Romeo and Juliet act 3 study guide

Romeo and Juliet act 3 study guide

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  • Ha, banishment? Be merciful and say ¨death.¨ Exile is much worse than death. Don´t say banishment.¨´ (Shakespeare 3,3,167)
  • ¨Oh, it´s a sad day! He dead. He dead. He dead! We´re ruined! What an awful day! He´s gone. He´s been killed. He´s dead!¨ (Shakespeare 3,2,157)
  • ¨I´ve been hurt. May a plague curse both your families. I´m finished. Did he get away clean? ¨ (Shakespeare 3,1,145)
  • Act 3 Sc 1
  • ¨He made a gentler decision. you won´t die, but you´ll be banished from the city.¨ (Shakespeare 3,3,167)
  • ¨This fight well decide who dies.¨ (Shakespeare 3,1,149)
  • Oh my, what´s the news? Why do you look so upset?¨ (Shakespeare 3,2,157)
  • Act 3 Sc 2
  • Act 3 Sc 3
  • ACT 3 Sc 4
  • ¨Sir Paris, I´ll make a desperate argument for my child´s love. I think she´ll do whatever I say. No, I think she´ll do all that and more. I have no doubt about it.¨ (Shakespeare 3,4,183)
  • ¨These times of pain are bad times for romance. Madam,good night. Give my regards to your daughter.¨ (Shakespeare 3,4,183)
  • Act 3 Sc 5
  • ¨It was the lard, the bird that sings at dawn, not the nightingale. Look, my love , what are those streaks of light in the clouds parting in the east? Night is over, ans day is coming. If L want to live, I must go. If I stay, I´ll die.¨ (Shakespeare 3,3,187)
  • ¨The light is not daylight, I know it. It¨s some meteor coming out of the sun to light your way to Mantua. So stay for a while. You don´t have to go yet.¨ (Shakespeare 3,5,187)
  • ¨I will. And I´ll find out what she thinks about marriage early tomorrow.¨ (Shakespeare 3,3,183)
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