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(SCENE II) The setting of Scene II affects the plot in each of the following ways EXCEPT:
it provides Romeo and Juliet with a private place to talk.
it allows Romeo to overhear Juliet before she is aware.
it prevents the lovers from being discovered by Juliet's family.
it creates a romantic atmosphere for their intimate conversation.
it elevates Juliet above Romeo so that he compares her to the sun.