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Friar Lawrence gave Juliet the poison in Romeo and Juliet.

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In Romeo and Juliet who gives Juliet the poison that makes her appear dead?

Friar Lawrence gives Juliet the potion.

What does Juliet ask from them romeo and Juliet act 4?

Juliet asks the Friar to help her avoid marrying Paris and be with Romeo. To accomplish this he gives her the poison that will feign death.

What causes the deaths of romeo and Juliet?

They commit suicide, Juliet with a knife and Romeo with poison.

How does Romeo sacrifice himself in Romeo and Juliet?

he drinks poison

What weapons did Romeo and Juliet die with?

Romeo drank poison and Juliet stabbed herself with his dagger.

In the Romeo and Juliet what did Romeo do when he found Juliet dead?

He drank some poison and commited suicide.

How will Romeo and Juliet die?

Romeo takes poison because he thinks Juliet is dead. He then dies of the poison. Juliet wakes up, she sees Romeo dead and she stabs herself with his dagger. Tragic.

What is the name of the poison in romeo and Juliet?

The name of the poison was not revealed in the play.

What role does the apothecary play in Romeo and Juliet?

he gave romeo the poison

In the play Romeo and Juliet what scene does romeo kill his self?


Who was talking about poison in Romeo and Juliet?

Romeo does, and so does Mrs. Capulet.

What was the posion in Romeo and Juliet made out of?

Rat poison.

Why does romeo take poison?

To be with Juliet because she is dead.

In Romeo and Juliet what is the penalty for selling poison?


What does Juliet commit suicide with?

the poison from Romeo's mouth

With what weapons did Romeo and Juliet die?

Romeo kills himself with poison bought from the apothecary and Juliet stabs herself with Romeo's dagger.

Why does romeo visit an apothecary?

Romeo visits an apothecary to buy poison to be with Juliet.

What death did Romeo and Juliet suffer?

romeo died from drinking poison and Juliet died from stabbing herself in chest

What was Romeo and Juliet's fate?

Romeo and Juliet's fate was that they both commited suicide at last where Romeo thought Juliet was dead and he drank the poison then Juliet woke and killed herself too.

How does Romeo kill himself in the play Romeo and Juliet?

He drinks poison, in Juliet tomb to "die with her", thinking Juliet was really dead. And Juliet stabbs herself when she see Romeo dead.

How does Juliet die?

A series of disastrous events lead to Romeo and Juliet's deaths. Juliet died by stabbing herself after Romeo drank poison.

How killed Romeo and juilet?

Juliet killed herself and Romeo drank poison because he thought Juliet was already dead.

Where does Romeo last see Juliet?

In the play, Romeo last sees Juliet in the tomb, and thinking that she is dead, he drinks poison.

In romeo and Juliet who's ghost does Juliet see before she takes the poison?

She sees Romeo's dead body, but not his ghost.

Why does Juliet kiss Romeo after his death in Romeo and Juliet?

Juliet kisses Romeo because she wants to see if there is any poison left on his lips so that she could drink some poison and also die , because there is no point in living now, now that Romeo is gone.