BC: The End
1: Table of Contents | Page 1 - Favorite Scene Page 2 - How I would direct it Page 3 - Ten quotations Page 4 - (continued) Page 5 - Romeo's page Page 6 - (continued) Page 7 - Juliet's page Page 8 - (continued) Page 9 - Rewritten ending
2: 1 | Act I - Scene V | During this part of the play, Romeo gets the chance to see Juliet for the first time. He was visiting the Capulets when Juliet arrives. Romeo then takes it upon himself to speak to her.
3: A way I would have directed it differently would to let Romeo and Juliet not spent as much time together in that scene. The conversation they held was quite long. Altering this, we could have someone rudely interrupt them, cutting Romeo's visit short. | I enjoyed this scene because it explains how when Romeo first saw Juliet, he knew they were going to be in love. He caught her attention, engaged in conversation, and even asked her for a kiss. This is a true "love at first sight." | 2
4: 3 | Act 1 - Scene 1 1. O, teach me how I should forget to think. Act 1 - Scene 3 2. It is an honour that I dream not of. Act 1 - Scene 4 3. I dream'd a dream tonight. Act 2 - Scene 2 4. If my heart's dear love--. | Act 2 - Scene 2 5. A thousand times the worse, to want thy light Act 3 - Scene 1 6. I will not budge for no man's pleasure, I. Act 3 - Scene 1 7. Courage, man; the hurt cannot be much. Act 3 - Scene 5 8. Farewell, farewell! One kiss, and I'll descend.
5: Act 4 - Scene 1 9. Come weep with me; past hope, past cure, past help. Act 5 - Scene 1 10. I pay thy poverty, and not thy will. | 4
7: " So thrive my soul...." | Items he may have saved in his life. His cross- A symbol to show that he has respect for his father. A gun- There was always fighting between him and Capulets. | Act 1 : Scene 2 | 6
8: 7 | Something Juliet would have kept : Juliet kept her virginity before she met Romeo. She felt that she loved him enough to give it to him.
9: 8 | " Can heaven be so envious? " Act 3 : Scene 2
10: 9 | In my opinion, the conclusion of the play could have ended a little differently. Instead of the ending being that Romeo and Juliet die together, they should live their lives together. From reading the play, you could tell that Romeo and Juliet had loved each other since the day they met. I think it was nice that they died together, but if they would have lived on they could spend the rest of their lives happily.