Why does capulet think the following exchange is so funny? capulet. make haste, make haste. sirrah, fetch drier logs:
call peter, he will show thee where they are.
sec. serv. i have a head, sir, that will find out logs,
and never trouble peter for the matter.
he knows that peter is not that smart.
the servant is calling himself a loggerhead.
right after this exchange, the servant trips over a log.
he knows that the servant has no idea where the logs are.
is this a question or a statement?
Ithink it’s b, alliteration, due to the repetitive uses of ‘s’ and ‘f’ (faintly falling, soul swooned, etc.) i’m not positive but i hope this some : )
Redo your work? i’m not sure of what the answers
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