Romeo and Juliet by Paige (Foreshadowing (The chorus clearly tells us that…
Romeo and Juliet by Paige
tries to stop the fight in Act. 1.1
opposite of Tibalt
tries to consul Romeo with his unrequited love
a good friend
tries to find Romeo after the Capulet party
according to Mercutio he likes fighting as much as anyone and will even get into fights over small things like a tailor wearing an outfit in the wrong season
aggressive and full of testosterone
wanting to continue fights like in Act 1.1
during the Capulet feast he wants to kill Romeo and has a hard time brushing of the command to leave the boy alone
short tempered and angry like a cat
based on the yellow bile from the four humors
dies after killing Mercutio by the hand of Romeo
her child died and that is why she is able to nurse Juliet
her late husband interacted with Juliet
speaks in pros
sign of lower class status
very dirty humor
broad in Greek humor and down to earth
emotional and falls in love quickly
he goes to see Juliet because he has fallen in love to quickly and fast that he can't stand to be apart from her.
even before Juliet he doesn't seem very interested in the blood feud between the families
Is banished after killing Tybalt for killing his friend Mercutio
doesn't seem to think problems through and thinks the only solution is death
Fight breaks out on the street and that gives a background of the families blood feud
Romeo is distraught about Rosaline and goes to the Capulet's party after finding out Rosaline will be attending.
Romeo and Juliet have there first meeting and it is instant love. After finding out they are from enemy households they are both distraught.
started by the servants which shows that the fued is so deep that even the servants hate each other
Romeo has a bad feeling before the party as though what will happen will bring his demise and that it is already written in the stars
references to the stars because in astrology they are looked on for the way things will be and how people will or could act
After Mercutio dies Romeo references fate in act three saying," [t]his day's black fate on more days doth depend."
(124). He knows that the fate of what happened today will shadow over the days to come
"With purple fountains issuing from your veins [...]" (87, 1.1).
Blood coming from peoples veins
"Not mad, but bound more than a madman is [...]"
Romeo is imprisoned by his sadness more than a madman is
Act 1.5, Lines 104-118
The banter between Romeo and Juliet with the "holy shrine" being Juliet's hands and Romeo's lips being the "pilgrims".
The chorus clearly tells us that both Romeo and Juliet are going to die.
Romeo before he goes into the Capulet's feast says he has a bad feeling that what will happen will possibly bring about his demise
Juliet after meeting Romeo foreshadows her death by saying if she can't have him or is promised to another she would rather die.
Mercutio and Tybalt dying could be seen as foreshadowing for Romeo and Juliet's death. Since both have ties to the opposing houses.
obvious foreshadowing is how Juliet exclaims how she would rather die than not be with Romeo to Friar Lawrence after she is engaged to Paris.
Romeo in the beginning of act five says he has had a dream the Juliet had found him dead.
Benvolio and Mercutio look for Romeo as he goes to see Juliet after climbing the garden walls
Romeo and Juliet confess their love for one another and make a plan to marry the next day and that night after seeing Juliet Romeo goes to talk to Friar Lawrence, who agrees to marry them
Nurse, bringing along Peter, meets with Romeo and she tells Juliet to meet her beloved at Friar Lawrence's cell to be married
Romeo and Juliet meet with Friar Lawrence in the afternoon and go to be wed.
Friar Lawrence expressed how he believes the marriage could end the feud between the two houses
Classic Greek Tragedy
Romeo and Juliet not listening to their parents is there flaw like how noble heroes have their fatal flaw in the Greek Tragedies.
Juliet shows her disobedience in refusing the marry Paris and going as far to tell her father she doesn't want to a securing herself a potion to drink so escape
also saying how much she would rather die than marry him
Romeo goes against the law and kills Tybalt and comes back to Juliet after being banished not once but twice.
"To lure this tassel-gentle back again [...}" (170, 2.2)
Tassel is a male falcon so Juliet wishes Romeo to come back again and see her.
, Act 2.2Line 2-9
Romeo compares Juliet's beauty to the sun and how even the moon is jealous of her beauty.
killed by Tybalt
spoiling for a fight even if it means his death because he sees this as an offence since having the ability to fight shows his status
not yet fourteen
very beautiful that she catches Paris's eye and Romeo's
is very quick to see death as the only option after Romeo is banished
very loyal to Romeo but disobedient to her parents
goes against her parent's word and her duty as a women in the name of her true love
friend of Romeo's
agrees to marry the star-crossed lovers and hopes to see their marriage as a way to unite the two houses
Act 2.4, Lines 73-74
Mercutio is telling Romeo that his friend has more wit than he
along with foreshadowing death seems to be present like with Romeo's bad feeling before entering the party and Juliet exclaiming she would rather die than not be with Romeo
Death is also a theme when the Prince declares that if any death happens on the street between the two houses the murderer shall die
both lovers often show grief when they are parted or their life together seems doomed they often resort to death as the only solution but before they can they are stopped on seprate occasions
Mercutio and Tybalt dying
Juliet takes a potion to go into a sleep like death so she can awake again but she will have a lowered pulse and a cold body.
