romeo and juliet quotes

is there no pity sitting in the clouds? – juliet, personificationgreek tragedy, play controlled by 3 “fates”
some consequence yet hanging in the stars – romeo, fortune
i am fortunes fool – romeo, realises that he as a pawn
o unhappy fortune – friar, fortune
fate has the steerage of my course and directs my sail – romeo, sea imagery for fate
poison is his “desperate pilot” – romeo, sea imagery for fate
god joined my heart and romeo’s, thou our hands – juliet, religion and friar
Death lies on her like an untimely frostUpon the sweetest flower of all the field.Flower as she was, deflowered by him.Death is my son-in-law – capulet objectifies juliet in her death
for men as old as we to keep the peace – capulet on age and violence
My child is yet a stranger in the worldripe to be a bride – capulet about juliet to be too young to marry
for you and i are past our dancing days – capulet to a friendironic, too old to be dancing but young enough to fight?
draw thy toolnaked weapon – phallic imagery for weaponry = masculinity
calm dishonourable, vile submission – mercutio uses emotive adjectives and triadic structure
peace? i hate the word, as i hate hell – tybalt, religion for violence
but old folks, many feign as they were dead, unwieldily, slowly, heavy and pale as lead – juliet, old people lack speed
ancient damnation – juliet – blasphemy agains elderly
henceforth i am never ruled by you – juliet to capulet, disobedience
had she affections and warm youthful blood, she would be as swift in motion as a ball – juliet, nurses age
you men, you beasts – prince, dehumanisation
honour of my skin, to strike him dead i hold it not a sin – tybalt, family honour, blasphemy
turn your households rancour to pure love – friar lawrence, good will and iroy
These hot days, is the mad blood stirring – transferred epithet benvolio and anger
my only love sprung from my only hate – juliet uses oxymoron to show inner conflict between love and hate
i have stained the childhood of our joy – rome after killing tybalt, youth and innocence
what a scrooge is laid upon your hate, that heaven finds means to kill your joys with love – prince, religions role in hate
o brawling love, o loving hate – romeo uses oxymoron for inner conflict
if he be married, my grave is like my wedding bed – juliet foreshaddows

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