Romeo and Juliet

"Carrion" is defined as dead or or rotting flesh. According to Romeo, what attributes does the carrion fly have that he does not?

Act 3 Scene 3

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Romeo says that the carrion fly is healthier, more honorable, and better suited to love than he is. He envisions himself as having none of these attritbutes.


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