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Which of the following speeches from Romeo and Juliet is a soliloquy? A. In Scene i, Benvolio gives a long explanation to the Prince of the “bloody fray.” B. In Scene ii, Juliet, alone in her room,
expresses her impatience and anxiety. C. In Scene iii, the Friar and Romeo are alone when the Friar tells Romeo of his banishment. D. In Scene v, the conversation between Juliet and Lady Capulet is full of double meanings.
The following speech from Romeo and Juliet is a soliloquy: B. In Scene ii, Juliet, alone in her room, expresses her impatience and anxiety.
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