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FC: Romeo and Juliet Novel Study By Taylor

1: What things are introduced dring the prologue?

2: The things that were introduced in the prologue were that there was two households, the Montagues and the Capulets. They did not know why they were fighting, but they were fighting just because ther parents fought. We also learn that Romeo and Juliet will meet, fall in love, get married and then commit suicide. Shakespeare tells us all this because it is important and he wants us to know the background of the play.

3: Were is the setting the setting does not only tell were the story takes place but the time and the day.

4: My first impression of Romeo is a cry baby who cries all the time. But also he seems nice, caring and loving. If he wants something he goes full out. He is love sick that is why he is acting this way. We will think that this is very intense and he goes from one pretty girl to the next.

5: The end of act 1 scene 1.

6: What is wrong with “biting your thumb at people”? Biting your thumb is bad back then, because it is just like giving someone the bird.

7: The difference between Tybalt and Benvolio? Benvolio is a tattler and he just wants peace he wants everyone to get along. Tybalt is the exact opposite he wants to fight he does not want peace. He hates the word peace.

8: What does "take the wall" mean? To take the wall means to walk along the wall instead of going on the V shaped road. The V shaped road I were people dump their waste out the window and there is a chance that you would get human waste on you.

9: What does the fight between the servents tell us about the fued in rome on and Juliet? That the people are practially brain washed to ahte the other family (even the servents of capulets hate the Montagues andthey"re not even related.

10: The setting is in fair (beautiful) Verona, Mantua. It is a self-governed place, which means there is no King, but a Prince lives right in the city, and rules the city. For the social aspect, we know that the families are rich and very alike.

11: Three words or phrases that seem confusing are: "what here shall miss, are toil shall strive to mend. " This means the people in the play are going to show us what happened. "The fearful passage of their death-marked love" which means their story of their doomed love, and their parents' hate, only sovled by death of their children, is the topic of todays show. Which, but their childeren 's end,naught could remove. Which means their story of their doomed love, mad their parents' hate only solved by death of their children, is the topic of todays show.

12: The punishment for fighting on the street is he will kill people. Because he needs to kill people is that he needs a major punishment so the people will actually listen to him. Everything else that he has said had not worked.

13: Why does it bother the prince so much that there is civil unrest in Verona. It bothers him so much because he wants peace he wants everyone to get along. I think he thinks that he is doing a bad job being prince if everyone is fighting.

16: Act 1 scene 2

17: 1.Who was Paris? Paris is they guy that is supossed to be maring Juliet. 2. In this scene what impression do we get of lord Capulet? How does he fell about Juliet and marriage. 3. He is very protective and he wantes Juliet to wait until she is like 15 or 16 to get married.

18: 4. How did Peter the Capulet servant provid comic relief in this scene? He can not read and he is kind of funny. 5. Why does Romeo decied to crash the party. Does Shakspeare provide any forshadowing? Because Rosloine is invited and not him. Yes at the start he says to people will dye etc.

19: Act 1 scene 3

20: 1. How does Juliet feel about marriage? She thinks that she it too young and does NOT want to marry Paris. 2. The nurse She is very sick minded and she likes to make a joke out of everything. She is about 30 or so.

21: Act 1 scene 4

22: What are the boys about to do in this scene? They are on their way to the Capulets party and they are going to crash the party. They have maskes on because it is a mask party/ball. Why does Romeo feel jumpy? Romeo fells jumpy because he thinks something bad dream and because of this dream he has a bad feeling that something is going to happen and he says that tonight is going to lead to his death.

23: Explain the type Mercutio is? He is a party boy and he is related to the prince. He does not believe in dreams he just goes with the flow. He tries to cheer Romeo up and it kind of works but not really.

24: Act 1 Scene 5

25: 1.Why did Shakespeare include the scene with the servants? The actors have time to change. To introduce the party and some comic relief. What is ironic about Romeo’s entrance to the party? He goes for the first girl he sees he was thinking of Rosaline the hole time then once he sees Juliet she is out.

26: What happens when Tybalt hears Romeo’s voice? He asks his servant to get his sword when he did this Capulet say he did not do anything wrong so he can stay.

