Romeo and Juliet

Read the following line from Romeo's monologue in Act II, Scene 2 of Romeo and Juliet:

But soft! What light through yonder window breaks?

What is Romeo saying in this passage?

a. Romeo has broken the window even though he threw a rock softly.
b. Juliet is standing in the east window.
c. Juliet's beauty shines like the sun.***
d. Romeo has never been in love before.

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  1. Yes

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  2. Juliet's beauty shines like

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  3. Read the following line from Romeo’s monologue in Act II, Scene 2 of Romeo and Juliet, where Shakespeare employs personification:

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  4. 1. a
    2.b
    3.d
    4.c

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