Romeo and Juliet Act III Scenes I and II

It is hot and the Capulets are nearby At the beginning of the scene, why does Benvolio think that there will be a fight?
He accuses Benvolio of being a coward What does Mercutio accuse Benvolio of in lines 15-30?
He tries to break up the fight When Tybalt and Mercutio first begin arguing, what does Benvolio try to get them to do?
Romeo What character tries to act as a peacemaker?
A villain What does Tybalt call Romeo?
Romeo won’t fight Tybalt because Tybalt is now his cousin-in-law Why won’t Romeo fight Tybalt?
Mercutio thinks that Romeo is a traitor to the Montague house What does Mercutio think is the reason Romeo refuses to fight?
Mercutio is outraged at the outcome of the fight Why does Mercutio keep repeating, “A plague o’ both your houses”?
He says that Juliet’s love has made him kill Tybalt What does Romeo say Juliet’s love has done for him?
He is “fortune’s fool” because love has made him kill Tybalt Why does Romeo call himself “fortune’s fool?”
He says that Romeo tried to break up the fight When Benvolio relates to the Prince what happened, what does he say Romeo tried to do before Mercutio was killed?
She accuses him of changing to the story, because Romeo is his cousin What does Lady Capulet accuse Benvolio of doing? Why?
Banishment What is Romeo’s punishment for killing Tybalt?
It is one of the most important scenes in the play Why is this scene the climax for the play?
She wants to hear more of Romeo’s love Why is Juliet so impatient for the nurse to return?
She is very mad at Romeo, but retaliates if anyone else say something bad about him Describe Juliet’s rapidly changing attitudes toward Romeo in this scene.
She is upset that her cousin has been killed by her husband What piece of news has upset Juliet the most?
She promises to find Romeo What does the nurse promise to do?
She refuses to marry Paris How do we know Juliet will stay true to Romeo?
Apostrophe What dramatic effect does Juliet’s soliloquy have?
Juliet does not know that her husband has killed Tybalt What is dramatic irony at the beginning of this scene?

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