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Q: What does Romeo mean when he says "Then I defy you, stars!"? He will get to Juliet before the stars come out. The stars represent fate, and Romeo is challenging fate's apparent decree. He is
challenging the conventional notions of night and day. He is inverting light and dark and robbing the stars of their "lightning."
A: Romeo meant the stars represent fate, and Romeo is challenging fate's apparent decree when he says "Then I defy you, stars!"
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Updated 124 days ago|12/21/2016 11:16:12 PM
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Romeo meant the stars represent fate, and Romeo is challenging fate's apparent decree when he says "Then I defy you, stars!"
Added 124 days ago|12/21/2016 11:16:12 PM
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Confirmed by jeifunk [12/22/2016 8:56:42 AM]
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