. 224. What cursed foot wanders this way to-night. 7, Going to a Play in Elizabethan London 34. shall intend to do, may have an intention of doing; shall 202. hath mista'en, has mistaken its proper abode: his house, 2. taken, says Steevens, we find that the Nurse was banished for I will be brief, for my short date of breath. of standards, as in M. W. iii. K. Deighton. 13. canopy, covering...: is dust and stones, i.e. A lightning before death. a cup, closed in my true love's hand? and, lips, O you, The doors of breath, seal with a righteous kiss. 177. some others search, let some seek out others. which corresponds to this scene, and no monument or vault in Like Romeo, Paris received little beyond polite conversation from Juliet; her love was entirely dedicated to Romeo. Thus the play concludes with the reconciliation of the families — a somewhat Pyrrhic triumph. 89. keepers, attendants. A churchyard. the Scaligers which stood in it. 109. thy chamber-maids, your attendants; in Hamlet the Pitiful sight! 148. comfortable. § 400. Where's Romeo's man? 61. ii. A. C. ii. Being the time the potion's force should cease. 115, "Indeed we were once in great hope calm endurance; patiently control your sense of injury. iv. < http://www.shakespeare-online.com/plays/romeo_5_3.html >. The next morning, Juliet is presumed to be dead, and a funeral is arranged. 77. attend him, pay heed to his words. Here in the churchyard; yet I will adventure. superstitious notion of an ominous and preternatural mirth, + loof, luff, 120; here the drug Sweet flower, with flowers thy bridal bed I strew,--. Capulet continues saying "Death is my son-in-law." Allen on Temp. and hanged, and the Friar allowed to retire to a hermitage near flush of youth and health, still flies proudly in your cheeks; a The Romeo and Juliet summary will rightly project the entire theme and events of the various acts to provide a student a thorough understanding of the play in relation to its poetic literary devices.. As the very epitome of a romantic tragedy that personifies the all-encompassing theme of tragic love between two young lovers, Romeo and Juliet is perhaps Shakespeare’s most loved and popular play. deduced from observation of some extraordinary effort of nature, "It is clear that Shakespeare, or some writer whom he followed, had in mind the churchyard of Saint Mary the Old in Verona, and the monument of the Scaligers which stood in it. Romeo and Juliet Scene Summary . what, Paris too? Juliet wakes up, surrounded by death, and seeing Romeo dead, stabs herself. such a rash act as that of seizing a man so desperate as myself. Understand every line of Romeo and Juliet. His looks I fear, and his intents I doubt. in 1. submit to be driven hither and thither as my ill-starred fate may 193. startles, suddenly bursts forth; this intransitive use is 40. Is crimson in thy lips and in thy cheeks. Romeo says to Paris, "By heaven I love thee better than myself." to my death: cp. 4. where the reference is to the "audacious prate" And threatened me with death, going in the vault. In Baz Luhrmann’s version of Romeo and Juliet he misses out scenes, which were originally in Shakespeare’s version. the slaughter-house"; on which Tawney quotes Melton's Astrologaster, "That if a man stumbles in the morning, as soon as he of my love. this place which should be sacred from all quarrels. § 335. I brought my master news of Juliet's death; To this same place, to this same monument. indicating some further intention he certainly will have. That murder'd my love's cousin, with which grief, And here is come to do some villanous shame. widow lady whom he had made love to the forty last years of his as exhibited 270. what can ... this? bookmarked pages associated with this title. How oft when men are at the point of death, Have they been merry! After Paris is dead, Romeo realizes who Paris is and describes them both as the victims of fate: "One writ with me in sour misfortune's book." . sheath of my breast; the first quarto gives rest, which many ______ Juliet refuses much to her father’s distain. Condemned, not merely condemned by law, but accursed Then say at once what thou dost know in this. This is my daughter's jointure, for no more. may mean 'as (he did come),' which seems to me to be a great Are you sure you want to remove #bookConfirmation# O happy dagger! the dead. Do as I bid thee, go. 43. the "bridal bed": sweet water, scented, perfumed, water. When Romeo courted Rosaline, he found her cold and unresponsive to his amorous desires. The Purpose of Romeo's witticisms in 2.1. London: Macmillan. pressing before a father into a room, etc. legal sense; and in R. II. Read a Plot Overview of the entire play or a scene by scene Summary and Analysis. His death, like Mercutio 's, is tragic in that he never knew the love shared by Romeo and Juliet. death's) siege is now Against the mind." In speaking of "certain words dealing with 302. iv. Read our modern English translation of this scene. 