The part of the play that never happens. Friar Lawrence sends a letter to Romeo but Juliet does not.
In act one nobody sends him a letter but he read one for a servant of Capulet and found out about the party where rosaline would be
Tybalt doesn't send a letter to Lord Capulet; he sends one to Romeo however.
Tybalt sends a letter round to the Montagues' house to challenge Romeo.
Yes. Friar Lawrence sends Romeo a letter to tell him of Juliet's 'fake death', but Romeo never gets the letters. :(
Because life isn't fair
Friar Lawrence sends a letter with one of his fellow friars.
Tybalt doesn't send a letter to Montague; he sends it to Romeo, who of course lives at his father's house. He is challenging Romeo to a fight.
It tells Romeo about the plans to get Juliet out of marrying Paris.
Tybalt sends Romeo a letter containing a challenge.
Juliet sends the nurse. Romeo sends flowers and a token of love.
He sends a friend and fellow friar, Friar John, with a letter.
What letters are there in Romeo and Juliet? Tybalt sends a letter to Romeo's house, which Romeo doesn't get because he doesn't go home. Friar Lawrence sends a letter to Romeo via Friar John which doesn't get delivered. Since the letters are not delivered, they cause nothing. If they are dramatic images of anything, they are images of miscommunication.
Juliet sends the Nurse.
Juliet sends the nurse to tell Romeo to meet Juliet in the afternoon.
well if you know romeo you will text him would you but if you are mad at him i wouldn't text him would you
Tybalt sends a challenge to Romeo's house.
She sends him a ring.
She sends someone to find out if Romeo means to marry her. Her test she devised at the balcony scene was the next day she would sends someone to see if Romeo would marry her.
Juliet sends her Nurse to find out if she is to be married to Romeo.
He sends a challenge for Romeo to fight him.
She sends out the Nurse to meet with Romeo.
Juliet sends him a ring.
Juliet sends the nurse to Romeo to find out whether he really wants to marry her or not.
Juliet sends the Nurse and her servant Peter to Romeo to learn his arrangements for the wedding.
He sends another one and looks for an "iron crow" so he can break into Juliet's tomb himself.