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AHS English KS4: Romeo and Juliet Conflict Quotes (Blankety Blank)
Terms in this set (10)
Tybalt's favourite name for Romeo: 'Thou art a BLANK.'
The first word of the play, introducing the theme of conflict immediately, is: 'BLANK households, both alike in dignity.'
Romeo's conflicted mind when it comes to love sees him waxing lyrical using which literary device? 'O brawling love, o loving hate.'
Mercutio responds to the threat of the Capulets with the line: 'By my BLANK, I care not.'
Calm dishonourable vile submission
Mercutio to Romeo when he refuses to fight Tybalt: 'O BLANK BLANK BLANK BLANK!'
Hang beg starve die
Capulet to Juliet on learning she won't marry Paris: 'An' you be not, BLANK, BLANK, BLANK, BLANK in the streets.'
Capulet to Tybalt at the ball when Tybalt tries to get Romeo in trouble: 'He shall be BLANK.'
Friar Lawrence at the wedding: 'These BLANK delights have BLANK ends.'
Married to her grave
Lady Capulet to Capulet about Juliet's refusal to marry Paris: 'I would the fool were BLANK BLANK BLANK BLANK.'
Borne of opposing households, but destined to fall in love, the source of the conflict in the play comes from the fact that Romeo and Juliet are 'BLANK-BLANK lovers.'
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