Romeo and Juliet act 3

I pray thee, good mercutio, let’ s retire: The day is hot, the capels are abroad, and if we meet we shall not escape a brawl, for now these hot days, is the mad blood stirring benevolio to Mercutio, shall not escape brawl is FORESHADOWING
Mercutio, thou consortest with romeo Tybalt to mercutio
Consort? what dost thou make us minstrels? and thou make minstrels of us, look to hear nothign but discords, here is my fiddlestick, eeres that shall make you dance mercutio to tybalt, PUN
We talk here in the public haunt of men, either withdraw unto some private place or hold your greivances Benevolio to mercutio, dont fight in public
Romeo, the love I bear thee can affod, no better term than this. Thou art a villian. Tybale to romeo, huge insult; combat
I do protest i never injured thee, but love thee better than thou canst devise romeo to tyblat, saying that he lvoes him (because he is fmaily now)
no tis not so deep as a well, nor so wide as a church door, but tis enough, twill serve. Ask for me tomrw, and you shall find me a grave man Mercutio to romeo, PUN, grave like serious and grave like deadblames romeo for his death blames foreshadowStill joking as he is dying
Or i shall faint. A plague a both your houses! mercutio – Curse to both of the houses FORESHADOW , to romeo and tybalt
Hath been my cousin. O sweet juliet, thy beauty hath made me effeminate, and in my temper soften valour steel romeo to no one, he is WEAkened by Love
Again in triumph, and mercutio slain? Away to heaven, respective lenity, and fire eyed fury be my conduct now! now tybalt, take the villian back again. Romeo to benevolio towards tybalt, i was friendly but anger takes over, reaction to best friend dying. Takes initial challenge tybalt wanted.
O noble prince, i can discover all. the unlucky manage of this fatal brawl; there lies the man, slain by young Romeo, That slew thy kinsman, brave Mercutio. Benevolio to the prince explainging the scene
He is a kingsman to the montague, affection makes him false, he speaks not true lady capulet to the prince saying that benevolio is not speaking true. DRAMATIC IRONY, basically asking son to die but only we know that.
exile leave, leave Verona. banish
And or that offence, Immediately we do exile him hence. I have an interest in your hearts’ proceeding: My blood (Mercutio) for your rude brawls doth lie a-bleeding… that hour his last. Enough bloodshed, prince won’t kill, he’s related to Mercutio. prince to montague.
Juliette thinking about the wedding night SOLILOQY
Come night, come romeo, come thou day in night, for thou wilt lie upon the wings of night, Wither than new snow upon a raven’s back. Come, gentle night, come, loving, black-brow’d Night, Give me my Romeo, and when I shall die, take him and cut him out in little stars, and he will make the face of heaven so fine… apostrophe in ” Night” ” n” , and personification towards nightpersonificaation, pun, night brings Rome to Juliette.
romeo can, though heaven cannot. O romeo, romeo who ever woul have though it romeo She thinks that romeo is dead, but nurse is talking about murderer
O serpent heart, hid with a flowring face did ever dragon keep so fair a cave? beautiful tyrant fiend angelical, dove feathered racen, wolvish ravening lamo, despised yet divinest, damned, honorable OXYMORONS so ever made at romeo
Was ever book containgin such vile matter Moms metaphor, juliette said it
No faith, no honesty in men, all perjurd, all naugh, give me brandy Nurse to juliet
Will you speak well of him that he killed your cousingriefs/woes make me old. nurse to juliette
Shall i speak ill fo him, but wherefore villian didst thou kill my cousin, that villian cousing would have killd my husband juliette to nurse, realization and understanding whyMAD tat hurse
But i, a maid, die maiden-widowed virgin, no night together
Hie to your chamber, ill find romeo to confort you, lawrences cell. nurse to julietshe will find romeo
give this ring! to mty true night juliet to nurseting is forgivness…maybe symbol
stand and you be a man grow up, nurse to romeo when he leaves
there is no world without Verona walls, but pugratory, torture, hell itself: hence banished is banishd from the world, and worlds exile is death, then banishedl romeo to friar lawrence?
in what vile part of this anatomy doth my name lodge, tell me that i may sack the hateful mansion Kill the montegue inside of him, romeo
tis torture, and not mercy. Heaven is where juliet lives, every creature sees her exepct me im banished 3rd person; romeo to friar
thou canst not speak of that thou dost not feel romeo to frair, friar has not been with women
long speech about growing up between __ and __ frair lawrence and romeo
than thou wents forth in lamentationq go like asked, and live until prince pardons you
Ill find out your man to get you, a servant named BALTEZAR who will send messages of juliette/society
I think she will be ruld in all respects by me dramatic irony, FATHEr capulet thinks she will follow his orders
Monday, haha, wed is too soon, she will be married, will you be ready ready is to lady cap, lord cap is speaking
Wilt thou be gone, it is not yet neard day, it was the nightingale and not the lark that peuced , love is the nightINGale Juliet to romeo, concerned about time
Let me be tane, let me be put to deaht, i am content he is happy to die for her,
ill say non grey is the morning, tis but the pale refelx of cynthias brow the moon, allusion to eh moon ALLUSION romeo
more light and light, more dark and dark our woes romeo, METAPHOR
O god, i have an ill divining soul, methinks i see thee now, thou art so low, as one dead in the bottome of a tob, either my eyesight fails or thou looks pale FORESSHADOWING JULIET to romeo
O fortune, Forctue all men call thee fickle juliette to romeo, APOSTROPHE
Villian and he be many miles asunder, god pardon him, i do with all my heart, and yet no man like he dogh greive SYMBOL AND ASIDE (to lady cap)
indeed i shall never be satistide, with romeo till i behold him…dead SYMBOL be with him, dead, heart
Juliette would rather marry romeo than paris” saying to parents Yes!
So worthy a gentlemen to be her bride juoiete is ungrateful for this mariage
i tell thee what, get to hee church or the streets disown you,
LORD doesnt like nurse.. interfeering
Lord capulet would have her starve because she is ungreateful, and he hits her, so mean!
is wige along with mr capulet meaness? yes
Nurse is on whose side, making sly compliments about PARIS
ancient damnation, o most wicked fiend…. juliet to nurse, SOLILOQY FORESHADOIG doesnt trust nurse anymore
go to frair lawrence make a ” confession” aka sneaking out
review book page 76-end of act 3

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