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Act I Sc i In this scene Sampson and Gregory challenge Abraham and Balthasar to a duel Abraham enters and sees Sampson biting his thumb and they then duel It is broken up when several officers enter and tell them to cease fighting Lord Capulet then asks Lady Capulet for his sword to fight Lord Montague she laughs at him and they exit the scene We then enter Romeos room and see he and his cousin Benvolio talking of Romeos lost love Rosaline and how Romeo is sad and spends most of his day sleeping Act I Sc ii During scene ii the Lord Capulet and Prince Paris discuss the marriage of Juliet and how Paris would like to wed her as soon as possible We then see Romeo and Benvolio talking with the servant who is to deliver the invitations to the upcoming ball Benvolio and Romeo plan to go to the dance in disguise Benvolio convinces Romeo he will forget all about Rosaline once he sees how beautiful Juliet is Act I Sc iii In this scene Lady Capulet consults Juliet about Paris urge to marry her The Nurse then begins to ramble on about how she raised Juliet and that Juliet is to young to be wed Lady Capulet tells the Nurse to be quiet and Juliet then states that she isnt of age for marriage yet Act I Sc iv During scene iv Romeo Mercutio and Benvolio plot their entrance into the ball and they decide not to make their appearance known and are going to enter by stealth Before they enter Mercutio talks about who has what kind of dreams and Romeo becomes angered and tells him to stop talking nonsense Act I Sc v In scene v Tybalt overhears Romeo speaking with a servant about how gorgeous Juliet is Tybalt becomes outraged and demands for his sword Tybalt then speaks with Lord Capulet and he on the
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