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Romeo and Juliet - Act 2, Scene 5 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 5 Summary

Juliet is waiting for her nurse to come and tell her news. Juliet is impatient because her nurse is late. When she does arrive, she assumes by the look on her face that the news is going to be bad. The nurse tells her that she is just out of breath. The nurse tells her she is making a foolish choice if it is just his looks that have led her to pick Romeo. Juliet's nurse then makes sure the Lady Capulet is nowhere around and tells Juliet that they are to be married that afternoon.

Act 2, Scene 5 Analysis

Juliet is waiting for an answer and she is hoping that Romeo did not change his mind. The nurse comes and tells her that she thinks that her picking Romeo is not wise. The nurse is prejudiced against him probably because of the feud and the...

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