Romeo and Juliet Act 2

It’s pointing out how dangerous it is for Romeo and Juliet to be together ‘And she steals love’s sweet bait from fearful hooks.’ Discuss the effectiveness of this metaphor.
They don’t know where Romeo is; they think Romeo still loves Rosaline What do Benvolio and Mercutio not know about Romeo in Scene 1?
All positive things such as that she is beautiful, pure, good, warm, and loving. What qualities does Romeo give to Juliet by using light as a symbol for her?
Stars of heaven and “what light through yonder window breaks? It is the east, and Juliet is the sun!” Quote two examples of images which refer to light in lines 1 to 22.
She’s asking why does his name have to be Romeo/ why does he have to be a Montague What does Juliet’s famous line ‘O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?’ mean?
Because the moon changes Why does Juliet say that Romeo must not swear by the moon
Juliet doesn’t want him to get caught b/c he would get killed. She also says it’s too soon to make vows b/c he may be playing games. Romeo doesn’t care about anything but love. Juliet is more practical than Romeo in scene 2. Give evidence to support this.
Juliet will send a messenger to Romeo at 9 the next morning to find out the arrangements of the wedding. What arrangements do the two lovers make at the end of the meeting?
Romeo told him about Rosaline and Friar Lawrence was the first person he went to for advice about Juliet How do we know that Romeo and Friar Lawrence have a close relationship?
Friar Lawrence was surprised, asked about Rosaline, and then asked if the love was real. How does Friar Lawrence react when Romeo asks him to marry him and Juliet that very day?
He agrees to marry them because he thinks it will end the feud and turn the hatred to love In one respect ‘I’ll thy assistant be/ For this alliance may so happy prove/ To turn your households’ rancour to pure love. Refer to these lines and explain why Friar Lawrence agrees to marry the lovers.

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