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1 Prologue: 1. What form of poetry is the prologue? Romeo and Juliet 1/13 2. What is the definition of a sonnet? _ 3. What is the definition of iambic pentameter? 4. What is the purpose of the prologue? 5. What atmosphere does the prologue suggest will be most strongly stressed in the play? How do you know? Cite specific examples. 6. Why are Romeo and Juliet the character archetypes for star-crossed lovers? Act I, scene 1: 1. The heads of the two households/families are Lord and Lord. 2. The play takes place in, in the century (1300s). 3. Identify the following characters: a. : Lady Capulet s nephew b. : friend and cousin of Romeo c. : Montague son d. : Prince of Verona e. : Capulet servants f. : Montague servants g. : loved by Romeo but doesn t love Romeo h. : relative of the Prince and friend of Romeo 4. The Prince declares a sentence against the enemies of peace if they quarrel again. 5. Romeo s mood in scene 1 is _ because. 6. Romeo constantly shuts himself up in his room to make an (line 135) artificial. What motif is being illustrated here? 7. In lines , Romeo presents several oxymorons to show that love, which should cause joy, often produces its opposite. List them.,,,,.

2 8. In lines , Romeo compares love to,,,,,. Romeo and Juliet 2/13 9. According to Benvolio, Romeo might alter that mood by. 10. Romeo reacts to Benvolio s suggestion with disbelief because he believes that. Act I, scene 2 1. Paris request s hand in marriage, but Lord Capulet says that she is too. He says he will agree if Juliet. What motif is being illustrated here? 2. An illiterate asks to read a guest list in which s name appears which encourages Romeo to go to the party to prove to that _. Act I, scene 3 1. Lady Capulet discusses the prospect of to with Juliet; however, their conversation is interrupted with the s remembrance of Juliet s. What kind of character is the nurse? _. 2. The nurse describes Paris as a (line 76) man of which means he is. 3. Juliet is not interested in marrying Paris but agrees to. 4. Juliet says she will love Paris no more than her mothers consent gives strength to make it fly. What kind of daughter is she? Act I, scene 4 1. Mercutio s Queen Mab speech reveals him to be what kind of character?. What other character does he remind you of? In your own words, summarize this speech: 2. Romeo doesn t want to attend the Capulet party because he is and has had an ominous which foreshadows his. 3. Mercutio is used as a foil (character or scene set up to contrast another) to Romeo. Cite specific examples of how Mercutio is a foil to Romeo. 4. What does Queen Mab symbolize in the play?

3 Romeo and Juliet 3/13 5. What motif is illustrated in Romeo s last speech? What does it symbolize? Act I, scene 5 1. This scene opens at the and the general atmosphere is. 2. overhears Romeo talking and recognizes his voice; he thinks Romeo has come to and wants Lord to throw him out. However, Lord says he has heard that Romeo is a and youth and for to disregard his presence. 3. When Lord Capulet tells Tybalt, This trick may chance to scathe you, Shakespeare is foreshadowing that Tybalt s habit of may cause his one day, which lets the reader know that Tybalt will probably encounter a which will cause his. 4. As the scene ends, the atmosphere changes to a feeling of dread because and, members of enemy families, have fallen in love. 5. In line 50, Romeo asks, Did my heart love till now? How would you answer his question? Explain. 6. Romeo and Juliet kiss and part. Then each discovers that the other is a member of the house. Both are saddened by their bad luck, but neither disclaim their for one another.

4 Act II, chorus: The chorus neatly sums up the dilemma of the young lovers: Romeo, cured of his longing for Romeo and Juliet 4/13, is now in love with someone who is likewise unattainable. Yet the couple's ensures that they will find a way to meet. Act II, scene 1: 1. Romeo hides from and because he wants to be near. 2. and do not realize that Romeo has found a new love because they are still teasing him about. 3. "Blind is his love and best befits the dark," or the popular saying "Love is blind," implies that when people fall in love they are unable to see any in the person they love. What motif does Mercutio illustrate with his lines? Act II, scene 2: 1. "He jests at scars that never felt a wound" implies that Mercutio has never felt the pain of and the wound Romeo refers to is of 's arrow. 2. Two metaphors Romeo uses to describe Juliet are " " and " ". 3. In lines 38-47, Juliet ponders the importance of a name. Does it really matter what name we call something? What is Juliet referring to in this passage? 4. How are the following lines an example of dramatic irony? "My life were better ended by their hate, than death prorogued, wanting of thy love." (lines 77-78) How do those same lines foreshadow what will happen later? 5. Romeo and Juliet plan to meet at. 6. On page 664, line 183, Juliet says, "Yet I should kill thee with much cherishing." Juliet is referring to Romeo as a little bird. How is this an example of foreshadowing? 7. In line 184, Juliet uses the oxymoron " " to express her pleasure in extending her goodbye.

