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Theatre Romeo and Juliet
But, soft! what light through yonder w…
It is the east, and Juliet is the sun.
Arise, fair sun, and kill the envious…
Who is already sick and pale with grief,
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But, soft! what light through yonder w…
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It is the east, and Juliet is the sun.
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Romeo and Juliet Literature Notes
prose and poetry
fiction and non fiction
lyric and narrative
Genre
two large divisions of literature
two large divisions of prose
two large divisions of poetry
a style of literature
prose and poetry
two large divisions of literature
fiction and non fiction
two large divisions of prose
19 terms
Globe Theatre/Romeo and Juliet
The Globe Theatre
Pillars
Groundlings/Penny-Pinchers
Trapdoor
A famous place where a lot of plays were preformed. Most of t…
Actors hid behind these while speaking an aside.
The people who stood in the yard to watch the plays from asid…
Also known as "Hell".
The Globe Theatre
A famous place where a lot of plays were preformed. Most of t…
Pillars
Actors hid behind these while speaking an aside.
13 terms
Literature - Romeo & Juliet terms
monologue
aside
soliloquy
dramatic irony
A long speech spoken by a character in a play, story or person
a short speech delivered by an actor in a play
A long speech expressing the thoughts of a character alone on…
Irony that occurs when the meaning of the situation is unders…
monologue
A long speech spoken by a character in a play, story or person
aside
a short speech delivered by an actor in a play
28 terms
Romeo and Juliet test-theatre
In the prologue what does the chorus s…
What does prince say he will do to any…
How does Benvolio say the fighting began
According to Benvolio and mercutio how…
That they will die
He will kill them
With the servents
Sad
In the prologue what does the chorus s…
That they will die
What does prince say he will do to any…
He will kill them
7 terms
Romeo and Juliet literature terms
Allusion
solioquy
characterization(4x)
Iambic Pentameter
an indirect reference to another literary work or famous pers…
...
1. Physical characteristics 2. a character's nature, revealed…
...
Allusion
an indirect reference to another literary work or famous pers…
solioquy
...
13 terms
Romeo and Juliet - Literature Terms
Blank verse
Prose
Comic relief
Soliloquy
A poem with no rhyme but has iambic pentameter.
Something written or spoken language in its ordinary form, wi…
Comic episodes in a dramatic or literary work that offset mor…
An act of speaking one's thoughts aloud when by oneself or re…
Blank verse
A poem with no rhyme but has iambic pentameter.
Prose
Something written or spoken language in its ordinary form, wi…
22 terms
Romeo & Juliet Literature Terms
Alliteration
Aside
Allusion
Character Foil
The occurrence of the same letter or sound of closely related…
A remark or passage by a character in a play that is intended…
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
a character who contrasts with another character (usually the…
Alliteration
The occurrence of the same letter or sound of closely related…
Aside
A remark or passage by a character in a play that is intended…
16 terms
Shakespeare's Theatre and "Romeo and Juliet"
Elizabethan Era
Queen Elizabeth 1
The Globe
London
The time period when Queen Elizabeth 1 was in power.
The monarch (ruler) of England from 1533- 1603
known as Shakespeare's home theater, it was one of the first…
the city Shakespeare spent much of his life writing, performi…
Elizabethan Era
The time period when Queen Elizabeth 1 was in power.
Queen Elizabeth 1
The monarch (ruler) of England from 1533- 1603
50 terms
English Literature - Romeo and Juliet
'a
a'
an' or and
anon
He
On
If
Soon or right away or coming
'a
He
a'
On
13 terms
Literature Final Romeo and Juliet
William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare's Theater
Characters
Rising Action
Lived in England. He was born April 1564 and died May 3, 1616.
The Globe Theater
Romeo Juliet Friar L. Mercutio Nurse Tybalt Capulet Lady Capu…
-Romeo and Juliet meeting each other for the first time at th…
William Shakespeare
Lived in England. He was born April 1564 and died May 3, 1616.
