Romeo and Juliet Jeopardy Review ?’s

The place where the play is set Verona, Italy
The role Benvolio serves in the play peacemaker
The type of lovers Romeo and Juliet are said to be star-crossed
This character serves as a buffoon in the play nurse
People who seek love blindly at masquerade balls masqueraders
Where Juliet most likely recited her famous rose line in the Globe theatre Inter (stage?)
What Romeo “proposes” Friar Laurence do for him marry him to juliet
What Tybalt sent Romeo a letter
The place Romeo and Juliet plan to meet Friar Laurence’s cell
The reason Friar Laurence does not want Romeo and Juliet to be alone together before their marriage SEX
The person who wishes to start a fight with Romeo after the party Tybalt
The person Mercutio blames for his own death Romeo
The person who dies when Romeo avenges Mercutio’s death tybalt
What Romeo compares his banishment death
The reason we know it is morning after Romeo and Juliet’s first night together the birds
The person Juliet discovers at Friar Laurence’s cell Paris
Juliet’s plan if Laurence cannot prevent her marriage to Paris kill herself
The person Juliet suspects before drinking the potion Friar Laurence
The person who finds Juliet “dead” in her bedchamber the nurse
The place where Friar Laurence says Juliet is after her death heaven
The person whose poverty sells Romeo the poison the apothecary
The item that Romeo says is worse poison to men’s souls gold
The reason Friar Laurence’s letter fails to reach Romeo quarantine
The person who tempts a desperate man at Juliet’s tomb Paris
The number of people who lost their lives in the tragedy 6
As the goddess of dawn, I draw the shady curtains starting in the East. Arora
As the goddess of chastity, I protect Rosaline from Romeo. Diane
I am a type of allusion that follows Roman and Greek gods.
As a famous lover, Shakespeare alludes to my story. Helena
I am the Biblical reference Shakespeare alludes to when he writes, “Then, dreadful trumpet, sound the general doom!” the apocalypes
Lines like, “If he to me married my grave is like to be my wedding bed” will make me Juliet’s ultimate husband death
The use of plants like Rosemary may make you think of both of me. weddings and funerals
Friar Laurence uses these two items to foreshadow the untimely demise of Romeo and Juliet’s marriage fire and powder
As Mercutio’s curse, I afflict both families and ultimately prevent the delivery of Romeo’s letter the plague
Lines like ” Hath thou no poison mixed, no sharp-ground knife” ultimately reveal what I am. tools of death
How you would be if someone bit his thumb at you in Shakespeare’s day offended
I am a device that allows Love to spring from hate Oxymoron
As a literary device, I say that a person like Paris is a book metaphor
As a literary device, I say that Romeo’s man as true as steel simile
I play with two meanings of one word like “temper” and “Execution” pun
As a poetic structure, I rhyme like this: “And, as he fell, did Romeo turn and fly. This is the truth, or let Benvolio die.” couplet
As a poetic structure, I rhyme like this: “I’ll go along, no such sight to be shown, But to rejoice in splendor of mine own.” heroiccomplete + noun
As a poetic structure, I rhyme like this: “Now old desire doth in his deathbed lie, (A) And young affection gapes to be his heir. (B) That fair for which love groaned for and would die, (A) With tender Juliet matched, is now not fair.” (B) couplet
As a poetic structure, Shakespeare uses me for significant scenes like Romeo and Juliet’s first kiss Shakespearean sonnet
Shakespeare uses me to reveal the uneducated characters in the play prose
I am a symbol of the Capulets, like young Juliet who is “mewed up to her heaviness” cat
I am a symbol of the Montagues, like young Romeo who has “R” sound for a name dog
because juliet lights up romeo life, i am a symbol for juliet sun
Whether it’s doves, ravens, larks, nightingales, falcons, or wanton pets, I represent Romeo and Juliet lovebirds
Because I am in full bloom, I symbolize this type of prime flowers
Like taxes,I’m a theme, that can’t be avoided. Just ask the foreshadowing team. death
I am what Juliet says best when she says, “what must be, shall be.” fate
I am always misleading people, even Shakespeare. While most holy people are expected to not use me, I trick Shakespeare into making the friar use me to bring the families together. deception
As a theme, I pre-date OSU-Michigan, the Hatfields and the McCoys and even the Montagues and Capulets. rivalry
A few seconds more and you might miss the fact that I was a major theme in Romeo and Juliet. timing
The actors who deliver the prologue chorus
The peak of the action or conflict climax
The sophistication of conflicts in a story line
The lighter side of drama, the happy mask comedy
Last part of a tragedy plot line catastrophe
When the audience knows something the characters do not dramatic irony
The purposeful telling of a lie or a half-truth that has another truth within double talk, double entendre
Where characters are developed and setting is defined in a story
Direction used to bring a character on stage
Direction for all characters to leave the stage
A summary element often used at the end of a play epilogue
Hints to things that are to come foreshadowing
Where the action or conflict of a story descends falling action
Long speech made in the presence of others monologues
The ludicrous misuse of words Malapropism
The use of language that features rhythm and rhyme
The opposite of poetry, used for parts of lesser importance prose
Opening lines of the play that reveal the plot prologue
A play on words pun
The name given to the geometric shape associated the development of a story or play the plot triangle
A fourteen-line poem known as a love poem sonnet (Shakespearean sonnet)
Long speech made alone, often to reveal thoughts soliloquy
The darker side of drama, the sad mask tragedy
The flaw that brings about the protagonist’s downfall tragic flaw
Short speech to audience, unheard by other on the stage aside
Unrhymed iambic pentameter blank verse
A brief break between scenes or acts interlude
The ascension of the conflict or action rising action

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