The Banishment of Romeo
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Your boy Romeo is a fool. And he has cost you your life.
You cheated you dirty rat king, you will pay!
Romeo shall be banished from Verona like Adam from Eden.
My Romeo, how could you kill my relative with such ease, only three hours and we already are headed for the worst.
Tybalt and Mercutio battle, at Mercutio's expense, Romeo was the one who stopped the fight but Tybalt stuck his sword into Mercutio after the battle.
My love thinks I murder, so now I will take myself in shame of this belief.
The Prince bans Romeo for the killing of Tybalt, ruining his love life with Juliet. (literary term is simile and allusion)
I will take you to your love to comfort her in your time of distress.
The nurse informs Juliet about the battle of Romeo and Tybalt and Juliet becomes upset, willing to die for Romeo.
Oh Romeo, why do you leave me so soon. this is the nightingale calling, not the lark, it is still very dark.
Romeo threatens to stab himself because he thinks his lover believes him to be a murderer and will take his own life instead.
The nurse finds Romeo hiding out, and decides to take him to Juliet for the night before he leaves town.
Juliet doesn't want her lover to leave, using the comment about the birds to deceive time. (literary term is rhyme)
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