romeo and juliet

romeo and juliet

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  • Dramatic Irony
  • This is a horrible idea.
  • I think we should get married as soon as possible.
  • I think that's a good idea.
  • No! Don't do it.
  • Friar Lawrence's Soliloquy
  • "To such opposed kings encamp them still. In man as well as herbs- grace and rude will; and where the worser is predominant, full soon the canker death eats up that plant." pg. 85
  • Juliet's Soliloquy
  • "And when I shall die, take him and cut him out in little stars... the world will be in love with the night and pay no worship to the garish sun." pg. 131
  • The audience knows what is going on in the story, but the character is unaware.
  • Romeo's Dream
  • Friar Lawrence speaks of a flower that symbolizes Romeo and Juliet's' love. The Friar's contribution to their marriage will lead to their deaths, or the perishing of the symbolic flower. The more the Friar tries to do good, the more bad things happen.
  • Age vs. Youth
  • Juliet and I want to get married as soon as possible.
  • Juliet describes how if she and Romeo were to die she would place his face in the night sky, so everyone would pay attention to him and not her. This represents how Juliet symbolizes the sun and light, while Romeo represents the moon and darkness.
  • Fate
  • In Romeo's dream he is dead but Juliet revives him. This is ironic because to Romeo, this was a mere dream that actually made him happy to think of Juliet, but Juliet and Romeo are actually going to die, little does he know.
  • "I dreamt my lady came and found me dead... and breathed such life with kisses in my lips." pg. 211
  • Friar Lawrence's wisdom is expressed through his soliloquy in the garden in which he speaks about the flower. The He talks about youth's impulsive nature that leads to trouble.
  • Are you sure that's a good idea? You just met her and you were in love with Rosaline yesterday.
  • Referring back to Romeo's dream, the theme of fate is expressed by the inevitable deaths of Romeo and Juliet. The true poison, which killed Romeo, was the hate between the feuding families.
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