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Romeo and Juliet
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Why were all kinds of people fighting in the street in the beginning of the play
The capulet dudes insulted the Montague dudes.
What is the Prince going to do to anyone who fights in the street again
Who is the girl Romeo is pining at the beginning
Why can't Romeo dance at the party
He's depressed over his "love"
How does Tybalt know that Romeo has crashed the party
Tybalt hears romeo's voice
why wont capulet let tybalt fight romeo
capulet doesn't want tybalt to fight again (death)
How does tybalt make it clear that revenge us on his mind
tybalt says he's so angry that hes shaking
juliet sadu "whats in a name? that which he call a rose..." what does juliet mane
romeos name is unimportant to her love
Why does Juliet not want romeo to make and vows concerning their love
their love is too fleeting and quick like fighting
why do romeo and juliet commit to marriage right away?
they are afraid that their families will keep them apart
the friar freaks out on romeo for his new love. what might this mean about romeo's love
romeo love is impetuous and may be doubted
according to the friar, why didn't rosaline return romeos love
romeo didn't love her because he doesn't know what love is
why is friar laurence willing to marry romeo and juliet
he think their marriage will end the feud
In act 2, scene 4, the nurse beings up rosemary. why is this an example of foreshadowing?
the flower is a symbol for remembering the dead
How is the nurse deleting telling juliet about her talk with romeo dramatic irony
the audience knows that romeo wants to marry juliet
how will juliet sneak out to meet up with and marry romeo
she will go to confession
what is the best reason for why romeo will not listen to the friar to be cautious in his love
doesn't think about the consequences
mercutio says that benvolio like to fight. how do we know that mercutio's kidding
he breaks up the fight among the montague and capulet men
why is mercutio so angry that romeo ignores tybalt's insult
he thinks that romeo is being a coward
mercutio says, "a plague o' both your houses'. how is this an example of foreshadowing?
romeo and juliet's deaths end both houses
why does the prince only banish romeo instead of having him killed
romeo was avenging mercutio's death
how does juliet first react the news that romeo killed tybalt?
juliet is furious with romeo for killing tybalt
why does juliet change her mind about romeo after the nurse says, :shame on romeo?"
tybalt would have killed romeo
both the nurse and the friar tell romeo to be a man. What does this say about his personality.
romeo is emotional and dramatic
which expression from scene 5 is an example of foreshadowing
i see three now..as one dead in the bottom of the tomb
why does the nurse challenge capulet when she has no right to interfere?
she thinks hes being unfair
how is marriage conflict between the capulets and juliet and example of dramatic irony
we know that juliet is already married to romeo
why is capulet shocked and angry when juliet refuses to marry paris
capulet assumed that juliet would capitulate to his demands
what does the nurse's advice say about her character?
shes flirty and changer her mind easily q
why does juliet decide to go to friar laurence for help and advice
because hes religious and knows her problem
aros acts as if they are already married. what do his actions and words indicate about him
hes possessive, arrogant rich who wants a pretty wife
in act 5, scene 2, how does shakespeare increase the peace of the plot even further
capulet move the wedding up a day
what effect does the scene 2, in act 5, increase have on the ending
Juliet has to take the potion a day early
what impact does peter and the musician's conversation have on the audience after the "death"?
it uses humor to break it up
what is the message conveyed by having the finny scene after the tragic one
life still goes on is the midst of things
why is ironic about the line, "beauty's ensign yet/is crimson n the lips and in thy check
his descriptions make is abvious that juliet is not dead
what are romeos major tragic flaws that essentially lies to his untimely, self murder?
Romeo was too rash, impetuous, and impulsive
what are juliet's major tragic flaws that essentially led to her untimely, self murder
her naivete and willingness to go along with romeo
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