Act 3 Scene 2
Updated: 1/15/2020
Act 3 Scene 2
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  • Act 3 Scene 2
  • "Ah, weraday, he's dead, he's dead, he's dead! We are undone, lady, we are undone! Alack the day, he's gone, he's kill'd, he's dead." (III.II.37-39)
  • "Now, nurse, what news? What hast thou there?" (III.II.33-34) Click To Edit"Now, nurse, what news? What hast thou there?" (III.II.33-34) Help Insert ParagraphUndoes the last commandRedoes the last commandTabUntabSet a bold styleSet a italic styleSet a underline styleSet a strikethrough styleClean a styleSet left alignSet center alignSet right alignSet full alignToggle unordered listToggle ordered listOutdent on current paragraphIndent on current paragraphChange current block's format as a paragraph(P tag)Change current block's format as H1Change current block's format as H2Change current block's format as H3Change current block's format as H4Change current block's format as H5Change current block's format as H6Insert horizontal rulelinkDialog.show Summernote 0.8.11 · Project · Issues
  • Capulet OrchardJuliet and the Nurse
  • "Romeo can,Though heaven cannot. O Romeo, Romeo! Who ever would have thought it? Romeo!"(III.II.41-43) Click To Edit""(III.II.41-43) Help Insert ParagraphUndoes the last commandRedoes the last commandTabUntabSet a bold styleSet a italic styleSet a underline styleSet a strikethrough styleClean a styleSet left alignSet center alignSet right alignSet full alignToggle unordered listToggle ordered listOutdent on current paragraphIndent on current paragraphChange current block's format as a paragraph(P tag)Change current block's format as H1Change current block's format as H2Change current block's format as H3Change current block's format as H4Change current block's format as H5Change current block's format as H6Insert horizontal rulelinkDialog.show Summernote 0.8.11 · Project · Issues
  • "Can Heaven be so envious"(III.II.40)
  • In this scene, the nurse is telling Juliet about Romeo's death in a deceipting way. (Deception)
  • "O Tybalt, Tybalt, the best friend I had!O courteous Tybalt, honest gentleman,That ever I should live to see thee dead!" (III.II.61-63)
  • What storm is this that blows so contrary?Is Romeo slaughtered, and is Tybalt dead,My dear-loved cousin, and my dearer lord? (III.II.64-66)
  • The nurse comes and uses the phrase "he's dead"Juliet thinks the nurse is refering to Romeo death. The nurses use of pronouns is deceiving and misleads Juliet into thinking her beloved husband is dead.
  • Act 2 Scene 6
  • "Do thou but close our hands with holy words,Then love-devouring death do what he dare,It is enough I may but call her mine."(II.VI.6-8)
  • The nurse continues to use deceiving language when she dramatically says "O Romeo! Who would have ever thought it!" "Oh Romeo" is dramatic irony. This relates to the motif deception because Juliet is is mislead by the nurses's statement.
  • Friar Lawrence’s CellFriar Lawrence, Romeo, Juliet
  • "Ah, Juliet, if the measure of thy joyBe heaped like mine, and that thy skill be moreTo blazon it, then sweeten with thy breathThis neighbor air, and let rich music’s tongueUnfold the imagined happiness that bothReceive in either by this dear encounter." (II.VI.24-29)
  • Good even to my ghostly confessor.(II.VI.21)
  • The nurse continues exaggerating that Tybolt was her best friend. This is a hyperbole, she was never best friends with Tybalt. She is still deceiving Juliet, who still does not know who actually died. The nurse deceipted Juliet in her grief. Shakespeare tells us that sometimes actions of others can mislead us unintentionally.
  • In this scene, Romeo and Juliet deceive their families by marrying each other without their knowledge. (Deception)
  • "But my true love is grown to such excess I cannot sum up sum of half my wealth." (II.VI.33-34)
  • "These violent delights have violent ends,And in their triumph die, like fire and powder,Which as they kiss consume. The sweetest honeyIs loathsome in his own deliciousness,And in the taste confounds the appetite."(II.VI.9-13)
  • This scene above is an example of deception because Friar Lawrence is stating how all things are double edged. This implies that a swift marrage will have a swift end.
  • At this point Romeo and Julliet are truly dec\iving there parents because in this time period there is no way to get out of marrage. This action will be perminant.
  • This quote reminds the reader how Romeo and Juliet are deceiving their parents, by having them married while not being allowed to have a good relationship.
  • Come, come with me, and we will make short work.For, by your leaves, you shall not stay aloneTill holy church incorporate two in one. (II.VI.35-38)
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