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.
He drinks all the poison. Then when she wakes up and finds him dead, she
wants to kill herself, too. So she kissed his lips to see if there is any poison left on
In her bedchamber, Juliet asks the Nurse to let her spend the night by herself,
and ... She finds Juliet dead and begins to wail, soon joined by both Lady
Feb 11, 2009 ... Romeo and Juliet: Act IV, Scenes 4 and 5: Questions and Answers ... The Nurse
finds Juliet “dead” in her bed chamber. 6. The Friar tries to ...
Juliet!—Fast, I warrant her, she.—. Why, lamb! Why, lady! Fie, you slug-a-bed.
Why, love ... Ay, let the county take you in your bed. He'll fright ... My lady's dead!
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
Juliet's fear of waking in the tomb, fully annotated. ... the scene again becomes
Juliet's chamber (Sc. 5) where she is discovered dead apparently on her bed.
The Nurse enters Juliet's room and discovers her seemingly lifeless body on the
bed. The Nurse tries to wake her, but believing her to be dead, cries out to the ...
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 ...
He says, "Death lies on her like an untimely frost / Upon the sweetest flower of all
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