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I would sum up Romeo's attitude in that scene as that of a fairly standard teenager, perhaps one who is slightly romantic. He thinks he is in love, and he definitely is in love with the idea of being in love. He thinks Rosalind influences his entire being and existence. He's sad because, as he says, he is " Out of her favour, where I am in love."
I keep saying he thinks this, because he's not really in love, or if he is, it is a shallow, passing love that is swept away as soon as he meets Juliet.
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