Romeo and Juliet - Study Guide Act 3, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Romeo has gone to hide at the friar's after the death of Tybalt. The friar tells him that he is not to be killed for the act, but that he is being banished. Romeo tells him that he would rather die than be separated from Juliet. Juliet's nurse knocks at the door and the friar has Romeo hide. The friar goes to the door and inquires who it is. The nurse replies that she has been sent by Juliet. The nurse asks him where Romeo is and the friar tells her that he is there, grief stricken over the news about the banishment. The nurse tells the friar that Juliet is also.

The nurse reprimands Romeo and tells him that he needs to be strong for Juliet. Romeo is worried about what Juliet thinks of him. The nurse tells him how distraught Juliet is, and...

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