Romeo and Juliet
Updated: 3/18/2021
Romeo and Juliet

Storyboard Text

  • "Lady I swear by the sacred moon above the moon that paints the tops of the fruit trees with silver"
  • Personification
  • Simile
  • "A lover goes toward his beloved as enthusiastically as a schoolboy leaves his books"
  • Foreshadowing
  • "Go wisely and slowly. Those who rush stumble and fall"
  • In act 2 scene 2 states that "Lady I swear by the sacred moon above the moon..." This is an example of a Metaphor because romeo tells Juliet that the moon paints the tops of the trees therefore Romeo is telling Juliet that the moon is painting the moon. 
  • In act two scene 2 Romeo says to himself " A lover goes toward his beloved as enthusiastically as a schoolboy leaves his books". This is an example of a simile because he is stating that he goes toward her like a school boy goes to his books.
  • In act 2 scene 3 Friar Lawrence Warn romeo that "Go wisely and slowly. those who rush stumble and fall. This is an example of foreshadowing because this moment alludes to the eventual death of Romeo and Juliet the instant or rushed love of romeo and Juliet will eventually lead to their death.