27: How does Romeo convince Juliet to kiss him so quickly? He plays some mind games with her, he has some cheesy phrases. He flatters her alot he kisses her twice without her permission. What foreshadowing do we get at the end of Act 1 Scene 5? Tybalt said he is going to get Romeo back. Juliet says that she is going to marry Romeo if she can not marry Romeo then she will die alone.

28: Act 2 Scene 1

29: Where do Mercutio and Bonvolio belive Romeo is hiding? They think that Romeo is out with Rosalin and doing Dirty things. Where is he actually? He is spying on Juiet. What things does Romeo compare Juliet to? To a sun and some stars in the night sky.

30: Why does Shakespeare make Mercutio and Bonvolio talk about 'physical love' in the scene right before the balcony scene, were Romeo and Juliet talk about emotional love? It shows how much Romeo is willing to go for Juliet and Mercutio thinks love is just about the 'physical love' and Romeo is all about just love. A famous line from thid scence is "that which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet." What does this mean? Even thought Romeo is a Montigue she will still love him the same way.

31: What does Romeo swear his love by? Why does Juliet not like this? He swears his love by the moon and Juliet does not like this because the moon is always changing. Who proposes? what is the plan? Romeo des but only because Juliet tricked him into it. They are going to get married at 9 o'clock the next morning.

32: Act 2 scene 3 What does Romeo go do immediatley after leaving Juliet? He talks to Friar Lawrance and convinses him to marry Romeo and juliet. What Does Friar Lawrence think about Romeo's sudden changes in love interentsts? He thinks that Romeo is taking it too fast Romeo still has a tear that has nnot dried yet/ What does Friar Lawrence think of romeo's suggestion? Why does he agree to help? He thinks he is takingit way way to fast. He thinks that it will bring the two houses together.

33: Act 2, scene 4 What has happened as a resault of the party crashing? Tybalt sent a letter to the Montague house saying he wants to fight Romeo because Romeo went to the party uninvited. What does Mercutio call Tybalt and why? Mercutio calls Tybalt more than the Prince Of Cats because Tybalt is really good with a sword.

34: Why is Mercutio so crude when describing Roemo's night? He has a crush on Romeo and Mercutio is jealous of Rosaline. He also does not like women, or believe in love, so to him, love with a woman is nothing special or beautiful. How deos Mercutio treat the nurse? Mercutio treats the Nurse quite bad because Mercutio thinks that the nurse is hitting on Romeo. She is also a woman so he already doesn't like her. What is interesting about the way the Nurse and Peter speak to one another? The Nurse and Peter do not speak in iambic pentameter because they are servants and they are not well educated and Romeo is educated so he speaks in iambic pentameter.

35: What deos the nurse and Romeo decide to do regarding the marriage? They will meet in 1 hour behind the abby and get married. The nurse was going to bring Juliet to the church. Someone will hook a rope ladder on her window and Romeo can see Juliet. What is the general mood of the scene? It is sort of happy and sad at the same time because Romeo and Juliet are getting married and also Tybalt wants to fight Romeo.

36: Act 2 scene 5

37: What happens in this scene? The nurse was talking to Romeo about the wedding and and Romeo said that he would marry Juliet. Then the nurse went back to Juliet and was makeing Juleit think that Romeo said no but he actually said yes. Why does the nurse torture Juleit the way she does? The nurse does this to Juliet because she wants to get it in juliet's head that Romeo said no but at the end she tells her that Romeo says yes. Also she says that her head hurts and she does not want to tell Juliet right now.

38: Act 2 Scene 6

39: What happens in this scene? Romeo and Juliet get married and Friar Lawrance makes a speech that is about Romeo taking his time with Juliet and not ditch her like he did to Rosiline . What was Friar Lawrence's speech about? Well I would not like it at my wedding that for sure. It was also about Romeo taking his time with Juleit and not spending like a week with Juliet and then leaving her just because he saw a prety girl somewhere.

