romeo and juliet


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  • (4.5.9)
  • I needs must wake her. Madam, madam, madam
  • (4.3.14-18)
  • Good-bye. Only God knows when we will meet again. I have a faint cold fear thrills through my veins that almost freezes the heat of life. I'll call them back to comfort me. Nuse! What would she do here? My dismal needs to be alone.
  • (4.5.34-37)
  • No! Let me see her. Oh no! She's cold. Her blood has stopped, and her joints are stiff. She was a flower, but death deflowered her.
  • I think the meaning of the quote is to show that she is not responding and the potion had worked. Juliet is laying there and she seems to be dead because she isn't waking up no matter what they do. They think she is dead but she really isn't.
  • (4.1.78-89)
  • Hide me every night in a morgue full of bodies with wet, smelly, flesh and skulls without jawbones. These ideas make me tremble but I will do them to be a pure wife to my sweet love.
  • Juliet is talking to herself after the nurse and Lady Capulet exit, or she is having a soliloquy. She is scared about what is going to happen and doesn't know when she will see them again.
  • (1.5.91-94)
  • (Taking Juliet's hand) If I profane with my unworthiest hand. This holiest shrine, the gentle sin this is: My lips, two blushing pilgrims, ready stand to smooth that rough touch with a tender kiss.
  • He compares death to when a flower becomes deflowered. He says, "She was a flower, but death deflowered her."
  • (4.3.49-58)
  • Oh, if I wake, shall I not be distraught. Oh look! Methinks I see Tybalt's ghost. Seeking upon Romeo, that did split his body upon a Rapiers point. Stay Tybalt, stay! Romeo, Romeo, Romeo. Here's a drink. I drink to thee.
  • Juliet is scared of doing all the things to be true to her husband, but she will do any of them without dread or fear. Some words that describe the scene are maybe, hope, fear, and death.
  • I blame Romeo for all the things that have gone, he didn't have to flirt with Juliet at the party and do all the things he did at that party. I feel like the party started the whole thing and he is the one to blame for it.
  • The one drama term I noticed in this act was dramatic irony. Juliet and Friar Lawrence were the only ones who knew about the potion. The whole audience knew that Juliet wasn't dead but the Capulets didn't.
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