293. winking at, partially closing my eyes to, not taking that 74. peruse, examine closely; originally meaning to use 1. illuminated. O no! startled, when he look'd upon the Tower, As loath to bear me to This is ... jointure, the only dowry you can make my daughter; jointure, properly the property estated on the wife by Holding ... ground, in which position the tread of any one my wife! 36, and that in the then have at thee, boy! Before leaving Mantua, however, he visits the shop of a local apothecary who sells forbidden poisons. 76. betossed, storm-tossed, violently agitated. : as I discern, as well as I can Came I to take her from her kindred's vault; But when I came, some minute ere the time. 234. (III.2.137). Who's there? 245. form, appearance. Hold, take this letter; early in the morning. Gorged with the dearest morsel of the earth. Romeo's death. 2. The Friar having left her was not actual He buys some poison so he can go to Juliet's grave and kill himself, which is obviously the mature response. With this immodest clamorous outrage To trouble and disturb the Shakespeare, William. See the beautiful lantern at Ely Minster" (Steevens). And death's pale flag is not advanced there. 151. that nest, as we should say, 'that den,' though nest gives Montague! And, in despite ... food, out of hatred to you, not to satisfy Juliet then awakens and, discovering that Romeo is dead, stabs herself with his dagger and joins him in death. 1. 17, "the two 4. 39, "My latter part of life," i.e. Forgive me, cousin. 119. true, sc. Juliet is anxious when Romeo is late to meet her and learns of the brawl, Tybalt's death, and Romeo's banishment. ii. precision or emphasis; Abbott, § 114, though regarding as in Good gentle youth. glooming peace peace overshadowed with grief. witness of her suicide. Shakespeare again draws on the Elizabethan meaning of death as sexual climax. the means of his "Thou unsubstantial air that I embrace." Juliet is told that she is to marry Paris on Thursday. Muffle, wrap me in darkness; Steevens compares the word, let mischance be slave to patience submit to these unfortunate events with patience. And not retire;" K. J. ii. O wife, look how our daughter bleeds! The dramatic tension is amplified by the audience's awareness that Romeo is seeing the physical signs of Juliet's recovery from drug-induced sleep. was levelled to take aim. evading jurisdiction. Banish'd, caused to be banished. the latter part of my life; 169. there rust, not in your own natural sheath, but in the 16, "his (sc. comes out of doores, it is a sign of ill lucke." 46, was 213, "His means of death," i.e. Can vengeance be pursued further than death? Here is a friar, and slaughter'd Romeo's man; O heavens! Death, lie thou there, by a dead man interr'd. Death is the most prominent theme in Act 5, although Shakespeare has foreshadowed the tragic turn of events throughout the play. The pain of an unrequited love is not foreign to Romeo, and the fact that Paris will die, like Mercutio, without enlightenment or exposure to true, transcendent, spiritual love catalyzes great compassion and sympathy in Romeo. feast; cp. metaphor from a flag flying bravely on the walls of a fortress CliffsNotes study guides are written by real teachers and professors, so no matter what you're studying, CliffsNotes can ease your homework headaches and help you score high on exams. 1. 6. regards as nothing better than dead. 211. conspires ... age, conspires to put an end to an old man Act Four, Scene One. Here is a friar, that trembles, sighs and weeps: We took this mattock and this spade from him. In dear employment: therefore hence, be gone: By heaven, I will tear thee joint by joint. "Three times to-day my foot-cloth horse did stumble. as I.' H. VI. Probably the two ideas were combined to express a settled resolution. Arms, take your last embrace! 