Romeo and Juliet Storyboard
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Romeo, the prince has announced his punishment for you. You won't die, but you have been banished from Verona.
Banished? Exile is much worse than death. There is no Juliet for me outside the walls of Verona. Banishment is death by the wrong name.
Rude and unthankful boy! You committed a crime that is punishable by death, but our kind Prince took sympathy on you and ignored the law when he substituted banishment for death. This is kind mercy, and you don’t realize it.
Friar Lawrence is sitting on a park bench with Romeo. He explains to Romeo that he isn't allowed to go to Juliet's side of the neighborhood (Verona) anymore.
You just don't understand. It’s torture, not mercy. Heaven is here because Juliet lives here. Every other dog and cat can see her and touch her but I can't. How do you have the heart to mangle me with the word banishment?
After hearing this news Romeo begins to whimper and cry.
You foolish dog, listen to me for a moment you have no other choice.
Friar Lawrence tells him that he shouldn't be crying and he should be thankful that his punishment wasn't death.
I'd rather die and be beheaded than not be able to see Juliet.
Romeo tries to explain why it is so horrible that he can't see Juliet.
Friar Lawrence is mad at Romeo and wants to set him straight that Romeo is being a baby.
Romeo says he would rather have had the punishment of death than not be able to see Juliet. Then, he continues to whimper and cry.
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