Romeo and Juliet
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You create fights, even if there isn't anything to get angry about.
Mercutio is telling Benvolio that he is a fight starter, using a monologue- long speech.
You're a villain, Romeo.
Tybalt uses a metaphor to call Romeo evil. He uses the word villain, but Romeo isn't a literal villain.
Mercutio has been stabbed, and he says that Tybalt made him into worm food, but this is figurative language because they didn't actually make him worm food.
They have made me into worm food.
I wish time moved faster so I could see Romeo again. I want to be intimate and love him. Please, I need Romeo.
Juliet uses a monologue to explain how much she wants to see and be with Romeo again.
"This is as bad as the tortures of hell." If Romeo killed himself, I won't be the same.
Juliet uses a simile to express how painful it is t think that Romeo has killed himself.
Juliet uses a metaphor to explain her pain at the thought of Romeo being dead. Her heart isn't actually breaking, she's just very upset.
"Oh, my heart is breaking." I will die with Romeo if he is dead. I will lay with him.
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