Romeo and Juliet

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  • Interpretation of a quote
  • ¨I needs must wake her. Madam, madam, madam¨
  • Defining Juliet's tone
  • ¨O, shut the door!, And when thou hast done so, come weep with me, past hope, past cure, past help.¨
  • Dramatic/ situational irony
  • ¨Every one prepare to follow this fair corse unto her grave¨
  • Interpreting this quote, the Nurse is basically saying to herself that she needs to wake up Juliet. Because Juliet needs to be ready for her wedding. The Nurse then calls Juliet by madam to see if she would finally wake up (4.5.9).
  • Metaphor for Juliet
  • Juliet's tone of voice is frustrated because she has to marry Paris.  Juliet was bonded with Romeo and now that he is gone she is already sad. That's also why she wants Paris to come weep over Romeo (4.1.45-46).
  • Why Romeo is to blame
  • ¨Staying for thine to keep him company either thou or I, or both, must go with him
  • Friar is creating dramatic and situational irony because he goes along with Juliet's death. Us and Friar know that Juliet drank the potion and that she is not dead. But other all the other characters don't creating that dramatic irony (4.5.93-94).
  • Friar's monologue
  • Here we have Capulet giving a metaphor about Juliet's lifeless body. His metaphor is about how Juliet was a flower that died from an untimely frost (4.5.28-29).
  • ¨Death lies on her like an untimely frost upon the sweetest flower of all the field.¨
  • Romeo is to blame for all of the mistakes that have happened. Because he should never have killed Tybalt. If he had never killed Tybalt he would be with Juliet and then Tybalt would be killed for his actions (3.1.84-91).
  • Friar Lawrence gives a speech, monologue, to everyone in Juliet's room. He says to everyone that Juliet is in a better place and that is what everyone wanted but yet their mad that she is gone. So Friar delievers this speech telling them she is in heaven (4.5.66-84).
  • ¨Now heaven hath all, And all the better is it for the maid.Your part in her you could not keep from death, But heaven keeps his part in eternal life.¨
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