What are some important points about Friar Lawrence's speech near the end of Act IV Scene 1 of Romeo and Juliet?

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This speech is important because it describes the substance of Friar Lawrence's plan to reunite Juliet with her husband while averting her planned marriage to Paris . He describes the effects of the poison she will take, which will create a "borrowed likeness of shrunk death" that...

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