Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet) - Study Guide Act 3, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

Ann-Marie MacDonald
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Romeo and Juliet awaken in their private room. Although they have spent the night together their erstwhile passion has obviously not only faded but fled entirely. Romeo informs Juliet that he plans to spend the day with his friends; Juliet appears to find this acceptable. In reality, Romeo plans to search for his new love—the boy Constantine. Romeo dresses and begins to leave but then calls out to Juliet, asking her where his pet turtle might be. They locate the turtle and Romeo determines to take the pet with him—Juliet insists the turtle must remain. A brief tug-of-war ensues and the poor turtle is ripped in two. Romeo leaves weeping for his lost pet and Juliet remains behind, also weeping.

Juliet's Nurse enters bearing yet another wedding gift. She mentions that the next day will be Juliet's fourteenth birthday and Juliet...

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