William Shakespeare's Theater
The Globe Theater
13 terms
English Literature: Romeo and Juliet
Sexist/violent masculinity
Romeo's sadness @ start
Character of Lord Capulet about Juliet
Foreshadowing Romeo's death
"I will push Montague's men from the wall, and thrust his mai…
"Locks fair daylight"
"Earth hath swallow'd all my hopes but she"
"A choking gall"
Sexist/violent masculinity
"I will push Montague's men from the wall, and thrust his mai…
Romeo's sadness @ start
"Locks fair daylight"
17 terms
Romeo and Juliet Literature Terms
sonnet
couplet
dramatic irony
situational irony
fourteen line poem, which has a specific rhyme
two lines of verse that rhyme
when audience or reader knows something significant that a ch…
a contrast between what wound seem appropriate and what reall…
sonnet
fourteen line poem, which has a specific rhyme
couplet
two lines of verse that rhyme
14 terms
English Literature, Romeo + Juliet-Juliet
Act 1:3, The Nurse on her and Juliet
Act 1:3, obedient and reserved
Act 2:2, Rebellion but rationale
Act 2:2, Sensible, defying gender ster…
"I can tell her age unto an hour"
"But no more deep will I endart mine eye, as your will gives…
"And I'll no longer be a Capulet"... "What's in a name? That whi…
"If they do see thee, they will murder thee"... "O swear not by…
Act 1:3, The Nurse on her and Juliet
"I can tell her age unto an hour"
Act 1:3, obedient and reserved
"But no more deep will I endart mine eye, as your will gives…
19 terms
English Literature, Romeo + Juliet-Romeo
Examples of melodrama and immaturity i…
Act 1:2 (Petrarchan Lover)
Act 1:4 (Melodrama)
Act 1:5 (Impetuous manner)
"O heavy lightness...feather of lead, bright smoke"... "Shuts up…
"One fairer than my love! The all-seeing sun ne'er saw her ma…
"With nimble soles, I have a soul of lead"
"Did my heart love till now? Forswear it, sight! For I ne'er…
Examples of melodrama and immaturity i…
"O heavy lightness...feather of lead, bright smoke"... "Shuts up…
Act 1:2 (Petrarchan Lover)
"One fairer than my love! The all-seeing sun ne'er saw her ma…
11 terms
Romeo & Juliet: Literature Terms
Tragedy
Soliloquy
Allusion
Physical Decription
A drama work in which the main character is brought to ruin o…
A popular literary device often used in drama to reveal the i…
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
the character's physical appearance is described
Tragedy
A drama work in which the main character is brought to ruin o…
Soliloquy
A popular literary device often used in drama to reveal the i…
20 terms
Romeo and Juliet Literature Terms
prologue
confidant
aside
juxtaposition
the introductory protein of some books
the person, usually a minor character, in whom the main chara…
words spoken by an actor in such a way that is only heard by…
the placement of two dissimilar items, people, thoughts, plac…
prologue
the introductory protein of some books
confidant
the person, usually a minor character, in whom the main chara…
17 terms
romeo & juliet literature terms
pun
hyperbole
alliteration
irony
play on words; twist on usual meaning of the words
extreme exaggeration
repetition of initial consonant sounds
when opposite occurs from what you expect to happen
pun
play on words; twist on usual meaning of the words
hyperbole
extreme exaggeration
13 terms
Literature: Romeo and Juliet terms
Soleminity
Profane
Trifling
Saucy
Celebration
Unholy
Unimportant, Small
Boldly, Smart
Soleminity
Celebration
Profane
Unholy
13 terms
Literature Romeo and Juliet Vocab
Alliteration
Allusion
Analogy
Anecdote
When sounds repeat at the beginnings of words
A reference to characters, events, or elements from a separat…
A comparison of things by their similarities
A short, humorous story
Alliteration
When sounds repeat at the beginnings of words
Allusion
A reference to characters, events, or elements from a separat…
63 terms
The Globe Theatre, Romeo and Juliet, and Drama
~no seats
~"groundlings"
~throw apples or yell obscenities
~Globe Theatre
How many seats did "the yard" have?
