English project Romeo and Juliet

English project Romeo and Juliet

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  • What, drawn, and talk of peace? I hate the word, As I hate hell, and all Montagues, and thee, Have at the coward
  • (1,1,64-65)
  • IF I do so, it will be of more price being spoke behind your back than to your face
  • (4,2, 32-33)
  • (4,5,38-40)
  • ...Death is my son in law...
  • On the left is Tybalt he is yelling at Benvolio and then says his quote.
  • (2,2, 1-33)
  • Oh Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?...
  • Juliet in this scene she is talking to Friar Laurence and Paris. But while saying this she sounds like she is very annoyed by either of the two.
  • Who is to blame
  • ... Go there and compare her objectively to some other girls.
  • Juliet is dead on the bed, and her parents are seen kneeling on the ground crying. They are both very sad over them finding her dead lying there.
  • Literary Term
  • Mistress! What, mistress! Juliet!-Fast, I warrant her, she-...
  • This is the famous balcony scene. Romeo is on the ground kneeling fascinated by Juliet. Juliet is on the balcony talking to the sky and to herself. She uses words like beautiful, Jealous moon, and brightest stars.
  • I think that Benvolio and Mercutio is to blame for all of the mistakes.I think this because if they never told Romeo to go to this party, Romeo would have never met Juliet and none of this would have never happened.
  • I found dramatic irony to be very important for this scene. Because the nurse walks in and thinks Juliet is sleeping. She is not and she is "Dead". But she really isn't. So this plays a huge roll throughout the scene
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