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On what grounds does Friar Laurence rebuke the Capulets for their wild grief?



A. He hints to them that Juliet is not really dead
B. He says Juliet will find a better life in heaven
C. He says such grief is unseemly for people of their high status
D. He says they are only pretending and didn t really love Juliet

This question is part of Romeo and Juliet Act IV
Asked by Driscollr, Last updated: Jul 02, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Jan 13, 2017

He says Juliet will find a better life in heaven
 

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