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In the personification of death in the final scene what is romeo communicating?

A: that death has taken Juliet as his love and he wants to keep her

B: That death has failed to kill Juliet

C: that death is like a thief who has stolen his love

I think it is A...IS this correct?

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  1. I answer yes for any people who see this later. Weird that one one answered for almost TWO ENTIRE YEEAAARS. My job here is done. *drops imaginary mic*

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  2. Also, the other answers are:
    2. B. an animal throat or mouth
    Researched "maw definition."
    3. C. Peace
    The third question is NOT peace, because of all the fighting, not to mention killing, that took place.
    NOW my job here is done.
    *picks up dropped mic and drops it again*

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  3. Thank you soldier

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  4. *picks up dropped mic and starts singing twinkle little star*

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  5. hes right btw

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  6. Ty sir, and ty for your time!

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  7. lol answers are
    1. In the personification of death in the final scene of Act V, in Romeo & Juliet, what is Romeo communicating? A. That death has taken Juliet as his love, & wishes to keep her.

    2. Define maw.
    B. An animal throat or mouth.

    3. Which of the choices below is not one of the themes of Romeo & Juliet?
    C. Peace.

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  8. thanks guys for all of your help 3/3 on this 100 percent.

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  9. yea thanks

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  10. sadly, CA is closing for grades 6-12. ill miss using this for tests

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  11. You and me both :( I'm in my last semester of 9th grade and I'm moving to k12 once CA is gone..

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  12. I didnt know it was closing now I know why my parents told me I need to pick a new school how will I pass tests now

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  13. You pass by reading your lessons. This is just a HELP website, but no worries, as long as you do the work yourself you should be alright. Sometimes the tests are hard, but the info is right in your lessons. Don't stress on not passing, I believe in you. You got this.... Good luck!:0
    ~thatonegirl

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  14. 1.A
    2.B
    3.A

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  15. @FOOT is wrong it is not A, B, A it is A, B, C

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  16. A.B.C

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  17. The answers are actually A B A.

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  18. Can confirm that for Unit 2 lesson 11 Romeo and Juliet Act V continued, that:

    1. A) that death has taken Juliet as his love and wishes to keep her
    2. B) an animal throat or mouth
    3. C) Peace.

    3/3 (100%)!

    -Seeker

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