Romeo and Juliet Act 2 & 3| English1 LV1

To which three celestial bodies does Romeo compare Juliet in his soliloquy? the sun, the star, and the sky
“What light through yonder window breaks? It is the East, and Juliet is the sun” was said by whom, and what does it mean? Romeo, and it means that the light that shines in the east is Juliet because she is as hot/bright as the sun
What does Juliet say without knowing Romeo is beneath her window? (summarize whole thing and summarize meaning) “Tis but thy name that is my enemy. Thou art thyself, though not a Motague. What’s Montague? It is nor hand, not foot, Nor arm, Nor face. O, be some other name Belonging to a man. What’s in the name? that which we call a rose By any another word would smell as sweet. So Romeo would, were he not Romeo called Retain that dear perfection which he owes Without that title. Romeo, doff thy name; And for they name, which is not part of thee, Take all myself. MEANING: Juliet is saying “why does he have to be Romeo?Change your name and love me or I will.” It’s only the name that’s her enemy, and Romeo would still be his perfect self, even if he changed his name
Who said the following quote and what’s it’s meaning? “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet…” Juliet; it means that changing the name wouldn’t change the purpose or the being in any way
What will happen to Romeo if her family’s kinsmen catch him beneath Juliet’s window? He would be killed
How does Juliet feel about Romeo professing his love so soon? She thinks it’s too sudden and crazy
According to Juliet, what will Romeo do if he truly loves her? He’ll marry her tomorrow
Whom does Juliet send to Romeo at nine o’clock the next morning? Nurse
What is Romeo supposed to give the messenger? The information about where and when they are going to get married
Who said, “Parting is such sweet sorrow that I shall say goodnight ’till it morrow.” Juliet
Who so is person a Romeo told of his love for Rosaline? Friar Lawrence
What does Romeo request of Friar Lawrence? He requests that friar would marry him to Juliet
Why does the friar agree to marry Romeo and Juliet? He thinks that the feud between the family might be ended if they marry
What does Friar Lawrence say about Romeo moving so quickly? That those who go too fast will fail; Romeo loves with his eyes and not his heart
Who is looking for Romeo? Why? Mercutio and Benvolio because Tybalt has sent a letter to Romeo’s house requesting a challenge
How do Mercutio and ben koi believe Romeo will fare? They believe that he will be killed because he’s become too soft
What message does Romeo give to Nurse for Juliet? For Juliet to come to friar Lawrence’s cell to be shrived and married that afternoon
Who have become Romeo and Juliet’s accomplices? Friar Lawrence and the Nurse
Who appears to be looking for a fight? Tybalt
What does Romeo tell Tybalt when Tybalt accuses him of insulting the Capulet’s? (Line 69-73) He says “I do protest I never injured the. But love the better than thou canst devise. Till thou shalt know the reason of my love. And so, good Capulet-which name I tender As dearly as my own-be satisfied.”
Why does he say this? He says this because he has married Juliet and is now technically related to Tybalt, but Tybalt doesn’t know of the marriage
Why does Mercutio think Romeo is a coward? Mercutio thinks Romeo is a coward because he thinks that Romeo’s submission is vile and dishonorable; also because he told Tybalt he loved him and respected his name
Whom does Tybalt wound and how? Tybalt wounds Mercutio by stabbing his sword under Romeo’s arm and into Mercutio
How bad is the wound and how do you know? Mercutio tells Romeo that the injury wasn’t terrible, but was enough to kill him; he tells Romeo that tommorow, he will be dead
Why is Mercutio angry with Romeo? Because he was hurt under Romeo’s arm; because he came between them in their fight
What does Romeo say to let the audience know that he will right Tybalt? (Line 131) Romeo says that either he or Tybalt will be joined Mercutio in death
Who kills whom in the battle between Tybalt and Romeo? Romeo kills Tybalt
Who warns Romeo to run? Benvolio
When Benvolio is asked what happened, what parts does he leave out? Is his assessment generally correct of the fray? He leaves out that he told Romeo to run away; yes, he is mostly correct
What does lady Capulet believe happened to Tybalt? She believes that Romeo killed Tybalt and that other men(20) could’ve helped
What does lady Capulet want the prince to do? She wants the prince to not let him live
What punishment will Romeo receive? Romeo is exiled; if he comes back, he will be killed
Why will the prince show mercy? Mercutio was his relative, and now the brawl involves his blood family
What does the audience know that Juliet doesn’t know yet? Romeo is exiled
Why does Juliet turn again the nurse in line 97? Because the nurse wanted Juliet to speak bad of her murderer husband, and Juliet doesn’t want to cry over Tybalt, only over Romeo
Whom does Juliet believe has died at first? Romeo
What had Juliet decided to do with the rope that Romeo was supposed to climb to see Juliet? She decided she would kill/hang herself
What does Romeo learn in friar Lawrence cell that causes him to collapse? He learns that he is banished and it all becomes too much
What does he try to do, and who prevents him? He tries to kill himself w/ a dagger, but Nurse prevents him
