Romeo and Juliet Act 5 Important Quotes

“Ah me, how sweet is love itself possessed/When but love’s shadows are so rich in joy!”(5.1.11) a. Romeob. soliloquyc. Romeo says that love in reality is so amazing, and even the love in dreams is pretty good too
“Her body sleeps in Capel’s monument/And her immortal part with angels lives”(5.1.19) a. Balthasarb. Romeoc. Juliet is dead in the Capulet’s tomb
“Then I deny you, stars!”(5.1.25) a. Romeob. Balthasarc. Romeo denies his fate that Juliet is dead
“The world is not thy friend, nor the world’s law./The world affords no law to make thee rich”(5.1.76) a. Romeob. apothecaryc. Romeo tries to convince the apothecary that the apothecary’s life in Mantua is already so bad, so breaking a little law isn’t going to hurt
“Where the infectious pestilence did reign/sealed up the doors and would not let us forth”(5.2.10) a. Friar Johnb. Friar Lawrencec. Friar John says that he wasn’t able to leave Mantua to deliver the letter to Romeo because of the plague’s contamination
“Sweet flower, with flowers thy bridal bed I strew”(5.3.12) a. Parisb. about Julietc. Paris calls Juliet a flower and says that he’s going to leave flowers on her grave
“More fierce and inexorable far/Than empty tigers or the roaring sea” (5.3.38) a. Romeob. Parisc. Romeo says that his intentions right now to be with Juliet is greater than any natural force
“Thy husband in thy bosom there lies dead/And Paris, too. Come, I’ll dispose of thee” (5.3.161) a. Friar Lawrenceb. Julietc. Friar Lawrence tells Juliet that Romeo and Paris are both dead
“Haply some poison yet doth hang on them/To make me die with a restorative./Thy lips are warm”(5.3.171) a. Julietb. soliloquyc. Juliet hopes Romeo has some poison on his lips so she can take it as a medicine to kill herself
“O happy dagger/This is my sheath. There rust, and let me die”(5.3.175) a. Julietb. soliloquyc. Juliet’s final words before she kills herself
“Oh me, this sight of death is a bell/That warns my old age to a sepulcher(5.3.215) a. Lady Capuletb. everybodyc. Lady Capulet says the sight of all the death (Romeo, Prince, Juliet) is indicator that she might die too
“Miscarried by my fault, let my old life/Be sacrificed some hour before his time/Unto the rigor of severest law”(5.3.274) a. Friar Lawrenceb. everybodyc. Friar Larence admits that a lot of this death is his fault and is willing to die under the law
“See what a scourge is laid upon your hate/That heaven finds means to kill you joys with love”(5.3.303) a. Princeb. everybodyc. The Prince says that the hate between the Montagues and the Capulets have killed their children
“O brother Montague, give me thy hand”(5.3.306) a. Lord Capuletb. Lord Montaguec. Capulet asks for a truce between their two families
“A glooming peace this morning brings. The sun for sorrow will not show his head”(5.3.316) a. Princeb. everybodyc. The Prince says that through all of the tragedy, some kind of a peace was forged because the Montagues and Capulets reconciled their differences