Romeo and Juliet

Opposite to Act 5 Scene 3 Let two more summers wither in their pride
another opposite to act 5 scene 3 Get her heart! My will to her consent is but a part
The Nurse knows her so well Faith i can tell her age unto an hour
Formal business-like relationship “madam””daughter Juliet,How stands your disposition to be married?”
Sexual Love “If love be rough with you,be rough with love”
Queen Mab speech she gallops night by night through loers brains,and then they dream of love”
Fate some consequence yet hanging in the starsi defy you stars
Romeo’s Admiration for Juliet O doth she teaches the torches to burn brighttwo of the fairest starts in all the heaven
True Love did my heart love till now?for i ne’er saw true beauty till the night
In deep trouble Juliet my only love sprung from my only hate
In deep trouble Romeo my life is my foe’s debt
Benvolio vs Mercutio “romeo! My cousin” “Madman!” “Lover”
Name my name dear saint is hateful to myself because it is an enemy to thee.
Juliet is more masculine,discusses marriage if that thy bent of love be honourable ,thy purpose marriage
Foreshadowing the end Parting is such a sweet sorrow
Friar Lawrence’s comment young men’s love then lies not in their hearts but in their eyes
Nurse Threatens Romeo if ye should lead he into a fools paradise
Loves the Nurse O honey Nurse
Foreshadowing by Friar Lawrence These violent delights have violent ends
Tybalt vs Mercutio make it a word and a blowthou art a villain
Not Mocking good capulet which name i tender as dearly as mine own
Mercuito act 3 scene 1 ay a scratcha plague on both your houses
romeo becomes violent mercutio soul is a little way above our heads,either thou or I both must go with him
Personification of fate O i am fortune’s fool
wants another montague to die for blood of ours,she blood of montague
Juliet cannot hate romeo beautiful tyrant,fiend angelical
Giving romeo reasons to be happy and live There art thou happy
emphasises tragedy i must be gone and live,or stay and die
Juliet is disobedient He shall not make me there a joyful bride
Capulet gone mad hang thee young baggage! disobedient wretch!and you be minehang beg,starve,de in the streets
Lady capulet do as thou wilt for i am done with thee
Nurse abandons Juliet i think its best you marry with the county
Hate the nurse Ancient damnation! O most wicked fiend!
imperative take thou this vial,being then in bed and this distilling liquor drink off
Patriachal society henceforth i am ever ruled by you
Juliet dies death lies on her like an untimely most upon the sweetest flower of all the field
oxymoron about death o happy dagger
consequence all are punished

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