What was the more common name for the apprentices, servents,…
What would people do if they didn't like the show?
open-air amphitheater
~no seats
How many seats did "the yard" have?
~"groundlings"
What was the more common name for the apprentices, servents,…
9 terms
English literature - Romeo and Juliet
Mercutio
Tybalt
Benvolio
Friar Lawrence
The Prince's brother and one of Romeo's friends, dies from ty…
Juliet's cousin, dies from Romeo
Cousin of Montague
Romeo and Juliet's advisor
Mercutio
The Prince's brother and one of Romeo's friends, dies from ty…
Tybalt
Juliet's cousin, dies from Romeo
Romeo & Juliet Literature Terms
Tragedy
Soliloquy
Allusion
Characterization
A dramatic work that represents the downfall of a dignified c…
A speech in which a character speaks thoughts aloud. Generall…
An indirect reference to another literary work or to a famous…
1.Physical Appearance... 2.Character's thoughts or feelings may…
Tragedy
A dramatic work that represents the downfall of a dignified c…
Soliloquy
A speech in which a character speaks thoughts aloud. Generall…
15 terms
Literature Vocabulary ~ Romeo & Juliet
addle
ambiguity
amble
arbitrate
make unable to think clearly; confuse
uncertainty or inexactness of meaning in language.
walk or move at a slow, relaxed pace.
judge
addle
make unable to think clearly; confuse
ambiguity
uncertainty or inexactness of meaning in language.
8 terms
Romeo and Juliet Literature Terms
Iamb
Shakespearean Sonnet:
Foil:
Prose:
A metric foot in poetry. One unstressed syllable followed by…
A lyrical poem of 14 lines. Consists of three quatrains
A character who provides a striking contrast to another chara…
Ordinary language, writing that is not poetry. Typically the…
Iamb
A metric foot in poetry. One unstressed syllable followed by…
Shakespearean Sonnet:
A lyrical poem of 14 lines. Consists of three quatrains
Literature Romeo and juliet
Romeo
Bevolio
Montague
Lady montague
Love sicks but forget his first love when sees fraier beauty
Friend of romeo tries to stop the servants rom fighting
Romeo's father and benvolio's uncle
Worried about her son's sorrows
Romeo
Love sicks but forget his first love when sees fraier beauty
Bevolio
Friend of romeo tries to stop the servants rom fighting
Literature- Romeo and Juliet
Chorus
Rosaline
Peter
Apothecary
Functions as the narrator duringthe plot
Woman who Romeo likes at the beginning of the play
Capulet's servant, illiterate, and escorts the nurse to Romeo
Gave the poison to Romeo against his morals
Chorus
Functions as the narrator duringthe plot
Rosaline
Woman who Romeo likes at the beginning of the play
69 terms
Literature Romeo and Juliet finals
Foreshadowing
Soliloquy
Theme
Chorus
A clue that playwright gives regarding what will happen later…
A lengthy speech given by a character, especially with no one…
An idea an author or playwright explores in a piece of writing
An individual group who is separate from the action of the pl…
Foreshadowing
A clue that playwright gives regarding what will happen later…
Soliloquy
A lengthy speech given by a character, especially with no one…
20 terms
Literature- Romeo and Juliet Characters
Romeo
Juliet
Friar Laurence
Nurse
The son and heir of Montague and Lady Montague.
The daughter of Capulet and Lady Capulet.
He secretly marries the impassioned lovers in hopes that the…
Juliet's faithful confidante and loyal intermediary in Juliet…
Romeo
The son and heir of Montague and Lady Montague.
Juliet
The daughter of Capulet and Lady Capulet.
