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“Past Hope, Past Cure, Past Help”
Juliet finds out about Tybalt's death and Romeo’s banishment she loses all hopelessness and that is when she takes the potion. The use of Tricolon emphasises the point.
“If Thou dost love, pronounce it faithfully”
Juliet shows her youth and inexperience with love when she wants Romeo to get to the point. It shows her Naivety and decisiveness.
“It is too rash, too unadvised, too sudden”
Juliet begins by saying that it is too soon to marry and she doesn’t seem sure about the idea of marriage.
“Thy purpose marriage, send me word tomorrow”
Juliet is keen to marry all of a sudden showing just how naive she is.
“How art thou out of breath, when thou hast breath to say to me that thou out of breath?”
Juliet shows her very close relationship with the Nurse when she starts making jokes with her. This is very much like a mother and daughter relationship.
“Come, civil night, thou sober suited matron in all black”
Romeo and Juliet appear to only meet at night- this is because there is no one around and it is peaceful. The use of the phrase ‘sober suited night’ is related to the idea of a nurse- this suggests that Juliet still seeks comfort in the idea of a nurse.
“Beautiful Tyrant” “Fiend angelical”
When Romeo kills tybalt- Juliet doesn’t know how to react as she loves both parties so uses oxymorons to describe Romeo. Again relates to her confusion.