When the play opens, Romeo is in love with
Wants to see Rosaline
Romeo agrees to go the Capulet's party because he
Through his actions, we see that Tybalt's nature is to
Why are you Romeo
When Juliet says, "Wherefore art thou Romeo" she is saying
A few hours
Romeo and Juliet agree to marry after knowing each other for
__________ agrees to perform Romeo and Juliet's marriage in the hope that it will will stop the feud between the Montague and Capulets
Tybalt stabs Mercutio
When Romeo interferes in the fight between Tybalt and Mercutio
Stabbed by Tybalt and is about to die
When Mercutio says, "A plague on both your houses," he has just been
At first thinks Romeo has been killed
When the Nurse brings news of Tyblat's death, Juliet
The death of Tybalt
According to Lord Capulet, Juliet weeps all the time because of
The Friar advised her to pretend that she agrees
Juliet finally agrees to marry Paris because
Waking up alone in the tomb
As Juliet prepares to drink the potion, her main thoughts are about
Romeo kills Paris and then poisons himself
Minutes before Juliet awakens,
The letter doesn't get delivered to Romeo
Friar Lawrence's plans fail because
Has come to damage the dead bodies or the tomb
Paris attacks Romeo at the tomb because Paris believes Romeo
By stabbing herself
Juliet, the last of the major characters to die on stage, dies
The foolishness of their bitter quarrel
Arriving to inspect the corpses of Paris, Romeo, and Juliet, the Montagues and Capulets realize too late
Raise statues of their dead children
The Capulets and Montagues agree to end the feud and
After stopping the first fight on Verona's streets, the Prince says that is a Capulet or Montague disturbs the peace again, the punishment will be
Romeo and his friends wear________ to the Capulet party.
"O, I see that the Fairy, Queen Mab, has been with you."
"But soft! What light through yonder window breaks? It is the east, and Juliet is the sun."
"What's in a name? The thing which we call a rose would smell just as sweet if it had any other name."
"Disgusting young rascal! I'm not one of his flirting women and I'm not one of his old hares!"
"Tybalt wanted to kill you, but you killed him. You are fortunate. The law that threatened your death became your friend and gave you banishment. You are fortunate."
Persons in a work of literature
Sequence of events in a story
Point of view where narrator sees into every character
Time and place of a story
The problem in the story
Scene in story that tells about events that happened
Main idea expressed in a piece of literature
When audience knows something the characters don't
Genre that is a made up story
Overall atmosphere or feeling of a book
Use of clues to hint at events to come in a story
Main character of a story
Person who is in conflict with the main character
Genre that has a problem that needs to be solved
Reference to a person, place, event in literature
Device used by author to maintain reader interest
When the author directly describes a character in the book
Character revealed through thoughts, actions, and speech
Character who stays the same in the book
Character who has many sides and is fully developed
The methods an author uses to develop characters
Character who changes in the story
Type of conflict that is an "inside" force
Type of conflict that is an "outside" force
Character who is not developed fully
Background information (setting, characters, etc.)
Part of plot that leads to the climax
The highest point of story where conflict is solved
Events that lead to the end of the story
Part of plot where all the loose ends are tied up
Man vs. Man
The four teens deciding to not go back to the crime scenewhen they knew it would have been the right thing to do
Man vs. himself
Barry deciding if he should dump Helen or not
Man vs. Nature
The night time making it hard for Barry to see while driving
Man vs Man
Helen and Elsa arguing about Barry dating Helen
Has her own apartment
Barry is impressed that Helen
Helen knows her best asset is her
Wants to forget about the accident
Ray goes to California for a year because he
He is eighteen and would be tried as an adult
Barry doesn't think they should report the accident because
A television news bulletin
Helen finds out that Barry has been shot from
See if the Gregg's recognize them
Julie and Ray go to the Gregg's house to
The Good Will Store
Elsa reveals that Helen got her prom dress from
She's only interested in herself
Collie angers Helen at the pool when he tells her
When David Gregg is killed, his older brother is
Collie wants the four teenagers who were in the car that killed his brother to
Jumping out of the bathroom window
Helen escapes from Collie by
Something bad is going to happen to Julie
Mrs. James has a premonition that
"I've never seen such a change in anybody as in you this past year. The way you've buckled down and studied- you've been a completely different person."
"I'm going to leave here, leave all the people and places connected with that dreadful night, and never look back."
"I can't afford to start peeling. If I look a mess, I might lose my job."
"There are a lot of sharp girls going to the University, real smoothies with brains and background. How do you think you're going to stack up?"
"Women get like that when something happens to a kid. My own mom's that way."
"There's one thing about being the only one at home now, with my folks gone, and my big brother out of the nest. There's nobody else to do the laundry and cooking..."
"A boy needs some breathing room if he's ever going to grow into a man."
"He knew the worst thing for me would be to stay in a world without you."
Hard to break or cut
Actions that cannot be stopped or changed
Something very comfortable and expensive
Objects with similar characteristics
Looking back to the past in a thoughtful way
When two or more things happen by chance
Acting nervous or uncertain about something
Continue to keep something
Action that involves a lot of energy or effort
Scatter or spread widely
To attract, entice, or tempt
To offer a suggestion for change
To look forward to something
A forewarning of a future event
To give up possession of something or a place
A shadow or outline of something
To make angry or furious
To show excessive love or fondness for someone
To disregard or ignore
160. To make stable or firm
To wrap around together
To be watchful and cautious
Great wild excitement over something
To emphasize something to make noticeable
To make known, reveal
Able to let light pass through
To be envious or jealous of someone's good fortune
To brighten with light
Talk that is intended to hurt or embarrass
To cancel, take back, or rescind
Taking the place of another person
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