18 terms
Romeo and Juliet Literature Term
tragedy
tragic hero
protagonist
antagonist
work of literature, especially a play, that results in a cata…
a great or virtuous character in a dramatic tragedy who is de…
the leading character or one of the major characters in a dra…
opposite from protagonist ... the adversary of the hero or prota…
tragedy
work of literature, especially a play, that results in a cata…
tragic hero
a great or virtuous character in a dramatic tragedy who is de…
21 terms
Romeo and Juliet Literature Terms
Pun
Soliloquy
Aside
Metaphor
Play on words in which a word or phrase has a double meaning
Occurs when a character speaks their thoughts in an extended…
Occurs when a character briefly speaks their thoughts to the…
Comparison NOT using like or as
Pun
Play on words in which a word or phrase has a double meaning
Soliloquy
Occurs when a character speaks their thoughts in an extended…
8 terms
Literature Terms (Romeo and Juliet)
Act
Scene
Paradox
Comic Relief
A major division in a play
Presents an episode of the play's plot
Something that shouldn't be true but it is
Consists of humorous scenes, incidents, or speeches included…
Act
A major division in a play
Scene
Presents an episode of the play's plot
18 terms
Romeo and Juliet Literature
Alliteration
Aside
Blank Verse
Chorus
The repetition of constant sounds at the beginnings of words.…
A dramatic device in which a character speaks his or her thou…
Unrhymed poetry written in iambic pentameter. That is, each l…
In early Greek tragedy , the chorus commented on the actions…
Alliteration
The repetition of constant sounds at the beginnings of words.…
Aside
A dramatic device in which a character speaks his or her thou…
56 terms
Romeo and Juliet vocab & literature
lamentable
augmenting
predominant
rancor
to express grief for or about
to make greater
most common or conspicuous
bitter
lamentable
to express grief for or about
augmenting
to make greater
15 terms
Romeo and Juliet Literature Terms
Antagonist
Protagonist
Round Character
Flat Character
A character or force that gets in the way of the main charact…
The leading character or major character
A complex character that develops and changes throughout the…
an uncomplicated character that doesn't change, but is needed…
Antagonist
A character or force that gets in the way of the main charact…
Protagonist
The leading character or major character
Romeo and Juliet Literature Terms
Monologue
Solilqouy
Apostrophe
extended metaphor
a character in a drama makes a long, uninterrupted speech
a monologue delivered by a character who thinks himself to be…
speaking to something that can't respond, either b/c it is a…
comparison between two unlike things that continues throughou…
Monologue
a character in a drama makes a long, uninterrupted speech
Solilqouy
a monologue delivered by a character who thinks himself to be…
10 terms
Romeo and Juliet Literature Terms
Tragedy
Dramatic Irony
Soliloquy
Monologue
Drama in which the central character meets with disaster or g…
Contradiction between chat a character thinks or says and wha…
A lengthy speech in which a character, usually alone, express…
A lengthy speech in which a character addresses the other cha…
Tragedy
Drama in which the central character meets with disaster or g…
Dramatic Irony
Contradiction between chat a character thinks or says and wha…
12 terms
Literature Romeo and Juliet Characters
Montague and Lady Montague
Romeo
Balthasar
Benvolio
Parents of Romeo
Son of Montague and Lady Montague
Romeo's servant
Montague's nephew and friend to Romeo (cousin to Romeo)
Montague and Lady Montague
Parents of Romeo
Romeo
Son of Montague and Lady Montague
15 terms
Literature- Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
addle
beguile
beseech
enmity
unable to think clearly
charm or enchant (someone) sometimes in a deceptive way
ask (someone) urgently and fervently1
state or feeling of being actively opposed or hostile to some…
addle
unable to think clearly
beguile
charm or enchant (someone) sometimes in a deceptive way
13 terms
Literature - Romeo & Juliet main characters
Romeo Montague
Lord Montague
Lady Montague
Mercutio
Main character in love with love, son of Lord Montague, loves…
