What warning does Friar Laurence give in Scene 6?
What doubts and fears does Juliet Express?
Friar Laurence is worried about the sudden way in which Romeo has switched his affections from one woman to another. He is concerned that such fickle behavior does not suggest deep-seated love but mere physical lust, which is also sinful.
What are the Friar’s concerns?
What warning does friar give about passionate love? What fear does he express for their future? He warns him of the feud between the two families and that the marriage might cause more trouble.
What doubts and fears does Juliet express even as she realizes that Romeo loves her? She fears for his life at the hands of her relatives. She fears that his love is shallow and that he may have a change of heart and turn out to be a liar. She doubts whether he can be sincere in so short a time.
Why is Friar Lawrence worried at the beginning of Act 2 Scene 6?
The friar warns Romeo that “violent delights have violent ends,” and that even “the sweetest honey” becomes loathsome when indulged in too often. He urges Romeo to “love moderately”—if he does, he will love longer.