Romeo and Juliet Storyboard

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  • (Interpret) 4.1.106
  • Thou shalt continue two and forty hours, and then awake as from a pleasant sleep.
  • (Tone) 4.1.45-46
  • O, shut the door! And when thou hast done so, come weep with me, past hope, past cure, past help.
  • (Irony) 4.4.26-27
  • Go awaken Juliet. Go and trim her up. I'll go and chat with Paris.
  • "Thou shalt continue two and forty hours,..." (4.1.106). This quote is from the conversation between Friar Laurence and Juliet. He is telling her that she will be in a death state for 42 hours. After the 42 hours are up she will wake as though she would from a nice slumber. When she wakes, Romeo shall be there to take her away to Mantua where they shall live in peace.
  • (Metaphor, technically a simile) 4.5.28-29
  • Death lies on her like an untimely frost upon the sweetest flower of all the field.
  • "O, shut the door! And when thou hast done so, / Come weep with me, past hope, past cure, past help." (4.1.45-46). This quote is spoken by Juliet and depicts her as sad due to her wanting of one to weep with. Also, she speaks that the mess she is in is beyond hope and help. If I were to be saying such lines I would indeed say them sadly for that is what they are. She is literally saying that what has happened cannot be helped in any way and that she needs another to cry with, away from Paris.
  • (Blame) 3.1.60-61
  • Villain am I none. Therefore, farewell. I see thou know'st me not.
  • "Go waken Juliet. Go and trim her up. / I'll go and chat with Paris." (4.4.26-27). This quote shows dramatic irony for Lord Capulet, the sayer of the quote, does not know that he is sending the Nurse to the room a "dead" Juliet. Everyone in the house is oblivious to the fact that Juliet took a potion to put her into a death-like sleep. The audience knows what the characters in the play do not which indeed makes its dramatic irony.
  • (Soliloquy) 4.3.19-58
  • My dismal scene I needs must act alone. Come, vial.
  • "Death lies on her like an untimely frost / Upon the sweetest flower of all the field." (4.5.28-29). This quote represents a simile as it compares Juliet's death to the death of a beautiful flower by an unforeseen freeze. Also, the quote is a simile for it uses like in its comparison.
  • "Villain am I none. / Therefore, farewell. I see thou know'st me not." (3.1.60-61).  This quote represents a moment when Romeo is rejecting to fight Tybolt. Due to the fact that Romeo declines the duel both Tybolt and Mercutio get angry. This ultimately results in the death of Mercutio by Tybolt and then the death of Tybalt by Romeo. This entire thing a huge mistake that was initiated by none other than Romeo.
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  • A soliloquy is a long speech in which a character on stage alone expresses his or her thoughts aloud. The specific lines of act 4 scene 3 are a soliloquy of Juliet's. She is second guessing herself on whether or not to drink from the vial given to her by Friar Laurence. She believes it may be poison or even that she may wake up too soon and be stuck in a tomb with those who have died. No one is around to hear her as she tells to no one in particular what she is thinking. This makes a soliloquy indeed.
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