Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet
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  • Act II Scene III- Friar Laurence's Cell
  • “Where hast thou been, Wast thou with Rosaline?”
  • “With Rosaline, my ghostly father? No; I have forgotten that name”
  • Act II Scene III- Friar Laurence's Cell
  • “Where hast thou been then?”
  • “Then plainly know my hearts dear love is set on the fair daughter of rich Capulet. As mine on hers, so hers is set on mine”
  • “In one respect I’ll assistant be; for this alliance may so happy prove, To turn your households tancout to pure love”
  • Act II Scene III- Friar Laurence's Cell
  • o, let us hence; Istand on sudden hast
  • Explanation
  • In this scene the Friar is calling to Romeo asking where he has been. He then questions Romeo asking if he has been off with Rosaline. Romeo tells the Friar he has forgotten all about her and does not see her anymore. the two of them go inside to talk more. this relates to the theme the power of love because Romeo has moved on so quickly from Rosaline so quickly. Friar asking about her showed us it was very known Romeo was in love with this girl and he mourned the loss of her love for a very long time, however the love he feels for Juiet is so powerful he has forgotten all about her.
  • Explanation
  • In this scene the Friar is once again questioning Romeo as to where he has been. Romeo tells the Friar he has been off falling in love , however he loves the daughter of a Cauplet, there familys enemy. He also explains there love is mutual it is not just an obsession he has. This shows the theme the power of love because Romeo is well aware of what he is risking by falling in love withJuliet. He knows the strain it will put on his family as well as the consequences it could bring. However he tells Friar anyway because ethics how powerful his love for her is.
  • Explanation
  • In this scene Friar is seen understanding Romeo and his love and tells him he will marry the two. In marrying the two the Friar hopes that the feud between the two families will end. He hopes the young love willl be able to bring the families together. This highlights the theme power of love because the friar is showing us what the power of love has the potential to do. he shows us love is so powerful is could potetionally end an ancient feud.
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