Romeo and Juliet: Romeo Drinks Poison
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  • Literature → William Shakespeare → Romeo and Juliet
After learning of Juliet's apparent death, Romeo becomes heartbroken and drinks a vial of poison to join her in death.

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  1. DO you think this proves Romeo's love for Juliet? Why or why not
  2. NO, Romeo is too dramatic!

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  • Shannon Willis
    6 months ago
    I used this as a bell ringer
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