Free Spirited Benvolio Constantly tries to cheer-up Romeo after heart break Truly tries to diffuse family brawls Characters Prince
Concerned for both houses and public peace Tybalt Truly hates Montague Violent Vocabulary ACT 1 SC. 1, 3 Choler - Anger, irritability. "You seem to have much choler
due to your bad bathroom break." "Don't mess with the one who holds great choler." Vocabulary ACT 1 SC. 1, 80 Flourish - To thrive / to wield "Flourish your weapon before me!" "May your knowledge flourish through this presentation." Vocabulary ACT 1 SC. 1, 48
Importune - To ask for urgently or repeatedly / to annoy "I am importuning you to give me that bar of chocolate!" "Stop importuning me with your silly desires!" Vocabulary ACT 1 SC. 2, 106 Fortnight - Two weeks "A fortnight and this month ends." "You've been working on that for a
fortnight already!" Vocabulary ACT 1 SC. 3, 17 Scant - Scarce / barely sufficient "This offering is but scant to me." "Both our food and clothing are scanty." (Scanty is a variation.) Scene by Scene Act 1, Scene 1
Benvolio and Tybalt, along with some Montague and Capulet servants, start fighting with each other. The Prince of Verona arrives and demands that they stop, threatening them with death. Lady Montague asks if Benvolio had seen Romeo, and Montague talks about how down Romeo had been lately. Benvolio sees Romeo and tells Montague and Lady Montague that he will get to the bottom of this. Benvolio asks Romeo what the matter was, and the boy says he is in love, but the girl does not love him back. Benvolio suggests that Romeo forget about the girl, but
Romeo refuses. Scene by Scene Act 1, Scene 2 Capulet talks with Paris about his marriage arrangements with Juliet, and invites him to the feast later that night. Capulet then tells Peter, a servant, to invite the guests on the paper he gives him. Peter, not knowing how to read, coincidentally meets with Romeo and Benvolio, and asks for help. Romeo reads out the list, and as thanks, Peter invites them to the feast, not
knowing that they're Montagues. Benvolio urges Romeo to go so that he will forget about Rosaline, telling him that there will be other girls there more beautiful than her. Scene by Scene Act 1, Scene 3 Lady Capulet asks to speak with Juliet. She comes, the Nurse all the while reminiscing about the earthquake eleven years ago. They talk about Paris' proposal, and the Nurse and
Lady Capulet start convincing Juliet about how perfect he'd be as a husband. Juliet says she'll try to see if she likes the man. Peter then enters and tells them that the guests are waiting, inviting them to follow him down. Scene by Scene Act 1, Scene 4 Benvolio, Mercutio, and Romeo start talking about the party. They try convincing Romeo to dance later, but he says he'll just bring the torch, since his heart is feeling heavy. Romeo says that he had a dream last
night, and Mercutio suddenly starts raving about Queen Mab. Benvolio says that this is taking them off course, and that they will be late for the party. Romeo says he feels this is going to end in his death, but goes anyway. Scene by Scene Act 1, Scene 5 Capulet welcomes his guests, then talks with his cousin. Romeo sees Juliet, though he does not know her name yet, and falls in love with her. Meanwhile, Tybalt recognizes Romeo and tries to assault him, but Capulet
stops him, saying that he doesn't want this at his feast. Romeo then approaches Juliet, and they kiss twice. Romeo asks the Nurse who Juliet's mother is; realizing she is a Capulet, he sees the trouble this could cause. The Montagues leave, and Juliet asks about Romeo, and finds out his true identity. She is saddened that her true love is the son of her worst enemy. Dramatic Moments 1) Monologue of Prince Escalus of Verona The prince talks about his passion for keeping the
law and punishing those who disobey it. Escalus becomes enraged at the fact that the Montagues and the Capulets do not even try to stop their meaningless feud. Act 1. Scene 1. Lines 83-105. Dramatic Moments 2) Dialogue between Romeo and Benvolio Benvolio tries to find out the cause of Romeo's suffering.