2. The conclusion seems somewhat empty because Romeo and Juliet triumph in death — an ending that manifests the very essence of the tragedy itself. be at peace with his foe, his beseeching pardon of him and calling 232. their stol'n marriage-day, the day of their stolen marriage, Summary. Let me peruse this face. 101. Analysis of Setting in the Opening Scenes of Luhrmann's Film. A grave? Romeo and Juliet. § 423. i. So shalt thou show me friendship. He came with flowers to strew his lady's grave; Anon comes one with light to ope the tomb; This letter doth make good the friar's words. 3. much debated. what can he say in this? Paris is a noble suitor and defends Juliet's grave with his life. 279. what made your master, what was your master doing Romeo is devastated—he plans to “deny [the] stars” and return to Verona. Juliet stabs herself with Romeo's dagger, a phallic image symbolizing the reconsummation of their marriage. 246. as this dire night. Summary The scene opens with a brawl on the streets of Verona between servants from the affluent Montague and Capulet households. sorrow, and awe of the place where he is" (Coleridge). 107. this palace of dim night, the darkness of the tomb. "It is clear that Shakespeare, or some writer whom he followed, had in mind the Summary In Mantua, Romeo mistakenly believes that his dreams portend good news because he dreamed that Juliet found him dead but revived him with her kisses. 70. have at thee, see note on i. Friar Laurence arranges for Romeo to spend the night with Juliet before he leaves for Mantua. The participle seems more forcible from its notion of activity. Accented on the first syllable, as in iv. Thus with a kiss I die. 283. by and by, presently, after a short interval. 269. still, ever: for, as being. Come, I'll dispose of thee. king and us?". Verona teenager commits suicide Juliet Capulet, a distressed … Wilt thou provoke me? The play opens with servants from both houses engaged in a street brawl that eventually draws in the family patriarchs and the city officials, including Prince Escalus. The escalating conflict between Montagues and Capulets foreshadows that Mercutio and Tybalt will die fighting. cards he held in his hand. Why I descend, my reason for descending. So in Addison's pathetic description of Sir Roger's physician of his (Romeo's) evils. Shakespeare Hits the Big Time, Life in Stratford (structures and guilds), Life in Stratford (trades, laws, furniture, hygiene). 83. triumphant, glorious, splendid; cp. 203. on the back, daggers being worn behind the back. 178. these woes, these miserable ones. Can vengeance ... death? Have my old feet stumbled at graves! had actually seen was nothing but a dream, or possibly he may 327, R. II. Without hesitation, he kisses her, drinks the poison, and dies at her side. lantern an open or windowed structure on the roof of a building or in the upper part of a tower or the like, to admit light or air. be instantaneous, and perhaps with the sense of his being a true a deed, am most suspected of having committed it. Doth make against me, tell against me, as witnesses Seal up the mouth of outrage for a while. To help me after, to enable me to follow you. but as regards Romeo's intentions against himself. 192. editors prefer, and possibly this is supported by the antithesis 292. V. 7. for it cannot be long As rich, in equal splendour. "the bell invites me. § 274: attach, apprehend; a legal term. he is about to swallow. Their course of love, the tidings of her death: And here he writes that he did buy a poison. and encourage him Not doing it, and being done." iii. with Let me die, though to me rust seems the more expressive 23, H. V. i. Hold him in safety, till the prince come hither. 152. unnatural. time," considers as in such expressions to mark a greater or less iii. for his intentions. 22. mattock, a kind of pick-axe for tearing up the earth. Come, come away. from your Reading List will also remove any 164, "That suck'd the honey of his music vows." risen early from bed, was stirring early; cp., for the quasi-personification, K. J. v. 5. Baz Luhrmann misses out vital scenes, for example when Paris and Romeo have a fight. 15. distill'd by moans, forced from the eyes by grief. R. II. Romeo and Juliet Newspaper Article. Despite the desperate cir… Games in Shakespeare's England [A-L] O thou untaught! Romeo resolves to return to Verona to die at her grave. Yea, noise? 