English Romeo and Juliet part II

“The day is hot, the Capulet s abroad” (3.1.) Benvolio, Benvolio and Mercutio were out in a public place, the hot weather affects mood because makes people irritable
“Good king of cats, nothing but one of your nine lives” (3.1) Mercutio talking to Tybalt
“No, ’tis not so deep as a well, nor so wide as a church door; but ’tis enough” (3.1) Mercutio, Simile, talking about where Tybalt hurt him
“You shall find me a grave man” (3.1) Mercutio, says as he is about to die, Pun with word grave
“Why the devil came you between us? I was hurt under your arm” (3.1) Mercutio, talking to Romeo bc Romeo getting between them caused the stabbing
This day’s black fate on more days doth depend: this but begins the woe others must end” (3.1) Romeo, Foreshadowing more fighting and more people dying, Mercutio’s death will bring more fighting, this event is predicting more bad events, Mercutio and Tybalt’s death is climax of the play, everything changes here
“O I am fortune’s fool” (3.1) Romeo, saying that fate made a fool of him after killed Tybalt
“Or if love be blind, it best agrees with night. Come civil night, thou sober suited matron , all in black and learn me how to lose a winning match” (3.2) Juliet, personification, echoing balcony scene with Romeo
“Come, gentle night, come loving, black brow’d night, give me my Romeo; and when he shall die, take him and cut him out in little stars, and he will make the face of heaven so fine, that all the world will be in love with night” (3.2) Juliet, Soliloquy, light and dark imagery, foreshadowing Romeo’s death, saying if you took Romeo and cut him into starts he will outshine the sun
“Thou heaven cannot. O Romeo, Romeo!” (3.2) Nurse, confusing Tybalt’s death with Romeo
“Beautiful tyrant” , “Wolvish-revening lamb”, “Dove feathered raven” (3.2) Juliet conflicted about whether to hate Romeo, but she stills loves him and wants to remain loyal. Oxymoron
“Not body’s death, but body’s banishment” , “And turns it to exile, there art thou happy” (3,3) Friar Laurence, trying to tell Romeo he should be grateful about his punishment
“Take thee to thy love, as was decreed, ascend her chamber, hence and comfort her:” (3.3) Frair. coming up with a plan for Romeo to go say goodbye before going to Montua
“These times of woe afford no time to woo. Madam goodnight: commend me to your daughter” (3.4) Paris, comes to give condolences about Tybalt’s death, in these times of sadness, there is no time for romance
“Sir Paris, I will make a desperate tender of my child’s love: I think she will be rul’d in all respects by me: nay more I doubt it not. Wife go you to her ere you go to bed; aquanaut her here of my son Paris’ love: and bid her, mark you me, on Wednesday. ” (3.4) Lord Capulet, Dramatic irony because Juliet is already married to Romeo, Thinks he does not need to ask Juliet and he can go ahead and give Juliet’s consent
“let day in, and let life out” (3.5) Juliet, saying let the day (her mom in) and let Romeo out (her life) . Romeo off to Mantua
“As one dead in the bottom of a tomb: either my eyesight fails or thou look’st pale” (3.5) Juliet. Foreshadowing Romeo’s death, he is about to leave for Mantua
“O fortune, fortune! all men call the fickle” (3.5) Juleit, saying fate goes back and forth and right now it is not on her side
“Indeed I never shall be satisfied with Romeo, till I behold him– dead” (3.5) Juliet, double entente, Lady Capulet thinks she is talking about his as a villain, but she is talking about him as her love, never be happy till she is back with him
“I would the fool were married to her grave” (3.5) Lady Capulet mad Juliet is refusing to marry Paris, Wishes Juliet were married to her grave
“I think it best you married with the county” (3.5) Nurse, saying she should marry Paris
“For, venus smiles not in the house of tears” (4.1) Paris, Allusion, Paris talking to Friar about wedding
“I would I knew not why it should be slow’d look sir here comes the lady toward my cell ” (4.1) Friar, Aside, Paris is talking to Friar and he thinks Juliet is being childish with her insistence to push wedding back. The Friar thinks this job would be easier if he was not aware of the plan and he does not want to marry Juliet and Paris bc he already married her a Romeo
“Or bid me go to a new man’s grave, and hide me with the dead man in his shroud” (4.1) Juliet, saying all the things she would rather do than marry Paris. In each of theses images, death is present. All of them could end in death, or are related to death in some way, showing that Juliet would rather die than marry Paris.
Friar’s Plan for Juliet Go home,Say that you will marry Paris,Make sure that you are alone tomorrow night,Swallow the vial in bed,You will wake in 48 hours,Romeo will meet you when I send him a letter,You will escape with him to Mantua.
