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Write two complete sentences explaining a way in which TIME AFFECTS or CONTROLS characters in Act IV. How does time BLUR reality, and cause characters to act impulsively rather than to think and plan their actions carefully? (Please note that your answer MUST refer to events found ONLY in Act IV.)
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My answer:A way time affects and controls the characters is when Juliet listens to Friar Lawrence and tells her father that she is willing to marry Paris and wishes that her father forgives her for her sinful behavior. After her father heard this, he impulsively pushes the wedding the next day instead of Thursday, not thinking clearly how this will affect everyone, it would all be too rushed and short noticed.