Romeo shows his heartbreak over a girl who does not love him back. We see how important love is to Romeo and that he is truly a passionate lover. Act 1. Scene 1. Lines 163247. Dramatic Moments 3) Dialogue between Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet meet for the first time and fall deeply in love.
They flirt a bit until Romeo finally kisses Juliet. This leads to the irony later on when the two discover that, though they love each other, they are actually mortal enemies. This part of the play have similar structure and rhyme as a sonnet. Act 1. Scene 5. Lines 104122. Timeline The Capulets and the Montagues Fight
The Prince breaks them up and threatens them with deathCapulet invites Paris to his feast Romeo admits to Benvolio that he is in love Romeo gets invited to the Capulets' feastLady Capulet, the Nurse, and Juliet talk about Paris The three Montagues go to the feast Tybalt recognizes Romeo, but Capulet intervenes
Romeo and Juliet fall in love with each other and kissfind out about each others' identities and are saddened The two Shakespearean Quotes Star-crossed Lovers (Act 1 Prologue, 6) A pair of star-cross'd lovers
Definition: Lovers not favored by the stars; unlucky. take their life; Shakespearean Quotes Ladybird (Act 1 SC. 3, 3) Now, by my maidenhead at twelve year old, I bade her come. What, lamb! what
ladybird ! God forbid! Where's this girl? What, Juliet! Shakespearean Definition: A term of endearment, or a woman of loose morals. Modern Definition: any of various small brightly coloured beetles of the family Coccinellidae Shakespearean Quotes Bump (Act 1 SC. 3, 57)
A bump Definition: Lump. as big as a young cock'rel's stone; Overall theme: Love The love of Romeo and Juliet is what set the events in the play in motion.
Romeo and Juliet are willing to sacrifice everything for the sake of their love, even their life. Theme of Act 1: Youth Though Romeo says he loves Rosaline, a few hours later he quickly switches to Juliet (love at first sight). Juliet is still new to the idea of marriage while Lady Capulet and Paris talk about her getting married.
Connections Text To Self Falling in love Text To World Forced/Arranged Marriage Text to Media West Side Story Text To Self Falling in love is what happened to Romeo and Juliet.
They saw each other, and thought that they would be perfect for each other. They would not think of anyone else to be with than their love. Also, Romeo and Juliet would think of each other a lot of times. We all eventually get to fall in love. And, when we do, we usually won't stop thinking about that person. Usually, we'd just feel warm and fuzzy when we are in love. Text To World Paris asked the parents of Juliet, the Capulets, if he
could marry Juliet, and the Capulets agree. Juliet is not that thrilled to hear that news. In fact she does not like the idea of being married to County Paris Juliet is sort of forced into marriage with. Today, India, Pakistan, and some parts of the Middle East still practice arranged marriage. Text to Media West Side Story is about two "star-crossed lovers" very much like Romeo and Juliet. Tony and Maria are the counterparts of Romeo and Juliet in this play. They
meet like Romeo and Juliet did, during a dance. This musical is just a more modern version and a more musical version of "Romeo and Juliet" Key Lines A pair of star-crossed lovers (Prologue, Line 6) Sad hours seem long (Act 1, Scene 1, Line 166) Alas, that love, so gentle in his view, should be so rough and tyrannous in proof! (Act 1, Scene 1, Line 174 - 175) I will make thee think thy swan a crow! (Act 1, Scene
2, Line 94) Queen Mab... she is the fairies' midwife (Act 1, Scene 4, Line 59 - 59) O, doth she teaches the torches to burn bright! It seems she hangs upon the cheek of night like a rich jewel in an Ethiop's ear - Beauty too rich for use, for Earth too dear (Act 1, Scene 5, Line 51 - 54) Key Lines O, doth she teaches the torches to burn bright! It seems she hangs upon the cheek of night like a rich
jewel in an Ethiop's ear - Beauty too rich for use, for Earth too dear (Act 1, Scene 5, Line 51 - 54) You kiss by th' book (Act 1, Scene 5, Line 122) My only love sprung from my only hate! Too early seen unknown, and known too late! (Act 1, Scene 5, Line 152 - 153) Sources http://www.thefreedictionary.com
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