Evidence: “In a minute there are many days” In this piece of evidence Juliet is giving an idea of how quick time is travelling and is showing that she is in a state of happiness. By saying ‘minutes’ and ‘there are many days’ this is Juliet’s way of signifying how she feels about time, obviously there aren’t days in minutes, it’s impossible, so this is Shakespeare’s way of pointing out an exaggeration as there aren’t days in a minute - OK. So this is what I wrote & I am completely stuck because I have no idea what to go on about, I mean I know that she feels down about time but I don't have a clue on what to explain in 'depth' about... Please help

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