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OLD Romeo and Juliet Review
Romeo's last name
this woman is the reason Romeo is sad in Act I
the Prince's name
Before Act I, the play begins with a 14 line ____
Sampson bites his ____ in Act I
this word means a fight or battle
this character goes explains the battle that took Mercutio's and Tybalt's life to the Prince
the ___ between the two houses started so long ago that no one can remember how it started
name of Shakespeare's most famous theatre
reference to Greek, Roman, or biblical characters; ex: Appolo, Cupid
number of syllables in iambic pentameter
this Lord is hosting a masquerade party
Lord Capulet invites this count to his masquerade party
this character gives the Queen Mab speech
this character is the Prince of Cats
Juliet is this many years old
Verona is located in this country
long speech; character is alone on stage; purpose is to reveal thoughts
After Paris asks for Juliet's hand in marriage, Lord Capulet tells him to wait ___ more summers
Romeo and Benvolio find out about the Capulet party through the ______
After Romeo gets over Rosaline, he falls in love with this girl
this word means to scold
Romeo is this many years old
this kind of irony means the readers know information that the characters don't; ex: balcony scene, Juliet's honeymoon
on the way to the party, Romeo speaks of an ominous ______
name that symbolizes something
this character compares Juliet to "a rich jewel in a, Ethiop's ear," a "holy shrine," a "dear saint," and "a snowy dove"
this character recognizes Romeo's voice at the party
this Lord doesn't not get upset when Tybalt informs him that Romeo has "crashed" the party
this character tells Juliet who Romeo is
Lord Capulet humiliates this character at the party
this character constantly jokes around and makes puns
Juliet says, "You kiss by the ___."
the play spans this many days
Act II begins with a ______
Romeo climbs the wall to avoid Mercution and ____
It is a _________ that Romeo happens to jump over the wall right under Juliet's balcony.
this character's friends make fun of him to get him to come out from hiding
" A _____ by any other name would smell as sweet."
" Deny thy ______ and refuse thy name."
These are recurring examples of imagery in the play: stars, flowers, ____
Romeo compares________ to the sun.
this Greek god was alluded to in the play
Romeo tells Juliet to send a messenger at this time
"Parting is such sweet sorrow" is and example of what?
this is Friar Lawrence's hobby
Friar Lawrence comments on how flowers are ambiguous because they can either be ______ or poison
Romeo tells Friar ______ in Scene 3 of Act II that he loves Juliet and wishes to marry her
Friar Lawrence tells Romeo that this _____ may end the feud between the two houses
this character sends a letter to Juliet to tell her the details on her upcoming secret marriage
this character's name literally means "Mr. Goodface"
this character assumes Romeo won't fight Tybalt because he is afraid
Romeo and his friends feel that they can make fun of this character because she is not bright and because she is only a servant
this is the name of the Nurse's servant
this character trusts the Nurse more than her own mother because the Nurse raised her
this kind of sonnet has the following rhyme scheme: 3 quatrains, 1 couplet (ababcdcdefefgg)
this is the term for a misuse of words; the Nurse does this often because she isn't literate
the Nurse hates this friend of Romeo because he makes fun of her
Romeo tells the Nurse that his servant will bring this to Juliet's balcony so that he can consummate the marriage
this is another word for confession
this is another word to say to remove; to ____
Romeo tells the Nurse to tell Juliet to meet him at Friar Lawrence's ____ to be married
this character toys with Juliet after meeting Romeo by ignoring her pressing questions
Wherefore in the quote "Wherefore art thou Romeo?" means this
At the end of Act II, these people know of the secret marriage: Romeo, Juliet, Nurse, Peter, and the _____
When Romeo enters the town square after his marriage, this character and Mercutio are about to fight
this character tries to prevent the fight between Tybalt and Mercutio because he is now Tybalt's cousin
the play is traditionally performed in this many hours
this character warned that if another fray happened, the perpetrators will be put to death
this word means to trick
Tybalt insults Romeo by calling him this
Romeo feels somewhat responsible for this character's death because he got in the way of their battle
Before he dies, Mercutio says, "A _____ o' both your houses!"
Mercutio cursing both of the houses is an example of what literary term?
