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What vow does Juliet make to Romeo?

Last Updated: 17th May, 2020

In lines 142-148, what vow does Juliet make to Romeo? She will marry him if he sends a messenger tomorrow. What words would you use to describe Juliet's character? She realizes the risk and the recklessness, by she is swept away by her love for him.

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In respect to this, what message does Romeo send to Juliet?

Juliet wants to know what Romeo's intentions are. Romeo tells the nurse to tell Juliet that he wants to marry her (Juliet) that afternoon. Be shrived and married. The nurse returns to Juliet to tell her the good news.

Similarly, why does Juliet want Romeo to have another name? Juliet says for Romeo to "Deny thy father and refuse thy name." They are only enemies because of their names. She further goes on to say that "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet." In other words, if you called a rose any other name it wouldn't change its smell or beauty.

Secondly, how does Romeo respond to Juliet's fear?

He does not care. He would rather die there, then not be with her.

What concerns does the friar have about Juliet and Romeo's relationship?

Wisely and slow; they stumble that run fast. Friar Lawrence is concerned because up until this point, Romeo had been so hopelessly in love with Rosaline. The friar could not believe that Romeo could really fall in love with someone else so quickly.

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