Romeo and Juliet
Updated: 1/23/2020
Romeo and Juliet
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Storyboard Text

  • Act 3.2.17
  • "Come, night. Come, Romeo. Come, thou day in night, For thou wilt like upon the wings of night whiter than new snow upon a ravens back.(3.2.17-20)
  • Juliet and the Nurse in Juliets Room
  • O, here comes my nurse, and she brings news, and every tongue that speaks but Romeo's name speaks heavenly eloquence.
  • Juliet is waiting for Romeo to come and her nurse comes with bad news.
  • Ay me, what news? Why dost thou wring thy hands?
  • Juliet does not yet know what Romeo has done, and is calling for darkness to come so she can be with him.
  • This relates to the motif light and dark because night (dark) often brings good things and light can bring bad things with it.
  • Shakespeare shows through Juliet that sometimes darkness brings the opposite of what is expected, and the same with light.
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