Mercutio and Benvolio are searching for Romeo since they could not find him last night after the Capulet's feast
They run into Tybalt and then Romeo finally comes along. Attempting to bait Romeo into a fight Tybalt ends up fighting and striking down Mercutio sending Romeo in a rage slaying Tybalt.
Romeo is banished from Verona putting grief on both the lovers but they see each other that night after Nurse finds him in Frair Lawrence' cell.
Count Paris approaches Capulet and Juliet is promised to Paris and is to marry him in three days time. Juliet refuses and tries to postpone the wedding as much as she can but her father refuses.and she goes to see Friar Lawrence.
Juliet goes to seek advice from Friar Lawrence and he gives her a potion that will lull her into a sleep like death. His plan is to have Romeo whisk her away once she wakes up after taking it forty-eight hours later.
The wedding is moved up from three to two days and Juliet takes the potion and her family believes her dead
Act 3.1 Lines 22-25
Mercutio says that Benvolio will get in fights even if a man has one more or one less hair on his beard than him and that as much as an egg has a yolk in it Benvolio has fighting in his head. he uses these examples in his defense for when Benvolio scolds him for wanting to fight.
"Vile earth to earth resign[...]" (65, 3.2)
Juliet is expressing her sorrow and her want to die.
Act 3.2, Lines 79-91
In Juliet's monologue she exclaims her anger over Romeo murdering her cousin Tybalt because she didn't think she had it in him since his appearance was so beautiful and nice.
Act 3.3, Lines 43-44
After finding out his sentence is banishment Romeo wants to die insisting that flies have more freedom than he does because they are free while he is banished.
Act 4.1, Lines 79-86
Juliet expresses how much she would rather die than to be with Paris even going as far to say she would rather be chained up with a bear.
Act 4.5, Lines 32-33
Her father talks of Juliet's death with imagery of life leaving her lip and how untimely her death is like the frost
Romeo receives news of Juliet's death and nothing from the Friar who had sent a letter to tell Romeo of his plan. Quickly Romeo gets a horse and poison as to die with Juliet.
Friar Lawrence finds out that his letter didn't send and goes to hide Juliet in his cell after she awakes.
Paris goes to see Juliet the same time that Romeo goes to die with her. They fight and Paris' page goes to alert the watch and Paris is struck down dead.
Romeo takes the poison and dies. Not even moments later Friar Lawrence comes down into the Capulet's crypt and Juliet awakens. The friar is scared off ad Juliet stays to kill herself with Romeo's dagger
After being called the watch shows up along with the two rival families who put aside there feud in the wake of their tragedies.
Act 5.3, Lines 104-105
Romeo is wit Juliet and he talks about how hateful monsters keep her in the night with death and away from him her true love.
Act 5.3, Lines 104-105
Romeo sees Juliet dead and laments about how the hateful monster of death keeps her from the light in the dark tomb.
Act 2.2, Lines 2-4
Romeo says Juliet as the sun that she is so bright and beautiful and makes the vestal moon green with envy in light of that beauty.
Act 3.2, Lines 24-25
Before she talks of how she wish night would come so Romeo would be with her. Then she says that if she should die Romeo is so beautiful that he could be cut up into little stars and that his face is as beautiful as heaven.
Act 3.5, Lines 14-16
As the sun breaks ending the secrecy of their love at night Romeo must go to Mantua. Juliet says that he is the torchbearer of the night and he has not yet to go yet because it is still night
Act1.5, Lines 51
When Romeo first sees Juliet since light is often used to explain love since darkness is for secrecy and dark doings he compares her to a torch since she brightens up the dark night with her beauty.
Act 3.3, Lines 43-44
Romeo references how flies are freer than he his and how unfair it is that flies that are often found with the dead can be with Juliet and see her beauty
Act 4.1, Lines 78-86
Juliet comes to Friar Lawrence grieving how much she doesn't want to be married to Paris how she would rather suffer and die leaving her love than to betray him in another man's bed
Act 1.1, Lines 141-145
Romeo is so distraught with his unrequited love of Rosaline that he can't even stand to be in the daylight and shuts it out make a fake night to forever seal him in his sorrow.
Act 3.5, Line 36
After there honeymoon night Romeo must leave and states that even as it grows light there woes about being together are still dark
Act 3.5, Lines 54-57
As Romeo descends from Juliet's room she mourns him leaving but also foreshadows his death with saying he is so far away he looks as though he is in a tomb.