Romeo's father, head of the Montague house, feuds with Capulets
Lord Montague's wife and Romeo's mother
A true friend to Romeo and a cousin of Prince Escalus. He is…
Romeo Montague
Main character in love with love, son of Lord Montague, loves…
Lord Montague
Romeo's father, head of the Montague house, feuds with Capulets
83 terms
Literature midterm romeo and juliet
valiant
profaner
pernicious
adversary
brave
one who treats sacred thing with contempt
destructive
an enemy
valiant
brave
profaner
one who treats sacred thing with contempt
19 terms
Romeo and Juliet Literature Terms
soliloquy
foil
aside
allusions
a speech in which a character reveals his or her thoughts to…
a character whose qualities or actions serve to emphasize the…
spoken by an actor in order to be heard by the audience but s…
indirect references to a person, place, poem, book, event, et…
soliloquy
a speech in which a character reveals his or her thoughts to…
foil
a character whose qualities or actions serve to emphasize the…
18 terms
literature: romeo and juliet
Paris
Romeo
Juliet
Friar Lawrence
nobleman and kinsman to the prince; was set to marry Juliet a…
a Montague and son of Lord and Lady Montague; young, maybe ab…
a Capulet and daughter of Lord and Lady Capulet; thirteen yea…
almost like a father to Romeo and friend of both Romeo and Ju…
Paris
nobleman and kinsman to the prince; was set to marry Juliet a…
Romeo
a Montague and son of Lord and Lady Montague; young, maybe ab…
8 terms
Romeo and Juliet- World literature
Sonnet
Prose
Blank verse
iambic
A fourteen line lyric poem, usually written in iambic pentame…
Ordinary speech or writing as opposed to verse or poetry
A line of poetry written in iambic pentameter
(Meter) is a metrical foot, or unit of measure consisted of 2…
Sonnet
A fourteen line lyric poem, usually written in iambic pentame…
Prose
Ordinary speech or writing as opposed to verse or poetry
10 terms
Literature - Romeo & Juliet
Who is Romeo?
Who is Juliet?
Who are Lord and Lady Montague?
Who are Lord and Lady Capulet?
Son of Lord and Lady Montague, secretly married to Juliet.
Daughter of Lord and Lady Capulet, secretly married to Romeo.
Romeo's parents.
Juliet's parents.
Who is Romeo?
Son of Lord and Lady Montague, secretly married to Juliet.
Who is Juliet?
Daughter of Lord and Lady Capulet, secretly married to Romeo.
31 terms
Romeo and Juliet: Literature Terms
Monologue
Soliloquy
Metaphor
Foreshadowing
Speech by one character while other characters are present
Long speech expressing the thoughts of a character who is alo…
Metaphor = direct comparison; one thing equals another
Use of clues that suggest events that have yet to happen
Monologue
Speech by one character while other characters are present
Soliloquy
Long speech expressing the thoughts of a character who is alo…
SBA Literature Romeo and Juliet
*Tragedy
*Mutiny
Piteous
Marry
Event that causes great suffering and distress
Strife; rivalry
Passionate
Indeed
*Tragedy
Event that causes great suffering and distress
*Mutiny
Strife; rivalry
39 terms
Romeo & Juliet Literature Review
"Brawling love" "Loving hate" "Heavy l…
Much of the imagery of the play is...
The deaths of Tybalt & Mercutio and th…
Romeo's decision to attend the Capulet…
Oxymorons
paradoxical in nature
Climax
Exciting Force
"Brawling love" "Loving hate" "Heavy l…
Oxymorons
Much of the imagery of the play is...
paradoxical in nature
89 terms
Romeo and Juliet - World Literature
Who are the members of the Capulet fam…
Who are the members of the Capulet?
Who are the members of the House of Ro…
Who are the members of Neutrality?
Capulet, Lady Capulet, Juliet, Tybalt, Gregory, Sampson, Nurs…
Montague, Lady Montague, Romeo, Balthazar, Abram, and Benvolio.
Prince of Verona, Paris, Page to Paris, and Mercutio.
Musicians, Apothecary, Watchmen, Friar John, Friar Lawrence,…
Who are the members of the Capulet fam…
Capulet, Lady Capulet, Juliet, Tybalt, Gregory, Sampson, Nurs…
Who are the members of the Capulet?
Montague, Lady Montague, Romeo, Balthazar, Abram, and Benvolio.
Literature Final Romeo and Juliet
pernicious(adj)
augmenting(v)
grievance(n)
transgression(n)
harmful
increasing
complaint
crime
pernicious(adj)
harmful
augmenting(v)
increasing
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