40: Act 3 Scene 1

41: What happens between Mercutio and Tybalt? 1. They get into a fight because Tybalt wants to fight Romeo but Romeo won't fight. At the end TYbalt kills Mercutio. 2. What does Romeo do in retaliation? Romeo killed Tybalt because Tybalt killed Mercutio. 3. How have Romeo's own choices led to his down fall? He killed Tybalt and as a result lots of problems happen along the way. 4. What creates a tragic hero? He is very impolsove. He married Juliet without thinking about it. He fell for Rosiline without thinking about it. 5.What is Romeo's fatal Flaw? His impolsiveness. Which means that he does something over and over. \

42: 6. What happens after the fight between Romeo and Tybalt? Tybalt is dead and Mercutio is dead and the hole thing is going to be blamed Romeo. So the Prince is going to be mad and mabey going to kill Romeo. Tybalt killed Mercutio and Romeo killed Mercutio. 7. How is this the turning point in the story? This is the turning gpoint because they have to send a letter to Romeo saying that Juliet was faking her death but the letter did not make it to Romeo so then when Romeo came back he saw Juliet and she was faking but it looked real causing Romeo to kill himself.

43: The End

44: Act 3, Scene 2

45: 1. What is the confusion in this scene? The nurse says that Tybalt is dead so Juliet thinks that her husband Romeo is dead but actually he is just band from Verona. 2. LIst four examples of anitithesis that Shakespeare uses in this scene. Why does he use anitithesis here? 1.Dove-feathered raven 2.wolvish-ravening lamb 3.an honorable villain! 4.A damnd saint 3. What does Juliet feel about what Romeo has done? She is not really mad at him she is kind of on his side but she is a little mad but not really. 4. How does Juliet react when the Nurse scolds Romeo? What did this say about Juliet's viewon her marriage? She yells at the Nurse but Juliet was just talking bad about Romeo like 2 minutes ago but she thinks it is okay to talk bad about Romeo because they are married.

46: Act 3, Scene 2 5. What does the Nurse decide to do? She decides to go and find Romeo because she is sick and tierd of Juliets crying and pouting. Act 3, Scene 3 1. What is the relationship between Romeo and the Friar? It is like a father son relationship becaus e the Friar gives Romeo good advice and is thier for Romeo. 2. How does Romeo show that is still foolhardy and willing to put emotion before logic? Romeo does not think thing through and he thinks that being banished is worse then dieing and he wants to kill himself.

47: How does this scene end? The Nurse leaves. The friar will send a messanger to keep him in touch with Verona and when everything blows over he will come back and Romeo and Juliet will live together.

48: Act 3 scene 4 What has been decided regarding Juliet's fate in scene? It was not her desion to marry Paris. Paris came by the house he herd about Tybalt and wanted to know if the wedding was still on and it is on Thursday. Caooulet tells Juliet that the wedding is on Thursday when Juliet hers this news she freaks. She has only met Paris once at a dance. She is practicly forced into the marrige. What is Capulet's only concern about this? What does this tell us about the realationship between Capulet and Juliet? His only concern is that Juliet marries somebody rich like Pairs and another concern is that the wedding day is to close to Tybalts death. The relationship between Capulet and Juliet not very strong. Capulet is way to controling. Capulet says that Juliet has to marry Pairs or she has to leave the house. Capulet does not care if Juliet dies in the gutter.

49: Act 3 Scene 5 What is the signifigance about "larks" and "nightingales" in this scene? The larks sing in the morning and the nightingales sing in the night. When Romeo has his last visit with Juliet there was larks singing which means that morning is comming. Romeo thinks it is a lark but Juliet says that it is a nightingale so Romeo stays longer. What super foreshadowing does Shakespeare give us in this scene? When Romeo is leaving and Juliet is saysing that this is the last time that theyare going to see eachother

50: How does Juliet react to her mother's announcement? She does not want to marry Pairs so she starts talking really sneaky she talks in double meaning. How does Capulet react to Juliets acceptance? What is the ulitmatum he gives Juliet? Capulet practically blew up at juliet he got really mad. He said if Juilet did not marry Paris she would have to leave the house. Quote one of the lines you feel PROVES that Capulet is not the best father. To go with Paris to Saint Peter's Church, Or I will drag thee on a hurdle thither. Out, you green sickness, carrion! Out, you baggage! You tallow face!

