He tells him to look at other women. • Why is it necessary for scene 1 to take place in a public square? So you can see the impact that the family feud is having on the town. • To the people of Shakespeare’s time, disorder in a community threatened the authority of the ruler and the stability of the state. Find examples of this belief in Escalus’ speech?
Friar Lawrence: Unnoticed Importance In the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, many secondary characters play an essential role in the play. Friar Lawrence is one of the most important secondary characters in the play. He marries Romeo and Juliet, helps Romeo and Juliet grow in their love for one another, and eventually helps end the feud between the Capulets and the Montagues. He helps the characters in the play grow in a way they would not have on their own. Friar Lawrence affects the action of Romeo and Juliet by marrying Romeo and Juliet, helping Romeo escape Verona safely, and helping them reunite by giving Juliet a sleeping potion to fake her death.
5. Romeo and Juliet are ______________. From feuding families. 6. What ultimately ends the feud between the Capulets and Montagues?
The use of “...we are, for as long as we are.” (Line 16 and 17) Shows that Duffy is inviting her readers into the poem to help reflect upon how she feels. The formats of these pieces are all varied. Shakespeare firstly has written a play. However, within his play he writes a few sonnets to show the feelings of love between both Romeo and Juliet. One of the famous sonnets in the play is in act 1 scene 5, where Romeo shows his true feelings for Juliet during their first encounter.
He went to the Capulet party and met Juliet (Shakespeare 29). Romeo though he loved her. If Romeo and Rosaline never broke up, he could still be alive. Another person that could be to blame is Juliet. Juliet’s parents, the Capulets, wanted her to marry Paris.
(7 points) Score 2. In what way is the Nurse different after the announcement of the marriage arranged between Juliet and Paris? How does the change in the Nurse affect Juliet? How does the change in the Nurse affect the way readers view her? Answer: Before knowing about the marriage, the Nurse was very supportive.
I have chosen to write this paper on Romeo. Romeo is a young noble boy who is the son of Montague who is the head of the Montague family. Romeo fell in love with a young lady by the name of Juliet. Juliet is a Capulet, which are sworn enemies to the Montague family. They decided to get married after their “love fest” in the garden, and this is where their adventure began.
Providence uses the servant to reveal to Romeo that Rosaline, his love, will attend Capulet’s party. God manipulates the servant to ask Romeo to read the invitation names in order to ensure Romeo will attend the party. God manipulates Romeo to attend the Capulet’s because his destined lover, Juliet, will be present in the party. During the party, Tybalt sees Romeo and demands that Romeo, a Montague, must not be allowed in the party. God manipulates Capulet demands Tybalt to obey his will and leave Romeo alone.
Some of them were hard to point out but some were easy. Here are some of the dramatic ironies that happened in Romeo and Juliet. In the prologue of the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet on pg 787 it begins ‘’two households, both alike in dignity…’’ that was an example of dramatic irony because at first you say that both the families are close and they get along well with each other. But as you read you find out that actually the two families are rivals. Another example of dramatic irony in the play is in scene 2 of act iv Juliet agrees to marry Paris but she had a plan.
Firstly, Romeo goes to the Capulet’s party, which is a choice he makes. Romeo finds out about a party when the Capulet servant does not know how to read the invite list. When he sees Romeo he asks him to read the names and Romeo sees his object of affection Rosaline. Romeo tells Benvolio and they go to the party: “Ill go along no such sight to be shown” (I.II.100). Romeo knows better then going to the party