Romeo and Juliet

Scene 4 sets up a sense of foreboding-a feeling that something bad is about to happen. Identify Romeo's specific expressions of foreboding, as he sets off for the party.

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In Scene Four, Romeo remains depressed over Rosaline. He also admits concern about the attending a party at the home of his rivals.