Deep Dive Act 2&3 Romeo & Juliet
Updated: 5/9/2020
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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