an emotional release.
An emotional release, sometimes known as catharsis, is the purification and purgation of emotions. This is the feeling that the audience gets when a conflict is resolved and order restored. In this case, the scene explains how everyone discovered the bodies of Romeo and Juliet, and realized how the conflict between the two families had only led to tragedy. Capulet and Montague decide to end their feud, and to always honour the two lovers. This provides an emotional release for the audience.
c) an emotional release
Explanation: In this excerpt from Act V, Scene III of "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakespeare, this dialogue represents an emotional relief that is an element of Shakespearean tragedy. One of the elements of Shakespearean tragedy is the catharsis. Tragedies help the audiences to release and cleanse their emotions. When we watch tragedies we identify with the suffering of the characters. In "Romeo and Juliet", we identify with the suffering of both Capulet and Montague.
I believe the answer is C. An emotional release.
C is correct
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He wrote hecka book you can't just put the freaking answer and think we know it.
Not sure tho.