Where I have learn’d me to repent the sin of disobedient opposition to you and your behests, and am enjoin’d by holy Laurence to fall prostrate here, to beg your pardon. Pardon, I beseech you! Hensforward I am ever rul’d by you” (4.2) Juliet, Dramatic irony. because Capulet thinks when Juliet went to see Friar Lawrence she was actually repenting her sins and thinks she actually plans to marry Paris, but the reader knows that Juliet was actually conspiring with Friar Lawrence to come up plan for Juliet to take a potion to make it seem as though she is dead, so she can go be with Romeo and not marry Paris.
“Where bloody Tybalt, yet but green in earth, lies festering in her shroud”, “What if it be a poison, which the friar subtly hath minister’d to have me dead” (4.3) Juliet is about to take sleeping potion, but she has some fears
” The horrible conceit of death and night” (4.4.38) “Together with the terror of the place” (4.4.38-39)”and shrieks like mandrakes torn out of the earth” (4.4.48) Juliet, create an atmosphere of horror and terror
“Mass, and well said; a merry whoreson ha!”(4.4.22). Capulet, Comic relief
“Alas, alas! Help, help! My lady’s dead!”(4.5.14). Nurse, finding Juliet dead
“death lies on her like an untimely frost” Capulet, Simile, and person. after he finds Juliet dead , The quote is saying that Juliet is like a flower during an early frost. The cold freeze kills the flower right as she is blooming. She has just recently married and become a woman, and because Juliet has just begun life, and just been killed, she is like a flower during an early frost.
All things that we ordained festivalTurn from their office to black funeral:Our instruments to melancholy bells;Our wedding cheer to a sad burial feast;Our solemn hymns to sullen dirges change;Our bridal flowers serve for a buried corseAnd all things change them to the contrary.(4.5.87-93) Because of Juliet’s death, Lord Capulet has to change is entire plan for the wedding celebration to a sad funeral. Everything he planned has to go from happy and exciting to sad
“No money, on my faith, but the gleek; I will give you the minstrel” (4.5.114-115) Peter, Comic relief, after such a sad scene when they argue with each other about the musician’s music. Peter wants the musicians to play him a song, and when they refuse he says that he will taunt them until they play his song
“My dreams presage some joyful news at hand” (5.1.) Romeo, Dreamed that he died and Juliet found him and brought him back with a kiss, once he comes back he becomes rich and powerful emperor. Dreams foreshadowing, and irony.
“Her body sleeps in Capel’s monument” (5.1) Balthasar, telling Romeo Juliet is dead
“No, matter get thee gone,” (5.1) Romeo, Ironic, saying it doesn’t matter he didn’t get a letter from Friar, but it is a big deal bc he doesn’t know Juliet isn’t actually dead
“Let me have a dram of poison” (5.1.) Romeo talking to apothecary bc he wants to kill himself
“Unhappy fortune!” (5.2) Friar Laurence, He is upset that Friar John couldn’t deliver message bc messenger was out with an infection, Fate nor human error bc There was little to no way to prevent Romeo from not receiving the letter, and there was no planning going into sabotaging the Friar’s plan.
“Get me an iron crow and bring it straight unto my cell” (5.2.21-22). Friar Laurence asks for this Expecting no one there and hopes to get there first, fearful Juliet will wake up by herself in the tomb, ironic bc he doesn’t need it Romeo broke it open.
“poor living corse, clos’d in a dead man’s tomb!” (5.2.30) Frair Laurence, Oxymoron , This is talking about Juliet because she is alive but her body is like a corpse since she is laid in the tomb.
Where final scene takes place and time of day Takes place in churchyard at dawn, affects mood bc it is dark outside but it abt to be bright (atmosphere) (sense of being no light, no one is around, all things happening in secret and in darkness)
“Sweet flower, with flowers thy bridal bed I strew” (5.3. 13). Paris, coming to pay respects to Juliet
“And in despite I’ll cram thee with more food” (5.3) Romeo, saying he is going to feed the tomb with more bodies
In 5.3 Paris getting mad at Romeo, what way is he the victim Paris rly loved Juliet but he was killed bc Romeo loved her too and already married her. Irony Paris thinks Romeo is evil and killed Tybalt thinks Juliet dies bc of sadness do to Tybalt sees Romeo as evil, and thinks he comes to do harm to tomb, Paris thinks he is just helping
“Death, that hath suck’s the honey of thy breath, hath had no power yet upon thy beauty” (5.3.92). Romeo, Romeo thinks she still looks lively bc she still looks beautiful, ironic bc she is actually alive, she looks so beautiful and death couldn’t steal her beauty but ironic bc she is abt to wake up, not recognizing what actually is happening,

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