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Are we talking about Romeo and Juliet?
Well im not really sure how to explain it to you its something you should have picked up from reading the play :/
Do you remeber what happened in that part?
5.3 SUMMARY: In this scene, the final scene of Romeo and Juliet, action begins with Paris and his page arriving in the churchyard outside of the Capulet tomb. Paris wants some time to grieve Juliet's death, and he asks his page to hide and whistle if he sees anyone coming to disturb his solitude. While Paris is praying to Juliet, he hears his page whistle. The page has seen Romeo and Balthasar approaching. Romeo gives Balthasar a letter to give to his father the following morning, and tells him that he will enter the tomb to retrieve a precious ring of his lady's. Romeo asks Balthasar to leave and warns him not to be nosy for fear of punishment. Balthasar agrees, and Romeo gives him money in thanks as he proceeds alone. However, Balthasar decides to hide and wait just in case. Romeo begins to open the tomb as Paris watches from his hiding place. Paris, angered by Romeo's apparent defacing of the tomb, comes forward in challenge. Romeo begs Paris to not be angry and to leave him alone, but Paris is too upset to back down. They fight, and Romeo is the victor. Paris, fatally wounded, begs to be placed in the tomb with Juliet. Romeo realizes who Paris is and promises to bury him in the tomb, which he does. He goes to Juliet in the tomb and grieves for her once more, and finally, in the throes of sorrow, he drinks his deadly potion after stealing one last kiss. As he dies, the Friar Laurence arrives in the churchyard and meets Balthasar. Balthasar tells the Friar that Romeo is in the tomb, and the Friar hurries to right the situation. As Friar Laurence enters the tomb, he sees Paris and Romeo dead as he notices Juliet awakening. Juliet asks for Romeo and the Friar sadly tells her that not only is her husband dead, but Paris as well. He asks her to leave with him, but Juliet does not go. She kisses Romeo's still warm lips and stabs herself with her beloved's dagger. Meanwhile, outside the tomb, all present are held to wait for the Prince to arrive. The Prince arrives just before the Capulets and Montagues. The Capulets are told that their daughter, once dead, was again warm and yet dead again, which destroys the man and his wife. Montague tells of his wife's death that evening as he arrives, which was due to her grief over Romeo's exile. When he learns of his son's death, he can only feel angry that his son would reach the grave before he. The Friar goes before the Prince and explains the whole story from beginning to end. Balthasar confirms the story and presents Romeo's letter to the Prince. The Prince finds Romeo's letter to confirm the Friar's words, and he speaks harshly to the Montagues and Capulets. Because of their hatred toward each other, they have sacrificed their most beloved. The two families realize their wrong-doings, and join hands as they grieve. The Prince concludes the story by commenting on how high a price has been paid for peace in Verona.
Im not gonna make you read all of that but based on this it seems that romeo was paying respect to tybalts body
ok thxs :)
No problem so whats the answer? :)