248. Give me that mattock and the wrenching iron. be the death of those to whom those grievances are due. A fight breaks out between members of the Capulet and Montague houses, and as a result, Prince Escalus proclaims that fighting is prohibited, and that anyone who disturbs the peace will be sentenced to death. He responded similarly to Tybalt's insults in Act III, Scene 1, "But [I] love thee better than thou canst devise.". Let them affright thee, let their deaths deter you from other passages which he quotes in illustration are Tim. 12, 8, 9, "His fretted fortunes muffle me, night, awhile. 5. Romeo's sudden sense of compassion for the dying Paris may be understandable. 56, supposed to come on at that period, without any ostensible 10. to stand alone, to be alone; there being no reference to his 21. The tragedy can be appreciated in the context of the protagonists' understanding of their own lives. 4. not long enough for a tedious tale; my short date of breath = the This vault a feasting presence full of light. Being the time. See thou deliver it to my lord and father. Tybalt? Have lost a brace of kinsmen: all are punish'd. Or, wanting that, with tears distill'd by moans: Nightly shall be to strew thy grave and weep. himself, whom he now 81, there is the same idea of fullness. a presentiment of some evil befallen Romeo. 86. a feasting presence, a stateroom in all the splendour of a home. 132. 5. even magnanimity towards Paris, his words of closing consideration and kindly farewell to his faithful Balthasar, all combine to thoroughly or carefully. 2. His death, like Mercutio's, is tragic in that he never knew the love shared by Romeo and Juliet. Good gentle youth, tempt not a desperate man; Fly hence, and leave me: think upon these gone; Let them affright thee. In "a nest of traitors," W. T. ii. Being loose, unfirm, with digging up of graves. 214. All rights reserved. Now in Act 5, this is the time that Romeo shows the theme death. Romeo, however, unaware of the friar’s scheme because a letter has failed to reach him, returns to Verona on hearing of Juliet’s apparent death. a lantern, slaughter'd youth, For here lies Juliet, and her beauty makes. forcing of language. 306. See, what a scourge is laid upon your hate. Give me the light: upon thy life, I charge thee. of killing him. K. Deighton. 225, 6. both to impeach ... excused, to accuse myself while with 'has,' 'is,' 'was'; see Abb. Paris is deeply upset by Juliet's death and really cared for her. However, Shakespeare ultimately frames death as a heroic choice. part, share, in the suspicion that is abroad. Banish'd the new-made bridegroom from the city. From Romeo and Juliet. And strew this hungry churchyard with thy limbs: I will be gone, sir, and not trouble you. In those days of omens considered an unlucky O, pale! Elsewhere, Benvolio vows to help Romeo forget his unrequited love for Rosaline. 303. O churl, said in loving reproach. churchyard of Saint Mary the Old in Verona, and the monument of 129, ii. We have nothing in England not determinate The dateless limit of thy dear exile," both "dateless" and "determinate" are allusive to the same phraseology: games at cards, more particularly primero, in which the rest was 37. take. imagery regarding worms is of a very different type; see iv. he asks bitterly, believing that death preserves her to be death's own lover. From this world-wearied flesh. To cross my obsequies, to hinder the obsequies I am paying. Stage Direction. O ill-disciplined one! Give me those flowers. to swords in Cymb. 208. down, struck down in death; with a play on the words decreeing my condemnation; i.e. Lear, iv. sooner or later seizes on everything; dateless is here used in a 201, "Who is it that hath warned are uniformly applied to a person, or to a thing personified, the Romeo and Juliet Summary: Act 5, scene 3 In the churchyard that night, Paris enters with a torch-bearing servant. But thou shalt hear it: whistle then to me. 26. all aloof, quite away; so that he might not witness what 86, Hastings, when on his way to Lear, i. To lie discolourd, by lying stained with blood; the infinitive used indefinitely; see Abb, § 356: this place of peace, 215. the mouth of outrage, your passionate exclamations. 6. is as a bell ... sepulchre, is like a bell summoning me Lamb talks of "an obsession of grief." 116. conduct, conductor; as above, iii. 260. this work of heaven, i.e. 1. 7. satisfied with the vengeance you have already taken in killing To grubs and eyeless skulls? To press ... grave? i.e. i. Ed. Bliss be upon you! 1. 1. Romeo is dazzled by Juliet's beauty even in death. 275. going in the vault, as he entered the vault. 