it will work too well, it wont work at all, romeo wont show up or just wont care about her "death" . Or being alone with all the bodies, continuing their lives together.
She fears that either it might not work and she'll have to marry Paris the next morning, and that it might be a poison and she might die.
"What if this mixture do not work at all?" (Act 4, Scene 3, 21.)
"What if it be a poison, which the friar/ Subtly hath minister'd to have me dead… (Act 4, Scene 3, 24-25)
Juliet takes the potion even though she has doubts about the contents and unanswered questions.
Juliet has conflict with her own fears when she goes to take the potion in IV, 3.
that it wont work and she will have to marry Paris and that she will be alone in a tomb when she wakes up. She also fears that the Friar Lawrence has poisoned the potion, she wakes up before Romeo comes to rescue her, she lives and ends up in a room with dead people, smelling the foul air, and that the dead Capulets' ghosts would come and haunt Juliet.
1. The potion won't work. 2. Friar Lawrence is giving her the potion to kill her so that he won't get blamed for marrying Romeo and Juliet. 3. She will wake up too early and become terrified.
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Juliet was scared that she wouldnt wake up.
1) afraid the potion won't work 2) afraid the potion will work too well 3) afraid Romeo will not come to her
Juliet drinks Friar Lawrence's potion, which she fears may actually be poison, rather than enter into a bigamous marriage with Paris.
1. The potion won't work. 2. Friar Lawrence is giving her the potion to kill her so that he won't be blamed for marrying Romeo and Juliet. 3. She will wake up too early and become terrified.
It was a sleeping potion to simulate death.
Of course it is Juliet who takes the knock-out potion, and the Nurse who finds her, apparently dead.
In Act IV Scene 3 Juliet has a long speech in which she expresses her fears about taking the potion which will allow her to fake her death. She is afraid that the potion will not work, or that it is actually poison and will kill her, and that it will work but nobody will come to the tomb to get her when she wakes up and she will be buried alive.
the potion won't work she'll suffocate in the tomb she'll turn crazy
that the potion wont work .
Friar Lawrence gives Juliet the potion to reunite Romeo and Juliet again from their parting. Juliet is forced to marry Paris and she does not want to. Therefore she goes to Friar Lawrence for help and he gives her the potion to get her life and love back
Friar Lawrence gives her the sleeping potion to drink.
Romeo does not hear about the plan for Juliet to drink the sleeping potion; if he had heard about it he would have understood that Juliet was not really dead.
Juliet passes out, giving the appearance of death.
It is not named in the text.
she takes a sleeping potion that the Friar made.
Juliet should have not taken the potion because Romeo was not dead. It was part of the play. In retrospect, it was the biggest mistake Juliet could have done.