That was the question of the day.
I don't really know. He does seem to be overly forthcoming with the information about what went down between Romeo and Tybalt. I'm trying to tell the kid to imagine the setting, imagine that the Prince might strike down anyone he feels might be lying. But, really, that's a hard scene for me, or them, to wrap our heads around; for Benvolio to give 40 lines of poetic explanation just seems too much.
Still love the play, though. I'm having an intensely good time teaching it this year.
Tomorrow is the big game. Woah, I'm excited.
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