307. us to the walls?" Go, tell the prince: run to the Capulets: Raise up the Montagues: some others search: We see the ground whereon these woes do lie; But the true ground of all these piteous woes. Daily Life in Shakespeare's London . definitions of time as apparently redundant, thinks that here it Games in Shakespeare's England [M-Z] 262. too desperate, sc. 99, 100, says "comfortable — and in like manner uncomfortable and discomfortable — That heaven ... love! 45. Juliet ignores the Friar's warnings and deliberately follows through with her vow to be with Romeo in death. As if the misadventure, like himself, had 304. glooming, gloomy; which the fourth folio gives. With open outcry, like dogs in full cry after game. 85, "I must advance the colours It describes the course of their love and mentions the news of her death. 111, 2. 81. corpse, as in iii. See a complete list of the characters in Romeo and Juliet and in-depth analyses of Romeo, Juliet, Friar Lawrence, Mercutio, and Nurse. 9. cursed, because interrupting him. The ground is bloody; search about the churchyard: Go, some of you, whoe'er you find attach. 114. Tybalt, liest thou there in thy bloody sheet? That heaven finds means to kill your joys with love. great cardinals Wait in the presence." King James I of England: Shakespeare's Patron, The Earl of Southampton: Shakespeare's Patron, Alchemy and Astrology in Shakespeare's Day. short date of my breath; cp. 180. circumstance, further detail, particulars, or perhaps inquiry into such detail; cp. What with a torch! pennyworths small portions. Among In an example of bleak irony, his attraction to her even in death emboldens him to press onward with his own suicide just as she is about to awaken. Life in Stratford (trades, laws, furniture, hygiene) 14. 5. The form of death: meantime I writ to Romeo. misfortune's account-book; or perhaps only enrolled in the list of 121. be my speed, guide and help me. 58. therefore, for that very purpose. He told me Paris should have married Juliet: One writ with me in sour misfortune's book! 21, "The day shall not be up so soon 189, "a that defies its besiegers. now obsolete, to 'start' being used in its stead. 135. The Earl of Southampton: Shakespeare's Patron what business or object had he in coming here. Here he writes that he bought poison from a poor pharmacist. Religion in Shakespeare's England my actions, to excuse myself on account of my intentions. I must indeed; and therefore came I hither. give him hope, and fear, Of what he has, and has not"; W. T. approaching would be more easily heard; hollow, and therefore How may I ... Death, but my merry mood (sc. 78. should have, was to have; see Abb. 122. stumbled. 71. the watch, the police, as we should now say. The time ... savage-wild, the thoughts in my mind are wild 52. is come, the omission of the nominative is most common Verona. Back to Romeo and Juliet, Scenes Explanatory Notes for Act 5, Scene 3 From Romeo and Juliet.Ed. And it mis-sheathed in my daughter's bosom! This is the place; there, where the torch doth burn. § 325. often made in sick persons just before death; and partly from a here? To cross my obsequies and true love's rite? To lie discolour'd by this place of peace? the husband when they are joined in marriage. See, what ... hate, see how your hatred is punished. Anon, suddenly; see note on ii. And bear this work of heaven with patience: But then a noise did scare me from the tomb; And she, too desperate, would not go with me. him kinsman in token of final atonement, his forbearance and 60. manner of firing the harquebuses, which was so heavy that a 16. obsequies, funeral rites; Lat. the stake laid down, and 'to set up one's rest' was to announce (Delius). Thus as they die in pursuit of spiritual unification, they symbolically reconsummate their marriage, leaving their bodies as monuments to the depth of their love as well as signs of the tragic waste that is the feud's legacy. Whate'er thou hear'st or seest, stand all aloof, But chiefly to take thence from her dead finger. 21. © 2020 Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. text. is, etc. Fr. Who else? O my love! By heaven, I love thee better than myself; Stay not, be gone; live, and hereafter say. During much of the twentieth century, critics tended to disparage this play in comparison to the four great tragedies that Shakespeare wrote in the first decade of the seventeenth century (Hamlet, King Lear, Macbeth, and Othello). 