Where does Romeo go to get the poison?
In Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, Romeo, believing Juliet is dead, visits an apothecary in Mantua to buy poison. Through the unfortunate misadventures of these "star-crossed lovers," Romeo is unaware that Juliet has taken a sleeping potion provided by Friar Lawrence so she can avoid marrying Paris.
Then Tybalt kills Mercutio, and then Romeo kills Tybalt. Had Rosaline just said yes, then all of that could have been avoided. For his crime, Romeo is banished from Verona. The prince is the man that issued that statement, but Romeo isn't exactly around to hear the sentencing, because he has already fled the city.
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A B How and where does Romeo commit suicide? With poison in Juliet's tomb. Who is the last person to see Juliet before she stabs herself dead? Friar Lawrence Why is Friar John unable to deliver Friar Lawrence's message to Romeo in Mantua? He is held inside a quarantined house, and is unable to leave.
- Friar Laurence tells Romeo that the Prince has sentenced him to banishment rather than death. Romeo is distraught because he regards banishment as a form of living death when he cannot be with Juliet.
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Question Answer What does the Nurse advise Juliet to do after Romeo is exiled? Act as if Romeo is dead and marry Paris Where do Romeo and Juliet meet? At Capulet's feast Who kills Mercutio? Tybalt Which character first persuades Romeo to attend the feast? Benvolio
Questions Acts and Scenes of Romeo and Juliet
|Where is Romeo's place of exile?||Mantua|
|What news does Lady Capulet come with?||That Juliet is going to be married to Paris|
|What does Lord Capulet threaten to do is Juliet does agree to the wedding plans?||Disown her|
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A B Who proposes that a gold statue of Juliet be built in Verona? Montague. To which powerful figure is Paris related? Prince Escalus How and where does Romeo commit suicide? With poison in Juliet's tomb. Who is the last person to see Juliet before she stabs herself dead? Friar Lawrence
- The sorrow she felt over Tybalt's death is soon drowned by the realization that Romeo has been banished. Hence, Juliet is sorrowful and feels deceived by Romeo when she first learns that Tybalt has been killed, but her love for Romeo makes her quickly feel differently. In the end, Juliet feels agony over Romeo's death.
- The Nurse assures her, however, that she knows where Romeo is hiding, and will see to it that Romeo comes to her for their wedding night. Juliet gives the Nurse a ring to give to Romeo as a token of her love.
Romeo and Juliet Act 3, Scene 3 Summary. Romeo is hiding out at Friar Laurence's, and Friar updates him on the Tybalt situation. The Friar wants him to see the banishment as good news—yay for no executions?—but Romeo is too focused on the never seeing Juliet again part.
- Eyes, look your last! Arms, take your last embrace! and, lips, O you The doors of breath, seal with a righteous kiss A dateless bargain to engrossing death! Come, bitter conduct, come, unsavoury guide! Thou desperate pilot, now at once run on The dashing rocks thy sea-sick weary bark!
- Romeo and Juliet Act 3, Scene 3 Summary. Romeo is hiding out at Friar Laurence's, and Friar updates him on the Tybalt situation. The Friar wants him to see the banishment as good news—yay for no executions?—but Romeo is too focused on the never seeing Juliet again part.
- Tybalt. Tybalt is the main antagonist in William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet. He is the son of Lady Capulet's brother, Juliet's short-tempered first cousin, and Romeo's rival. Tybalt shares the same name as the character Tibert/Tybalt the "Prince of Cats" in Reynard the Fox, a point of mockery in the play.
Updated: 6th October 2019