What are the key points in all of Act 4 in the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet? what are the major events that take place

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Act IV is considered the falling action of the play. The main plot point is that Juliet, who has already married Romeo, accepts a plan by the Friar to fake her death the day before her marriage to Paris . She does this, and the household mourn what...

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Act IV is considered the falling action of the play. The main plot point is that Juliet, who has already married Romeo, accepts a plan by the Friar to fake her death the day before her marriage to Paris. She does this, and the household mourn what they think is her untimely death.

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