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Act 1 Scene 5

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FC: Act 1 Scene 5

1: Why did Shakepeare include the scene with the servants? So that the actors have time to change and so it also provides comic relief.

2: What is ironic about Romeos entrance to the party? You would think that he would go straight to Roseline but he sees Juliet and goes straight to her.

3: What happens when Tybalt hears Romeos voice? Tybalt orders the servant to go and get the sword but then Lord Capulet comes and says he can stay because he is not doing anything bad.

4: How does Romeo get Juliet to kiss him? He confuses her and he also compares her hands to a holy shrine and that he wants to kiss her. He kisses her twice. Also he says after the 1st kiss that he relesed all his sins. Then Juliet says that he must have given them to her so he kisses her againto take them back.

5: What forshadowing do we get at the end of Act 1 Scene 5? Juliet talks about marrying him and that if she cant marry him then she will die alone. Also that Romeo goes to the party uninvited so you know something will happen

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