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Anyone know the answer to this about Romeo and Juliet Act 4? I read through the script and couldn't find Friar Lawrence talking about his plan for Romeo and Juliet after she wakes up besides them going to Mantua, but that's not an answer option.

Friar Lawrence thinks that after awhile, he can ...


a

get the Prince to pardon Romeo, and everyone will be so glad that Juliet is alive that they'll stop fighting each other and accept her marriage to a Montague.

b

Get Romeo and Juliet on ship to England, where they will live happily ever after.

c

get the church to approve a divorce from Paris so Juliet can be with Romeo.

d

all of the above.

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  1. https://www.sparknotes.com/shakespeare/romeojuliet/
    Scroll down and find the list of characters. Read about the Friar.

    I don't know the answer since it's been way too many years since I read this play. Sorry.

  2. Does somebody know it

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