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The morning after their wedding night together (Act 3, scene 5), Romeo looks outside and tells Juliet:

Look, love, what envious streaks
Do lace the severing clouds in yonder east.

For what purpose does he make this observation?

A

To prove to her that it is daytime and that he has to leave.

B

To compare the beauty of the sky to the beauty of her face.

C

To make small-talk and avoid having to leave.

D

To help the audience realize where they are located

E

To foreshadow later events

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