56. weather-gage, windward direction; perhaps immediately from His looks I fear, not as regards his own personal safety, fresh corpses, never satisfied however many might be buried in it. Dict.). that flows downward from its source. quarto, most editors prefer is, which the other copies give. Capulet! 2. "This belongs to 'as this dire night'" Glossary. of his recovery, upon a kind message that was sent him from the He tells Romeo that Juliet is dead, and Romeo falls to his knees crying out in grief. Second, Romeo is the next to portray the theme death. Fear, not the physical fear of some danger to himself, but 267. some hour, some short time. Doth make against me of this direful murder; And here I stand, both to impeach and purge. is it possible that you are not 217. descent, origin; carrying on the metaphor of a stream Give me thy torch, boy: hence, and stand aloof: Holding thine ear close to the hollow ground; So shall no foot upon the churchyard tread. Hear it not, Duncan, for it is a knell That summons thee to up and down. He encounters a grieving Paris at Juliet’s tomb, reluctantly kills him when Paris attempts to prevent Romeo from entering the tomb, and finds Juliet … ii. Romeo's servant, Balthasar, then reports to Romeo that Juliet has died. 1. 254. closely, in secrecy. As he was coming from this churchyard side. Lady Capulet's curse on Juliet echoes loudly: "I would the fool were married to her grave," as does Paris' description of the tomb as a "bridal bed." He has heard of Juliet's death and is so heartbroken that he goes to an apothecary to get poison so he can join Juliet in heaven. 28. 252. hour, metrically a dissyllable; see Abb. 33. jealous, suspicious; cp. life; but this only proved a lightning before death." 2. 300. at such rate be set, be valued at so high a price. Act V, Scene II.Act V, Scene II. then I'll be brief. 272. in post, see note on v. i. Back to Romeo and Juliet, Scenes concealing the marriage, Balthasar set at liberty as having only R. II. reason." death, after speaking of an ill dream of Stanley's, continues, the agent," Walker, Crit. pleading my excuse, and at the same time to clear myself while I beseech thee, youth. so too engrossing in the sense of purchasing or seizing in the The Romans regarded stabbing as the most noble form of suicide. . The soul of the tragedy is not constituted in the joy they had and lost; rather, the soul of the tragedy lies in the joy that could never last in this world. that no longer own a master; again applied How to cite the explanatory notes: I am ... least, I, though least capable (physically) of such And let ... patience, and let calamity submit patiently to produced by Mrs. Ford to disguise Falstaff in. 172. whoe'er. This dagger hath mista'en--for, lo, his house. 207, "These flags of love that was exchanged between Romeo and Juliet (and which Others derive it from a term used in 1. Ed. I will go call the watch. Possibly, from the combination of conduct, pilot, and bark, Shakespeare, as in R. III. drunk all, and left no friendly drop. K. J. iii. 20 et seqq. Edd. Once again, the themes of love, sex, and death become inextricably intertwined ensnaring the characters in an intricate web. Here's Romeo's man; we found him in the churchyard. tread'st the presence strewed"; H. VIII. Dead, and Dyce so reads: a dead man, sc. And Juliet bleeding, warm, and newly dead. "The gentleness of Romeo was shown this case the words "for, lo, ... Montague" are parenthetical. Act III, Scene 2: Juliet longs for night, when Romeo is to come. "my dearest foe"). Thy husband ... dead, your husband lying there in your which their keepers call. 175. this two days, see note on iv. and Macb. truest life, a life of union with you in death. Shakespeare's Audience loef, in te loef, to the windward"... (Murray, Eng. 197. know, ascertain by inquiry. Thy husband in thy bosom there lies dead; And Paris too. As I did sleep ... him. Sirrah, what made your master in this place? Thy drugs are quick. 222. iii. 305. for sorrow, on account of sorrow. 4. not go, refused to go. 29; the verb in this sense is common enough. acted in obedience to Romeo's orders, the Apothecary tortured He finds a poor apothecary willing to sell him poison. Sovereign, here lies the County Paris slain; Search, seek, and know how this foul murder comes. 5. Juliet then wakens from her death-like sleep and looks for Romeo, saying, "Where is my Romeo?"
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