The Ball Scene- Adaora B

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  • The Capulet Dwellings
  • "This, by his voice, should be a Montague. Fetch me my rapier, boy."
  • "It fits when such a villain is a guest. I'll not endure him."
  • "He shall be endured"
  • ACT 1: SCENE 5- THE BALL SCENE
  • "Thus from my lips, by thine my sin is purged"
  • When Romeo enters the party, he sets his sights on this beautiful lady dancing in the middle of the floor, which happens to be Juliet. Tybalt over-hears Romeo talking to the servant, instantly knows he is a Montague, and tries to instigate a fight with him.
  • "Is she a Capulet? O dear account! My life is my foe's debt..."
  • Tybalt gets interrupted by Capulet asking him why he is so mad. Tybalt tells him that Romeo is at the party and that he will disturb the peace if they do not kick him out. Capulet, however, tells Tybalt to let it go and to let Romeo stay because he does not want a fight at his party.
  • "Go ask his name-If he is married..."
  • "His name is Romeo, and a Montague, the only son of your great enemy,"
  • This scene is very important because it is when Romeo and Juliet first meet each other and fall in love. Romeo is portrayed as a pilgrim that needs his sins to be absolved, and Juliet is a saint that takes away his sins with a kiss.
  • After the kiss, the nurse pulls Juliet aside and tells her that her mother would like to have a word with her. Curious, Romeo asks who her mother is and the nurse tells him that she is the lady of the house. Romeo then worries because he suspects his new love is also his foe.
  • In the final scene of Act 1, Juliet asks the Nurse to find out if Romeo is married and while doing so, discovers that he is a Montague. Juliet is torn because she is in love with Romeo but cannot be with him because he is also their biggest rival.
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