"You shall find me a grave man."
after Mercutio is pronounced dead, Romeo kills this character
this Lady tells the Prince to kill Romeo after the man kills Tybalt
this character decides to exile Romeo instead of execute him
this word means to banish someone
if Romeo ever returns to this city, he will be executed
Lady Capulet compares this character to a book
Juliet gives this to the Nurse to give to Romeo
this character said, "Now I have stained the childhood of our joy with blood removed but little from her own." This quote means he has destroyed their marriage by killing her cousin
this character asks Romeo, "Art thou a man?" to get him to stop crying and do something productive
Romeo tries to kill himself with this in Friar Lawrence's cell
After Tybalt's death, Paris tries to postpone the wedding, but Lord Capulet instead moves the wedding for this many days away
this Lord says, "Well, we were born to die." This means that people die, but life must move on
Lord Capulet decides Paris and Juliet must have a small wedding else people might think they didn't take this person's death seriously
Lord Capulet decide's Juliet wedding to be on this day of the week
It is assumed that Romeo gets to Juliet's bed by climbing this to get in her room
Juliet uses this bird to describe night
Juliet uses this bird to describe day
In Act III, Romeo spends a night in Juliet's bed, this night _______s their marriage
When this is consummated, it is valid
this word, when an adjective, means hidden, but when a noun, means a hiding place
Juliet's _____ think she is upset because of Tybalt's death
Juliet is really upset not because of Tybalt's death but because she cannot see her ______ again
Juliet threatens this after hearing about her wedding
Lord Capulet tells Julie that "his fingers ____" because she refuses to marry Paris
this part of Romeo and Juliet was a choral reading; introduction to an Act
Shakespeare always starts plays with (least/most) important person
Verona, Italy; 1300's, July
brief thoughts expressed by actors that others on stage "don't hear"
rapid, witty exchange between several characters
holdover from Greek drama; person at open of act gives "preview"
14 line poem inside the play, such as when Romeo and Juliet meet, is called a Shakespearean _______
play on words
an exaggeration, such as when Romeo's tears "added to the morning's dew"
comparison using like, as
comparison not using like or as; "sun peered forth at the window in the east"
giving a person's characteristics to something non-living, such as bud, flower, bird, and star
birds, flowers, and stars are used for this
this type of imagery involves birds usually; for example, Juliet wishes Romeo were a bird on a string
irony; saying opposite what you mean, or slanting words
introduction to situation and setting of the action
what sets the main action into motion;Romeo and Juliet meet at the party
sequence of events that lead to a turning point climax or crisis; everything from first meeting to where Romeo kills Tybalt
the part of the drama where it is determined howw the action will play out is called the turning point ______, or crisis; Romeo killed Tybalt
follows the turning point climax; all after Romeo killed Tybalt
the falling action ends with this; point of greatest emotional intensity; the deaths of Romeo and Juliet
of Shakespeare's three kinds of plays, tragedy, comedy, and history, which is Romeo and Juliet?
character monopolizes the conversation; long speech; ex: Queen Mab speech
4 line grouping
any 2 lines in the play that rhyme; the scene is ended with this for emphasis
beat or rhythm of a line; 10 syllables, starting with weak
one unit of a beat
marking the syllables in a line of the play
a _____ verse is unrhymed iambic pentameter; in Shakespeare's plays most lines are written as this
_____ line of pentameter is when 2 or 3 characters share a line of iambic pentameter
part of the plot plan; this is when the wedding occurs, Mercutio is killed, Romeo and Tybalt sword fight
feeling when there is tension about who will win the sword fights or whether Romeo would get to Juliet in time
opposite words are flipped in next phrase or line; "when the going gets tough/the tough get going"
balanced construction of opposite words
broad hint by the writer that something bad will happen later
this kind of imagery is when brights (stars, suns) are contrasted to darks (night, moon)
this is the goddess of the dawn
this is the plural form of exit
this mark, which is a backward accent mark, is used to add one syllable to make a line; ex: belovED
an _______ metaphor is when Lady Capulet compares Paris to a book
this type of irony is the opposite of what was expected happening
this kind of humor is nasty jokes; Nurse, Capulet servants
Romeo and Juliet is written in ____ _____ English
"Yoda" speak; awkward arranged of sentences for poetic effect
long speech; character is alone on stage, reveals thoughts
this type of couplet is any 2 lines in the play that rhyme and is successive with each having 10 syllables
roof of Globe theater
this color flag meant a comedy
this color flag meant a historical play
this color flag meant a tragedy
opposite words; words are touching; ex: bittersweet, feather of lead, bright smoke, cold fire, sick health
sound effects room of Globe theater
room in Globe theater for putting on costumes
where the poor people watched the play
Romeo and Juliet's tragic flaw is that they are too ________
descriptive phrase used with name; ex: Tybalt the Cat; Alexander the Great; Curious George
contradictory statement which is a "puzzle"
Which Roman god is alluded to in the following: ""Alas that love, whose view is muffled still,
Should without eyes see pathways to his will"
After killing Tybalt, Romeo refers to himself as this
After the Nurse returns to Juliet in Act III, she is first led to believe that this character is dead
Romeo feels being exiled is (better/worse) than death
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