Romeo and Juliet Act 3, Scene 1 - Part 1
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Tybalt enters with his followers
Just a word? Why not make it a word and a blow?
I will be ready for that, sir, if you give me an excuse.
Hello. May I have a word with one of you?
Tybalt asks about Romeo
Can't you take an excuse, instead of me giving you one?
Consort? Do you think we're minstrels? If you do, you'll only hear discords from us!
You consort with Romeo.
Mercutio wants to fight with Tybalt
Here is my fiddle-stick, it shall make you dance. Consort, you say!
We're talking in public! Let's either got to a private place, or depart. All eyes are on us here.
Benvolio warns Mercutio and Tybalt
Men's eyes were made to look. Let them gaze; I will not budge for man's pleasure.
Well, peace be with you, sir; here comes my man.
Romeo says he can't fight Tybalt
I wonder what the reason is.
Tybalt, I have reason to love you and that prevents my anger. I am no villian. Farewell, I see that you do not know me.
Romeo, I can't call you anything nicer than this: you are a villian.
Boy, that shall not excuse the injuries. So, turn and draw your sword.