Romeo and Juliet

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  • (4.2.18)
  • ¨I have learned me to repent the sin/Of disobedient opposition...¨
  • (4.3.15)
  • ¨... I have a faint cold fear thrills through my veins...¨
  • (4.5.36)
  • ¨... Death is my son in law. Death is my heir.¨
  • This quote is Juliet taking to her Father and saying that she has known that she had done wrong and is now willing to obey her father´s decisions.
  • (4.1.83-89)
  • ¨O´recovered quite with dead men´s rattling bones with reeky shanks and yellow chapless skulls or bid me go into a new made grave and hide me with a dead man in his shroud things that to hear them told have made me tremble...¨
  • This quote plays a role of defining Juliet's tone during this time. It shows that the tone has changed into a fearful suspense. Will she continue with this scared tone and find every reason that it could go wrong or will it change into a more confident feeling and she will just take the potion.
  • (1.2.87-88)
  • ¨Go there and compare her objectively to some other girls I’ll show you.¨
  • This quote said by Capulet has personification. He gives death human actions to exaggerate his sadness. Death could not actually be his son in law because that is a human action or position.
  • (4.5.24)
  • Juliet is describing the tomb using imagery that creates a visual in your head of what she is willing to do, to not marry Paris, but to be with Romeo. She describes it as a horrible place with dead people, rotting flesh, and bones.
  • I think the character I blame for all the mistakes that occurred was Benvolio. He was the one who had the initial idea of Romeo sneaking into the Capulet´s party to find other women. If Benvolio would have minded his own business then Romeo and Juliet would have never of met and new feuds would not have been started
  • In this scene there is some major dramatic irony. The audience knows that Juliet has taken a sleeping potion given to her by Friar Lawrence. However, the Nurse, Paris, and Capulets are not aware of that and think that Juliet is actually dead.
  • ¨She´s dead, deceased, she´s dead, Alack the day!¨
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