The Banishment

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  • Mercutio and Benvolio are on their way home. Benvolio knows that the tempers are high and begs Mercutio to go home. Mercutio on the other hand is ready to fight.
  • Can we please go home??
  • Never! If we have to fight that is what we do.
  • The Capulets and Tybalt enter in search of Romeo. Romeo has recently gained a reason to love the Capulets and will not fight. Mercutio will not let them abuse Romeo though.
  • Do not fight this weak man, fight me
  • Where is Romeo?
  • There really is no reason to fight
  • Mercutio and Tybalt fight, and Mercutio dies. Romeo, filled with grief feels that he is to blame for the death and will not leave unless either him or Tybalt dies.
  • How did I let this happen...
  • Tybalt feels confident and takes Romeo up on the offer. He is ready to kill whoever.
  • You will die with him!
  • Romeo kills Tybalt. The Capulets are distraught. Benvolio helps Romeo realize how much trouble he will get in if he stays there and Romeo begins to flee the scene.
  • Romeo you have to leave
  • My nephew, my nephew!!
  • The Prince arrives and sees the mess that has happened. He declares that Romeo's punishment is to be banned from Verona. This scene also demonstrates the literary term, monologue. A monologue is a long speech by one character. Here it is seen that Benvolio has begun explaining the incident, and is continuing to talk for a long time. This is an example of a monologue.
  • Romeo is banned from Verona!
  • Tybalt was the one who started the fight before he was killed...
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