Romeo and Juliet Male aggression quotes 2

Sampson 3 ‘Therefore women being the weaker vessels.”I will be civil with the maids, i will cut off their heads.”I will push Montague’s men from the wall, and thrust his maids to the wall.’
Capulet (before dominance) 2 ‘My child is yet a stranger to the world.”Earth hath swallowed all my hope but she.’
Capulet (during dominance) 4 ‘Hang thee, young baggage, disobedient wretch.”Get thee to church on Thursday or never look me in the face.”My fingers itch.”She will be ruled by all aspect of me.’
Lady capulets response to Juliet’s needs 1 ‘Talk not to me.’
Abram 1 ‘Quarrel sir? No, sir.’
Tybalt’s insults 2 ‘Thou art a villain.”Wretched boy.’
Tybalt’s response to talk of peace 1 ‘What, drawn and talk of peace? I hate the word, as I hate Hell, all Montagues and thee.’
Benvolio’s quotes opposing Male agression 3 ‘My noble uncle.”Noble prince.’ ‘We talk here in the public haunt of men.’ (Trying to direct the fight somewhere else to prevent punishment, however male aggression shows through other characters which overrides his prayer)
Romeo’s quotes opposing Male agression 3 ‘Good Capulet, which name i tender dearly as mine own.”Gentle Mercurio.”I do protest, I never injured thee.’ (Injuring may have been seen to show of masculinity but he is denying this)
Prince 1 ‘Rebellious subjects, enemies to peace.’
Words used to provoke Tybalt 4 Coward, Prince/King of cats, villain, rat-catcher
Mercutio 2 ‘A plague o’both your houses.”Ay, ay a scratch, a scratch.’ (So masculinity doesn’t decrease).
Romeo’s aggression towards Tybalt’s fatal actions 3 (To Tybalt) ‘In triumph and Mercurio slain?’ ‘Villain.'(Rhyming couplet) ‘This day’s black fate on more days doth depend, but this begins the woe others must end.’

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