Romeo and Juliet project

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  • Romeo and Juliet
  • Forget Rosaline! I'm in love with her now.
  • romeo
  • juliet
  • I may not know his name, but I sure do like him!
  • juliet
  • Th' exchange of thy love’s faithful vow for mine.
  • O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?
  • romeo
  • Blythe Barrington-Hughes 4th Period 
  • I am for you. 
  • A plague o' both your houses! I am sped. Is he gone and hath nothing?
  • In Act 1, Romeo and Juliet met and fell in love during a Capulet party
  • juliet
  • In Act 2, Juliet appears in the balcony above. Romeo begins talking about how beautiful she is. Then Juliet, not knowing Romeo is there, begins mourning over the fact that Romeo is a Montague. After listening, Romeo reveals his presence and tells her that he loves her. After a moment with her Nurse, Juliet comes back and she and Romeo agree to marry.
  • juliet 
  • romeo
  • In Act 3, Mercutio challenges Tybalt to a duel, so he attacks Mercutio. Romeo attempts to intervene, holding Mercutio back. While Romeo is restraining him, Tybalt stabs Mercutio. Romeo vows revenge on Tybalt. Romeo and Tybalt duel, and Romeo kills Tybalt. The Prince arrives and banishes Romeo from Verona.
  • tybalt
  • romeo
  • mercutio
  • In Act 4, Friar will give Juliet a special potion that will "kill" her for 48 hours; Meanwhile, Friar will send a letter to Romeo, telling him the plan so that he can meet Juliet in the tomb. Juliet keeps a knife nearby in case the potion should fail. She then drinks the Friar's potion and falls to her bed, motionless.The nurse finds the young girl's lifeless body the next morning. When Lord Capulet finds out his daughter is dead, he orders the the wedding plans to shift into a funeral. 
  • Alas, alas! Help, help! My lady’s dead!—Some aqua vitae, ho!—My lord! My lady!
  • nurse
  • Pitiful sight! Here lies the county slain,And Juliet bleeding, warm and newly dead,Who here hath lain these two days buried.
  • In act 5, Romeo opens the tomb and finds Juliet's body. Devastated, he sits next to her and drinks the poison, kisses Juliet, and then dies. As planned, the potion wears off and Juliet awakens in the tomb, finding Romeo's dead body beside her. Then she realizes what has happened. She kisses Romeo in hopes that the poison will kill her as well, but it doesn't work. From outside the tomb, Friar Laurence begs Juliet to exit the vault and flee, but she chooses to kill herself with Romeo’s dagger.
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