Deep Dive Act 2&3 Romeo & Juliet
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Act 2 scene 2
I pledged my love to you before you asked me to. Yet I wish I could take that promise back, so I had it to give again.
Act 2 scene 3
Please, I beg you, don’t scold me. The girl I love now returns my love. The other girl did not love me.
Come on, inconsistent young man, come with me. I’ll help you with your secret wedding.
Oh, noble prince, I can tell you everything about the unfortunate circumstances of this deadly fight.
Act 3 Scene 1
Curse your families!
Where are the evil men who started this fight?
Benvolio is part of the Montague family. His loyalties to the Montagues make him tell lies. He’s not telling the truth.
Romeo snuck into the garden outside Juliet's room so he could confess his love for her. Juliet then also confess her love for him after meeting for the first time.
Act 3 Scene 2
I would be satisfied if we made each other true promises of love.
Oh, Tybalt, Tybalt, he was the best friend I had. Oh, polite Tybalt, he was an honorable gentleman. I wish I had not lived long enough to see him die
Romeo plans a secret marriage with Juliet, after having two short conversations with her, by talking to Friar Lawrence.
Act 3 Scene 3
Romeo runs away to the church after killing Tylbalt, because Tylbalt killed Mercutio. Leaving Benvolio to tell the prince what happened.
Act 3 Scene 5
Well, if you won’t get married, I’ll excuse you. Eat wherever you want, but you can no longer live under my roof.
The nurse poorly describes what happened to Tylbalt and Romeo. Juliet insults Romeo, then the nurse agrees, then Juliet insults her for insulting him.
What disaster is this? Has Romeo been killed, and is Tybalt dead too? Tybalt was my dearest cousin. Romeo was even dearer to me as my husband.
Friar Lawrence tells Romeo what his punishment is and that he is lucky the prince didn't decide to execute him, instead he was merciful and exiled him.
He made a gentler decision. You won’t die, but you’ll be banished from the city.
Ha, banishment? Be merciful and say “death.” Exile is much worse than death. Don’t say “banishment.
Indeed, my child, at Saint Peter’s Church early Thursday morning, the gallant, young, and noble gentleman Count Paris will happily make you a joyful bride.
Lady Capulet tells Juliet that she will marry Paris, then when Juliet refuses her father tells her that if she doesn't she will be disowned.
Please, tell my father, madam, I won’t marry yet. And, when I do marry, I swear, it will be Romeo, whom you know I hate, rather than Paris. That’s really news!
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