Answer to Question #104320 in English for Syri

Question #104320
Good morning/night. My question concerns literature. It is an extract from Romeo and Juliet from Act four scene five. "Mistress! What, mistress!...Death hath catched it from my sight." The question is "How does Shakespeare make this such a dramatic moment in the play?" Please, help and thank you in advance.
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2020-03-02T05:00:47-0500

The audience understands that Juliet´s death has been faked, but Romeo has no clue and this indicates dramatic irony. The audience as well finds the ending of the act 4 scene 5 exciting as it becomes clear to them that Romeo and Juliet are not able to live happily thereafter.



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