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Romeo and Juliet Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 3, Scene 2 Summary

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Act 3, Scene 2 Summary

Juliet is waiting in the orchard for Romeo. Her nurse enters and Juliet hopes she is bringing her word about where Romeo is and what is keeping him. The nurse tells her that someone has died and Juliet is heartbroken thinking that it was Romeo. The nurse then tells her that it was Tybalt that was killed. Juliet's nurse also tells her that Romeo is the one who killed Tybalt and that Romeo has been banished for it. Juliet defends Romeo against her nurse's words and she makes it clear that she knows that Tybalt wanted to kill Romeo. Juliet is so distraught over the idea of never seeing Romeo again that her nurse promises to bring him to see her.

Act 3, Scene 2 Analysis

Juliet knowing nothing of what has occurred is waiting for Romeo in the orchard. The nurse comes in and in the...

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