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Part 1: "Romeo and Juliet"
Terms in this set (45)
In the prologue, the _________is the voice that gives readers the background for the play.
The setting for the play mainly takes place in ________.
____________asks Lord Capulet if he may marry Juliet.
Lord Capulet says Paris must______________
Romeo and his friends escape detection at the party because they are wearing_________.
Juliet finds out that Romeo is a ___________.
Montague (enemy to Capulet)
Romeo finds out that Juliet is a _________.
When Juliet finds out about Romeo's last name, she says
"My only love sprung from my only hate!
Too early seen unknown, and known too late!
Prodigious birth of love it is to me,
That I must love a loathed enemy."
The ___________are throwing a large feast.
Who asks his uncle to kick Romeo out of the party?
What is the name of the girl who broke Romeo's heart at the beginning of the play?
What does Prince Escalus tell both families?
The prince tells the fighters, "If you ever disturb our streets again, your lives shall pay the forfeit of the feast."
When Romeo meets Juliet for the first time, to what does he compare her?
makes torches burn bright also she is the sun that brightens the world
Who gives Romeo the "Queen Mab" speech.
Mercutio (Romeo's BFF)
How is Tybalt related to Juliet?
In the famous "balcony scene," when Juliet says, "Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?" What is she asking?
Where are you Romeo?
Why does Romeo hate his own name?
They come from rival families which makes their love difficult
What is the name of Romeo's spiritual advisor?
Why does the Friar agree to marry Romeo and Juliet?
Might end the Montage vs. Capulet feud
Which member of the Capulet household is assisting with it?
William Shakespeare wrote most of his plays and sonnets in what rhyming pattern?
lambic pentameter (Rhyming couplet
In Act III, who wants to fight Romeo?
Tybalt (for crashing the party 2 days ago)
Romeo finally fights the above person in order to
Avenge Mercutio's death (thanks to Tybalt & partially Romeo)
The nurses' description of the fight leads Juliet to believe that Romeo
Romeo is dead (but truly exiled)
Lady Capulet thinks her threat to send someone to posion Romeo will make Juliet
What does Capulet use in an attempt to get Juliet to agree to marry Paris?
move the wedding to this Thursday
Why does Juliet tell the Nurse that her advice about marrying Paris has comforted her?
Romeo is banished, and it would be make their love much more difficult since he is exiled
Which of the following is an example of a soliloquy in Act III?
Romeo complaining about him being exiled
Which of the following events that occur in Act III would be considered a turning point for the play?
Mercutio & Tybalt's deaths
What does Lord Capulet threaten to do if Juliet does not agree to marry Paris?
Where does Romeo go after his banishment?
Whom does Juliet see at Friar Lawrence's cell
Juliet's mood when she asks for Friar Lawrence's advice s
desperate and almost hopless
The main point of Friar Lawrence's plan is to
have Juliet drink sleeping potion (makes her look dead) so Romeo can get her once she awakens and they can go and be together forever
Before she drinks the potion, Juliet fears all of the following EXCEPT that
put her in a coma
The scene that involves the Capulet's making wedding preparations is in the play for what purpose?
For wedding of Paris & Juliet
What news does Romeo's servant bring to him in Mantua?
Juliet is dead
What is an aside?
short remark delivered only for audience's benefit and often sarcastic and usually reveal character's true feelings
Who dies in the Capulet's tomb?
Paris, Romeo, and Juliet
What is Paris's last request?
put him in Juliet's tomb
How does Juliet die?
stabs herself with Romeo's dagger
Romeo and Juliet are called "star crossed lovers" because
doomed (going to die)
What are some themes of the play?
Verona Streets, Romeo's chamber, Capulet Party, Juliet's Balcony, Laurence's Cell, Juliet's Room, Mantua, and Capulet Tomb
Where were Shakespeare's plays performed?
The play is considered a tragedy, why?
Fall of the hero/main character(s)
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