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Romeo and Juliet Act 2, Chorus Summary

  • The Chorus enters the stage and delivers a rather redundant speech about what the audience already knows: Romeo has forgotten all about Rosaline and is now in love with the daughter of his enemy—Juliet Capulet.
  • Okay, let's get on with it already.

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