Juliet's bedroom. It is the same as it was left when Juliet drank the potion. Her
dagger is still on the small table, and she is laying upon her bed.
But to say that Tybalt's dead and then say, “Romeo has been banished.” To say ...
I'll to my wedding bed. And death, not Romeo, take my maidenhead! JULIET.
Juliet!—Fast, I warrant her, she.—. Why, lamb! Why, lady! Fie, you slug-a-bed.
Why, love, I say. ... My lady's dead!—. Oh, welladay, that ... Hey, mistress! Juliet! I
bet she's fast asleep. Hey, lamb! Hey, lady! Hey, you lazy bones! Hey, love, I say!
An detailed outline of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet with key lines and
analysis. ... unaware of the horror unfolding in the street outside and longing for
Romeo to come to her bed. .... The Nurse rushes to Juliet's chamber and finds her
The Nurse tries to awaken Juliet, but finds that she is (apparently) dead. ... As the
Nurse approaches Juliet's bed, she carries on the jolly mood of the previous ...
out that Juliet is dead, but for a moment he refuses to believe it, and examines
I am Juliet's Nurse, employed by her mother and father, Lord and Lady Capulet.
... Tragically, on the morning of the wedding, I find Juliet dead in her bed.
She takes the poison and falls unconscious on her bed. The Nurse finds Juliet
and thinks she is dead. She is beside herself with grief. The family comes running
Romeo and Juliet ... Sweet flower, with flowers thy bridal bed I strew,-- O woe! thy
canopy ... Why I descend into this bed of death, Is partly ... But chiefly to take
thence from her dead finger ..... That heaven finds means to kill your joys with
Shakespeare died, reportedly on his birthday. He .... Juliet returns to her balcony
and tells Romeo she will send .... finds Juliet dead in her bed, the family joins.
Faith, I can tell her age unto an hour. 4. I,3,396 .... III,2,1758. Ah, well-a-day! he's
dead, he's dead, he's dead! ... And now falls on her bed; and then starts up,... 69.