Romeo and Juliet- William Shakespeare- Act Two- Scene Six

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Romeo and Juliet- Act Two- Scene Six 

1) scene six is just before the wedding, and it's very short, which shows the audience how rushed the marriage is. There are no wedding preparations- they set off for church as soon as Juliet arrives. 

2) shakespeare makes this scene feel rushed

- The Friar begins to rush-he says 'come,come with me and we will make short work'. This sounds as if he…

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