Romeo and Juliet act 3-5

theme message about life revealed in the play; love, hate, faith
oxymoron contradictory words or ideas are paired together.
repetition Shakespeare will repeat things to make a point either words or images.
comic relief humor added to a series play.
dramatic irony audience knows something that the characters do not
personification human characteristics given to a non-human thing.
rhyme scheme of a sonnet ABAB CDCD EFEF GG
theme of love example when romeo loves Juliet so he does not fight Tybalt
theme of fate example when Mercutio says both houses made a corpse of him.
theme of hate example when Tybalt tells Romeo to draw his sword because he hates him.
theme example theme of love when Romeo and Juliet love each other
oxymoron example when juliet calls romeo a Dove-Feather’d Raven
repetition example when Mercutio keeps repeating “A plague on both your houses.”
comic relief example when peter is joking with the musicians
dramatic irony example when the lady capulet thinks juliet is dead even though the audience knows Juliet is not dead
personification example when friar lawrence compares death to a person in act 4 scene 1
soliloquy in acts 3-5 act 4 scene 3 Juliet talks to herself
know all starred passages acts 3-5
friar Lawrence’s long quote on p.298 friar lawrence tells the truth about how romeo and juliet loved each other and they got married and they killed themselves for each other
know the basic plot of Romeo and Juliet
Iambic Pentameter each consisting of one short (or unstressed) syllable followed by one long (or stressed) syllable, for example Two households, both alike in dignity.

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