Romeo and juliet

Romeo and juliet

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  • (4.1.215-216)
  • ''Thou shalt continue two- and forty hours.''
  • (4.1.212)
  • '' If you who are so wise cant help please be kind enough to call my solution wise. And ill solve the problem now with this knife. God joined my heart to Romeos. You joined our hands. And before I who was married to Romeo by you am married to another man, Ill kill myself''
  • (4.5.238)
  • ''Despised, distressed, hated, martyred, killed! Uncomfortable time, why camest thou now to murder, murder our solemnity? O child, O child! My should, and not my child! Dead art thou! Alack my child is dead, And with my child my joys are burried''
  • Thou shalt continue two- and forty hours- When friar gives Juliet the drink and says what she has to do to be able to be with Romeo he says the drink will last forty two hours.
  • (4.5.234)
  • ''I needs must wake her. Madam, Madam, Madam.''
  • This describes her tone because Juliet is so sad and desperate not to marry Paris she said if she has to she will kill herself so she doesn't have to marry Paris
  • (4.1.215)
  • ''You can wrestle with death to escape from shame. And if you dare to do it, I'll give you the solution.''
  • Personification-When capulet tells Paris that Juliet is dead, he said Why did Death have to ruin our wedding.
  • (2.2.80)
  • The words in the scene starts our happy because they are celebrating the wedding, to worried that she is dead, to sad that she is dead.
  • I blame friar because he always needed to be the one who had a solution and now he made her whole family think she is dead and in the end it causes them to die.
  • I think this term is one of the most important in the story because its when you find out for the first time that they like each other because we already knew Romeo liked her and she already knows he's a Montague and she still likes him, and said she would change her name to be with him.
  • ''O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo? Deny thy father and refuse thy name. Or, If thou wilt not be but sworn my love, And I'll no longer be a capulet.''
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