"I do protest I never injured thee But love thee better than thou canst devise Iv. 69-70
" He is the Prince of Cats"
" Are you up for my challenge"
"Either thou or I, or both, must go with him." Iv. 135
"Boy, this shall not excuse the injuries"
Cole Jackman Pd. 2
" O , I am fortunes fool" Iv- 142
Romeo and Mercutio were walking down the road when they ran into Tybalt. Tybalt wanted to continue his process of challenging romeo. Romeo started saying things about being married since he is going to be married to Juliet. Mercutio thought that he was backing down so Mercutio was protecting his honor by stepping in.
Mercutio stepped in to save Romeo's Honor . Romeo did not like what was happening so he stepped in between them so they didnt fight. Romeo ended up blocking Mercutios vision, which let Tybaly stab him in the shoulder
" I curse both families"
When Romeo notices that Tybalt stabbed Meructio, Romeo gets really mad and fights Tybalt. They start to fight in a really tough battle. Romeo ends up killing Tybalt after fighting. Then Romeo runs away because he knows that he is going to get in trouble.
This seen represents foreshadowing because of this line. It is saying that someone is going to die in the next couple minutes. In the quote it also says that one of them are going to go to heaven with Tybalt. Tybalt ends up dying which proves the foreshadowing to be true
"Either thou or I, or both, must go with him."
The theme of this section is feuding because everything leading up to this was because of the feud. The only reason that they started fighting in the street was because of the feud. When Tybalt ended up stabbing Mercutio that's what caused the fight between Tybalt and Mercutio. Everything fight in this story ends up leading back to the feud.