Romeo and Juliet quick n fast question

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In act 5 is Tybalt, Paris, and Romeo the three characters who lie dead in the tomb with Juliet?

  • Romeo and Juliet quick n fast question -

    Seems so.

    http://nfs.sparknotes.com/romeojuliet/page_248.html
    (Read through Act 5 using the right hand column. Click on Next Page when you need to move forward in the play.)

  • Romeo and Juliet quick n fast question -

    Yes! Paris, Romeo and Juliet.

  • Romeo and Juliet quick n fast question -

    Mean to said, Paris, Romeo and Juliet. They all died in the tomb. (Act.5)

  • Romeo and Juliet quick n fast question -

    if you want to be very precise then it was Juliet, Romeo, Paris, and Tybalt. Because was already dead, because Romeo killed Tybalt and he was in the Capulet's tomb.

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