Romeo and Juliet

Free Version

Upgrade subject to access all content

Moderate

Money and Poison

RANDJ-Y4N1LW

What is ironic about Romeo's statement to the apothecary, “I sell thee poison, thou hast sold me none”?

A

The money Romeo is using to pay for the poison is actually Balthasar’s; he had to borrow it.

B

The apothecary tried to give him fake poison, out of fear that Romeo would harm himself.

C

Romeo calls the money he paid the apothecary the true poison.

D

Romeo promises to replenish the apothecary's supply of poison after he takes it.

E

Both 'B' and 'C'.