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Dramatic Irony- Tybalt's Death
he shall soon keep Tybalt company
Verbal Irony - Romeo the enemy
I shall not marry yet
Pun- Romeo's Soul
With nimble soles; I have a soul of lead, so stake she me to the ground I cannot to move like.
Act III Scene V Lines 87-92. When Lady Capulet thinks Juliet is crying over Tybalt's death but the audience knows it's because Romeo was banished. The Dramatic Irony moves the story forward.
Act III Scene V lines 121-123 When Juliet tells her parents that she doesn't want to marry but when she does I think will be her enemy Romeo Verbal Irony makes the scene interesting.
Act I Scene IV Line 15 Romeo says the weight of his love is too heavy for dancing. Pun
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