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Who says the following and what is being described? "[A] hound clench[ed] a dappled fawn in its front paws, slashing it as it writhed. All marveled to see it, solid gold as it was, the hound slashing, throttling the fawn in its death-throes, hoof flailing to break free." *
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someone who lacks passion in romeo and juliet
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Paris is a character that lacks passion. He is a kinsman of Prince Escalus who wants to marry Juliet. Paris is a good-looking and wealthy man, but is rather pompous, a tad boring, and lacks Romeo’s passion. His love for Juliet seems genuine, but, like Capulet, he seems to think he can make Juliet’s decisions for her.
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