What is friar Lawrence’s plan for Romeo and Juliet? He plans for Romeo to go to Juliet’s bedroom and “stay the night”, but get out before morning. He will then go to Mantua, where he’ll stay until someone tells him he can come home
What does the nurse give to Romeo from Juliet? Their wedding ring so he can give to Juliet
Why does Capulet tell Paris not to come and woo Juliet? Because he thought she was still grieving over her cousin Tybalt’s death
Because he believes Juliet will comply, what does he promise Paris? And in how many days? He promises Paris a marriage to Juliet in Thursday, 3 days
Of what does Romeo assure Juliet? He assures that they will be together soon and he’ll die if she really wants him to stay
Lady Capulet believe Juliet is crying over whose death? Tybalt
What does Juliet refuse to do? Marry Paris
What does Capulet threaten to do to Juliet? He says that he will drag her to the church to get married; if she doesn’t, she will no longer be his daughter(disown her and never look him in the eyes again)
What does Juliet beg her mother to do? To delay the marriage for a month or week
What is her mother’s response to this request? Her mother tells her not to speak and she said she is done worrying about Juliet
What does Nurse advise Juliet to do? She advises Juliet to marry Paris
How does this make Juliet feel? She tells Nurse that it makes her feel comfort, but she is lying
What does she vow never to do again? She vows never to tell the Nurse anything she feels in her heart again
Why does Juliet say she is going to see friar Lawrence? She says she is going see him to confess and be forgiven for making her father angry
ACT 2: “O, speak again, bright angel, for thou artAs glorious to this night, being o’er my head…”Scene:__________ Lines: ____________Speaker?__________ To whom? ___________Regarding? ___________ 2, 26-27, Romeo, himself, Juliet
ACT 2: “Good Peter, to hide hey face; for her fan’s the fairer face.” Scene:__________ Lines: ____________Speaker?__________ To whom? ___________Regarding? ___________ 4, 52-53, Mercutio, Peter, the nurse and her appearance
ACT 2: “My life were better ended by their hate Than death prorogued, wanting of thy love.” Scene:__________ Lines: ____________Speaker?__________ To whom? ___________Regarding? ___________ 2, 77-78, Romeo, Juliet, their forbidden love
ACT 2: “With Rosaline, my ghostly father? No. I have forgotten that name and that name’s woe.” Scene:__________ Lines: ____________Speaker?__________ To whom? ___________Regarding? ___________ 3, 45-46, Romeo, friar Lawrence, Rosaline and how he no longer loves her
ACT 2: “My bounty is as boundless as the sea,My love as deep; the more I give to thee, The more I have for both are infinite.”Scene:__________ Lines: ____________Speaker?__________ To whom? ___________Regarding? ___________ 2, 133-135, Juliet, Romeo, her love for Romeo
ACT 3: “No, ’tis not so deep as a well, nor so wide as a church door; but ’tis enough, ’twill serve.” Scene:__________ Lines: ____________Speaker?__________ To whom? ___________Regarding? ___________ 1. 93-95, Mercutio, Romeo, Mercutio dying and his wound
ACT 3: “Thou canst not speak of that thou dost not feel.Week thou as young as I, Juliet thy love,An hour gry married, Tybalt murdered,Dotinf like me, and like me banished,Then mightst thou speak, then mightst thou tear thy hair, And fall upon the ground, as I do now” Scene:__________ Lines: ____________Speaker?__________ To whom? ___________Regarding? ___________ 3, 64-69, Romeo, friar Lawrence, the current problem/how the Friar can’t understand
ACT 3: “Now by Saint Peter’s Church, and Peter too, He shall not make me there a joyful bride!”Scene:__________ Lines: ____________Speaker?__________ To whom? ___________Regarding? ___________ 5, 117-118, Juliet, Capulet and lady Capulet, her refusal to marry Paris
ACT 3: “My fingers itch. Wife, we scarce though us blestThat God had kent us but this only child;But now I see this one is too much, And that we have a curse in having her.” Scene:__________ Lines: ____________Speaker?__________ To whom? ___________Regarding? ___________ 5; 165-168, Capulet/ lady Capulet, Juliet and her disobedience towards her parents
ACT 3: “Well, thou hast comforter me marvelous much.Go in; and tell my lady I am gone,Having displeased my father, to Lawrence’s cell, To make confession and to be absolved Scene:__________ Lines: ____________Speaker?__________ To whom? ___________Regarding? ___________ 5, 232-235, Juliet, Nurse, her going to Friar Lawrence’s
Conjure V, to imagine or contrive; to use magic to bring forth something
Idolatry N, the worship of a physical object as a god
Invocation The act of petitioning for help; entreaty
Perjury N, a false swearing; a lie
Procure N, to obtain or get; to get possession of
Variable Adj, able or apt to change; fickle; inconstant
Wanton Adj, difficult to control; undisciplined N, a spoiled person
Banishment N, exile; the removal of one from his country
Calamity N, disaster; a deep depression caused by loss or misfortune
Commend V, to praise; to recommend as worthy of confidence
Dexterity N, mental skill or quickness
Prevail V, to triumph or succeed
Reconcile V, to settle or resolve; to restore a friendship; to make right
Vile Adj, repulsive; disgusting; despicable or abhorrent

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