Boy, this shall not eccuse the injuries That thou hast done me; therefore turn and draw lII.i. 61-62
He’s alive and victorious, and Mercutio’s dead? Enough with mercy and consideration. It’s time for rage to guide my actions. Now, Tybalt, you can call me “villain” the way you did before. III.i. 84-87
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Roemo, Mercutio, and Benvolio are walking down the street when Tybalt comes across them. He then ask to duel Roemo and he doesn't want so Mercutio does. Mercutio gets stab because Roemo comes in between both of them and Tybalts stabs Mercutio in the side.
Literary Device: Personfication
Tybalt,you rat-catcher, will you go fight me? IIl.i 46
After Tybalt stabs Mercutio, Romeo gets in raged and picks up the sword. They soon fight in the middle of the street for all to see. Romeo then stabs Tybalt which will kill him and runs off so that he can not be taken away.
Theme: Love is bigger than you think
Tybalt, I have a reason to love you that lets me put aside the rage I should feel and excuse that insult. I am no villain. So, goodbye. I can tell that you don’t know who I am. III.i 33-35
The Prince will soon come to evaluate the situation to see that Tybalt had stab Mercutio and Romeo has just stab Tybalt. The Prince will then say that Romeo is banished. Romeo will not hear this because he has just fled the scene.
And for that crime, Romeo is hereby exiled from Verona III.i. 148-149
Mercutio uses personfication when he sees Tybalt. This shows how much he hates Tybalt by calling a rat catcher. It also can be used as an insulat to Tybalt.
When Tybalt asked him to fight Roemo doesn't want to. He says that he in fact loves him and doesn't want to hurt him. Tybalt does not buy into it and stills want to fight.