Enough with mercy and consideration. It’s time for rage to guide my actions.Mercutio’s soul is floating right above our heads. He’s waiting for you to keep him company on the way up to heaven. Either you, or I, or both of us have to go with him,This fight will decide who dies.
Act III, Scene I
Act III, Scene II
There is no trust, no faith, no honesty in men. All of them lie. All of them cheat. They’re all wicked.Are you going to say good things about the man who killed your cousin?
Act III, Scene III
he doesn’t say anything, sir. She just weeps and weeps. She falls on her bed and then starts to get up. Then she calls out Tybalt’s name and cries “Romeo,” and then she falls down again.
During the heat of the day, Benvolio and Mercutio are loitering on the streets of Verona when Tybalt arrives looking for Romeo. Benvolio wishes to avoid a confrontation with the Capulets; however, Mercutio is deliberately provocative and tries to draw Tybalt into an argument so that they can fight.
Act III, Scene IV
I’ll make a desperate argument for my child’s love. I think she’ll do whatever I say.
Wretched boy, you hung out with him here, and you’re going to go to heaven with him.
The Nurse arrives and in her grief, misleads Juliet into thinking that Romeo has been killed. When the Nurse eventually reveals that it is Tybalt who is dead,Upon hearing that Romeo has been banished, Juliet is overwhelmed by grief. The Nurse tells Juliet that Romeo is hiding at Friar Laurence's cell.
Act III, Scene V
These times of pain are bad times for romance. Madam, good night. Give my regards to your daughter.
Don’t talk to me, because I won’t say a word. Do as you please, because I’m done worrying about you.
Oh, it’s a sad day! He’s dead. He’s dead. He’s dead! We’re ruined, lady, we’re ruined! What an awful day! He’s gone. He’s been killed. He’s dead!
Friar Laurence tells Romeo that the Prince has sentenced him to banishment rather than death. Romeo is distraught because he regards banishment as a form of living death when he cannot be with Juliet. The Nurse arrives and tells Romeo of Juliet's grief. Hearing this, Romeo tries to take his own life, but is prevented by the Nurse. The Friar advises Romeo to go to Juliet that night as he had planned, and then before daybreak, flee to Mantua.
you are banished from Verona. You should be able to endure this because the world is broad and wide.I’ll give you protection from that word.
Capulet and Paris discuss how Juliet's grief over Tybalt's death has prevented Paris from continuing his courtship of Juliet. Suddenly, as Paris prepares to leave, Capulet offers him Juliet's hand in marriage. He tells Paris that Juliet will obey his patriarchal wishes and marry Paris on Thursday. Paris eagerly agrees to the arrangements, and Lady Capulet is sent to convey the news to Juliet.
Things have turned out so unluckily, sir, that we haven’t had time to convince our daughter to marry you. Listen, she loved her cousin Tybalt dearly
At dawn on Tuesday morning, Romeo and Juliet make their final exchanges of love before Romeo leaves for Mantua, the threat of the Prince's sentence of death finally forces the lovers to part.
Night is over, and day is coming. If I want to live, I must go. If I stay, I’ll die
Forget about you, you worthless girl! You disobedient wretch!