Romeo and Juliet Story Board

Romeo and Juliet Story Board

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  • Romeo is standing below Juliet, calling out to her. When he says, "what light through yonder windo breaks?" He uses the words yonder and window, so he is far away from her calling up to her window. His tone while he is speaking in the begining of the scene is very longing, so his arms are posititioned like this because he is calling out to her, longing for her love.
  • Juliet's first line of this scene says, "Ay me", which is very dramatic and sad. Romeo also describes how Juliet "leans her cheek upon her hand" just like she is posed here.
  • Romeo says, "shall I hear more, or shall I speak at this?" He is questioning whether or not to unterrupt her and tell her that he is there. He is deciding whether to speak up, but is also intreguid about what she will say next. 
  • Juliet says, "O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?" She is very distressed. I think that she would be pacing arounf the balcony loooking for him. Her tone sounds urgent as if she needs to tell him that she is willing to rid herself of her family name for their love. 
  • Romeo has now interrupted Juliet, making himself known and that he was listening to her conversation. He says "I take thee at thy word." so his arms and body is positioned in a way where he seems welcoming and can "take" her. Juliet, however, is very suprised that a man was there as she says, "What man art thou bescreen"d in night so stumblest on my counsel?"
  • Romeo has just exposed his true identity to Juliet. He says, "My name, dear saint, is hateful to myself." He is talking about how he is a Montegue, even though their families are rivals. His tone seems nervous and ashamed that because of his family, they are technically enemies. Juliet is surprised to hear this as she says, "my ears have note yet drunk a hundred words of that tongue's utterance."
  • Now that their identities have been exposed and Juliet knows that Romeo is a Montegue, she is worried that her family will catch him below her balcony window. "If they do see thee, they will murder thee," she says. She is nervous that her family will kill her true love. Romeo, however, is quite cocky and confident. He says, "Alack, there lies more peril in thine eye." He continues to dismiss her worry that he will get caught and is sure that the darkenss of night will protect him from being seen. "I have neight's cloak to hide me from their sight."
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