Romeo and Juliet Quotation Analysis JULIET Farewell! God knows when we shall meet again. I have a faint cold fear thrills through my veins, That almost freezes up the heat of life: I’ll call them back again to comfort me: Nurse! What should she do here? My dismal scene I needs must act alone. Come, vial. What if this mixture do not work at all? Shall I be married then to-morrow morning? No, no: this shall forbid it: lie thou there. Act IV, Scene 3:14:23 Background Juliet and Romeo were secretly married but ensuing incidents (e.g. death of Mercutio in the hands of Tybalt; death of Tybalt in the hands of Romeo; Capulets arrangement of Juliets wedding to Paris) prevented them from publicly announcing their marriage. Paris is now making arrangements with Friar Laurence to perform his and Juliets wedding ceremony.
Paris reminded Juliet when he saw her that they will soon be married; he also tried to tease her to see some kind of affection from Juliet but she was not pleased and told him that she would prefer to kill herself rather than marry Paris. Her statement gave the good friar some ideas how he can help the hapless lovers. He told Juliet of the plan to make her take a drug which makes a person appear dead for 42 hours; with this plan her marriage to Paris will be called off and Romeo can have the chance to come and take her to Mantua. Juliet went home happy and optimistic knowing that Romeo and her love was just given a chance by the friars plan. Juliet told his father that she is now ready to marry Paris and was sorry that she was not very cooperative. Capulet was so happy about this that he moves the wedding from Thursday to Wednesday, which was the following day.
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That night, Juliet persuaded her mother and the Nurse to leave her alone; she prepared herself for the deed although she was agonizing and thinking about things that could go wrong. She is terrified by visions of death but her love and faith on their commitment is stronger than her fears. Significance Lines 14-23 from Act V, Scene 3 clearly depict the worries and uncertainties that are besieging Juliet yet in an extraordinary show of courage and hope for someone so young as she is, she tried her best to transcend all the problems and crisis which has befallen her and her husband, Romeo. Juliets constancy and commitment are the character traits which helped her focus on her objective. This particular act also reiterated the seriousness as well as the genuineness of her commitment to Romeo. Fear might have been a very strong deterrent to the accomplishment of her purpose yet she was able to suppress it because of her great faith in the success of her endeavor. The moving scene puts the ante on the dangerous task that Juliet is about to undertake.
The risk that she has to go through put on added excitement to the unfolding of the plot. This particular scene has placed the audience in a position where they have to guess and then wait for what has to come. Hence as the development of the plot thickens and the conflict turns intricate and complicated, the theme of the narrative becomes more apparent. The flow and sequence of the events contributes to the overall impact of the revelation and resolution of the conflict..