Learn these quotes Romeo, Romeo! Heres a drink:

Learn these quotes Romeo, Romeo! Heres a drink: I drink to thee A4, S3 O happy dagger, this is thy sheath: there rust and let me die Juliet A5, S3 Thy drugs are quick. Thus with a kiss I die Romeo A5, S3 It is the East and Juliet is the sun Romeo A2, S1 For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo Prince A5, S3 Can you remember them? _____, _____! Heres a _____: I ____to ___ A4, S3 O _____ dagger, this is thy _____: there ____and let me ____ Juliet A5, S3 Thy ____are quick. Thus with a _____I die Romeo A5, S3 ___ is the ____ and ____is the sun Romeo A2, S1 For never was a ____ of more ___ than this of ____and ____ _______ ______A5, S3

How did you do? Romeo, Romeo! Heres a drink: I drink to thee A4, S3 O happy dagger, this is thy sheath: there rust and let me die Juliet A5, S3 Thy drugs are quick. Thus with a kiss I die Romeo A5, S3 It is the East and Juliet is the sun Romeo A2, S1 For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo Prince A5, S3 Technique? Repetition Highlights Juliets force of will ( as a woman) mastering her fear, in a final triumph of her love for Romeo over her affection and grief for Tybalt Effect on the audience?

Romeo, Romeo! Heres a drink: I drink to thee A4, S3 Finality, courage, blind Image foolishness?, created? desperation? Connotations and Connotations of celebration drinksynonyms? to thee, which is a paradox to the danger we see Juliet forced to put herself In (by drinking the potion)

Short sentences Technique? Our tragic Heros death allows the audience to question love, fate and free will, identity, haste and youth Effect onmoderation, the audience? and age everything he symbolises Thy drugs are quick. Thus with a kiss I die

The language used reflects the speeding up of the resolution Image created? of this tragedy. Love and death are Connotations and linked even in Romeos synonyms? final moments Personification Technique? (imagery)

Juliet is hurrying as she hears the guards at the door. Could Effect on the the audience? this represent pace of time? Eventuality of fate? O happy dagger, this is thy sheath: there rust and let me die Violence, Eternal decay Image (a comment created? on society?)

Sexuality / masculinity Connotations and (phallic), violence, tragedy synonyms? echoes the ideas of Romeos QUICK death Metaphor Technique? Clichd and romantic, perhaps Effect onRomeos the audience? this reflects

fatal flaws It is the East and Juliet is the sun Juliet is fairer and more brilliant than the moon (Rosaline). When Juliet appears above, on her balcony, she appears like the sun at dawn, her light overpowering the moon (which merely reflects her brilliance). Image created? Connotations Romance, courtlyand love, synonyms? destiny

They are written in the form of an heroic couplet (two rhyming lines of Technique? iambic pentameter) hyperbole These two lines are the final lines Effect theofaudience? and give aon sense closure to the play For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo The ending justifies the Princes position

and marks the acceptance of it by both families and the end of the feud. Despite this sense of reconciliation, though, the occasion is tragic. Image created? Sadness, belonging, Connotations and anguish, grief, synonyms? resolution, tragedy Dazzle the examiner Throughout the play Shakespeare uses the contrasting motif of light and darkness. Characters, such as Benvolio, Juliet, and Romeo, who exhibit goodness, innocence, and love are often seen either giving off light, discussing light, or are in the presence of light, for example Romeo believes that Juliet is

the sun. On the other hand, characters who exhibit violence, evil, and death are often associated with darkness. Light is presented as a conqueror of darkness as well as emblematic of purity and hope. The main characters, Romeo and Juliet, who experience the light think that this light will never fade. It is clear, however, that by the end of the play darkness has consumed any remaining light for these tragic lovers. Re-cap slide for another lesson Romeo, Romeo! Heres a drink: I drink to thee A4, S3 O happy dagger, this is thy sheath: there rust and let me die Juliet A5, S3 Thy drugs are quick. Thus with a kiss I die Romeo A5, S3 It is the East and Juliet is the sun Romeo A2, S1 For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo Prince A5, S3

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