51: What does Juliet tell the Nurse? Is this the truth or a lie? What do you belive she will do? The Nurse tells Juliet to just marry Paris. Juliet lies to the Nurse and Juliet says that she agrees with the Nurse so she goes to confession well that is what the nurse thinks but she geos to Friar Lawrance.

52: Act 4 Scene 1 Why was Pairs at the church? What did he tell the Friar? Paris was at the church to tell the Friar that himself and Juliet were going to get married on Thursday. THe Friar nnows about Juliets marrige with Romeo so he is trying to get Paris calmed down. The Friar also thinks that the wedding is to close to Tybalts death. How does Juliet use double entendres in this scene? That may be, sir, when I may be a wife. How does Juliet mirror the actions of Romeo who was in the very same place the day before? She held a knife to her chest and told the Friar if he did not help her she would kill herself.

53: What are some things that Juiet would do rather than marry Paris? O, bid me leap, rather than marry Paris, From off the battlements of yonder tower; Or walk in thievish ways; or bid me lurk Where serpents are; chain me with roaring bears; Or shut me nightly in a charnel house, O'ercovered quite with dead men's rattling bones, With reeky shanks and yellow chapless skulls; Or bid me go into a new-made grave And hide me with a dead man in his shroud— Things that, to hear them told, have made me tremble— And I will do it without fear or doubt, To live an unstained wife to my sweet love.

54: Outline Friar Lawrence's planin detail step-by-step He wants Juliet to go home and tell her parents she is fine and happy and her day was awsome then he wants her to be alone in her room and then drink the posion that he gave her, he will send a letter to Romeo to tell him what is going on, they will put Juliet in the ancient vault, then when Romeo comes back the Friar and Romeo will wait in the vault till she wakes up.

56: Act 4 Scene 2 Why is the servantman blathering on about cooks who lick there fingers? When cooks lick there fingers that means that their food is good because the are willing to try their on food. What was the unexpected result of Juliet telling her father she'll marry Paris? The unexpected result of Juliet telling her father that she will marry Paris is that her father says is really happy for her and he says that the wedding is going to be tomorrow.

57: Act 4 Scene 3 Juliet is unsure of taking the poison for a couple of resons disribe them. Well the first resons is that the Friar wants to get out of marrying her and Paris because he already married Romeo and Juliet and if he were to marry Paris and Juliet it is agianst the law! she thinks that she will wake up and smell awful odors. I'll hear screams that would drive people crazy. The third reson is that she will wake up by Tyblats roten body and the hyperventilate. What things does imaone that finally convinces her to drink the potion? Romeo is going to come and save here

58: Act 4 scence 4 What happens in this scene? Juliet fakes her death and the Nurse and Lady Capulet are making the pies and pasta. They find Juliet in her bed dead! Act 4 scene 5 How is death personified in this scene? Paris missed his chance to marry Juliet because death caught her first. Are Juliet's parents unconcerned by her death, or angry that they don't get to marry her to Paris? I don't think that Juliet's parents don't care that much but the Nurse does care about Juliet.

59: What does the Friar tell the family to stop them from shouting out in grief? He tells the family that she is better in heaven and it is better for Juliet. Nothing that Juliets do to help would do anything she would still have died. What is the reason for having the argument between Peter and the musicians? The reason for having the argument is so that they can get Juliet in the death shroud and Lord and Lady Capulet ready. Basically it gives the other people some time to get ready, and to move Juliet's body to the vault.

60: Act 5 Scene 3 Summarize the ending of the play! Paris's page went and got the police and the police went to the scene. The Prince told Lord Montigue and Lord Capulet that their shall be peace between the two house holds no more fighting. Romeo and Juliet is wrote by Willam Shakspeare. The play is a Romantic play. Two good things about the play is that it was really never boring and it was a really good story line. Two bad things are that it is all about the love and Rmeo is so winey.

61: Rate the story on a five star rate backup your reasoning. I think that i would rate it a 3 because I think it is just all about the love not about the people really but other than that was a really good story. If you are all about love then you should read the book.

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