5 Romeo and Juliet 5/13 8. Romeo's attitude towards life has changed since Act I. He is no longer ; he is now. 9. Romeo departs Juliet's orchard and goes to see. Act II, scene 3: 1. A soliloquy is a long made by an alone on the stage. 2. Friar Laurence's soliloquy reveals his character. We learn that he is skilled in. He also compares the to and how both can be as well as. 3. From Romeo and Friar Laurence's discussion of Romeo's love life, how do the two men differ? _ 4. Romeo asks Friar Laurence to him and. Friar Laurence is hesitant because he thinks Romeo must not know what really is. 5. What motif does Friar Laurence illustrate when he says, Young men s love the lies not truly in their hearts, but in their eyes? What do the adults seem to believe about the young people? 6. When Friar Laurence says, "Women may fall when there's no strength in men," means that he believes that should set an example for. 7. Friar Laurence agrees to marry Romeo and Juliet because he wants them to be, but he also has another motive. He wants to help stop the between the two. This motive shows that the Friar truly about the well-being of the two families. Dramatic irony occurs with this motive because the audience knows that the families' feud doesn't end with their children's, but with their. Act II, scene 4: 1. Mercutio is looking for Romeo because has challenged him to a and Mercutio feels that Romeo is in no shape to ; he thinks Romeo is still too over. Mercutio refers to Tybalt as the "Prince of Cats" which means he is a great. 2. Paraphrase Romeo's description of Mercutio in lines How are the nurse and Mercutio alike? How are they different?

6 Romeo and Juliet 6/13 4. Romeo and the nurse devise a plan for carrying out the wedding. The nurse is to wait behind the wall for someone to bring her a which will be used for. She is to also go home and tell Juliet to find a way to go to today, which will really be her. 5. The and the have become Romeo and Juliet's accomplices in their marriage arrangements. Act II, scene 5: 1. Juliet desperately tries to wring the wedding news from the nurse who continues to delay because she is and out of. Act II, scene 6: 1. As this scene opens, Friar Laurence prays that he is doing the thing. 2. Lines 3-8 are an example of foreshadowing. Explain. 3. Explain how lines 9-15 are an example of foreshadowing. 4. In general, what is the attitude of Friar Laurence toward the lovers insistence that he marry them without delay?

7 Romeo and Juliet 7/13 Act III, scene 1: 1. The weather is making people irritable and testy. 2. renews the quarreling and feuding between the and with his challenge of to a. 3. Mercutio appears to want to fight because he dares to throw a punch. 4. attempts to serve as a peacemaker. refuses 's first challenge because he is now to him through. This is an example of irony because we know about Romeo and Juliet's and the other characters do not. 5. Irony occurs in this scene when Mercutio says he has a but is really wounded. 6. Mercutio repeatedly the houses of and, when he says (line 104), "." 7. What does Romeo mean in line 112 when he says that Juliet's "beauty hath made me effeminate? 8. This is the turning point of the play. Romeo's words in line 127 leave little doubt that he will with, which will set in motion a whole chain of events, turning the play toward its tragic ending. 9. Romeo assumes personal responsibility for avenging Mercutio's death because he defending s honor. 10. Romeo and Tybalt duel and is killed. The Prince arrives and chooses to explain what has happened. In most details his explanation is accurate, but he does not explain that it was who first baited and that Romeo fled only at urging. Lady distrusts because he is a and Romeo's good friend. 11. The Prince Romeo; if he does not leave, he will be. The Prince refuses mercy because the feud has now killed one of his own, Mercutio. Do you feel the punishment is fair or unfair? Why?

8 Act III, scene 2: 1. Juliet's opening speech is an example of a. Romeo and Juliet 8/13 2. What is Juliet alluding to in her speech? 3. What does Juliet want to come quickly? What motif is this illustrating? 4. Juliet's joy suddenly turns to despair because she sees the nurse approaching, wringing her and saying " ". 5. Because of the nurse's rambling, Juliet believes is dead. 6. In lines Juliet uses several oxymorons, such as,, _, _,, _, to express her momentary feeling that Romeo has her. 7. The rope ladder is used as an ironic symbol that the plot has turned from romance to tragedy because Romeo was to use it to and now Juliet considers using it to. 8. At the close of the scene, Juliet has decided to remain true to her husband and sends him a as a token of her. Act III, scene 3: 1. In lines 2-3 Friar Laurence uses personification with the words and, saying that they love Romeo and have married him. This signals the turning of the plot from to. 2. Both Romeo and Juliet respond to the news of banishment as a sentence worse than. 3. Friar Laurence has a plan to safeguard Romeo until he can make the news of their. His plan is for Romeo to go to and comfort her, but he must leave before the. He is to then go to and wait there until Friar Laurence sends him word through that it is safe for him to return. Act III, scene 4: 1. Lady Capulet thinks that Juliet has shut herself in her room because she is overcome with over ; she thinks Juliet is exhausted from. 2. Lord Capulet's decision to have Juliet marry on because of the death of sets off the falling action of the play. The decision sets the characters more firmly on a tragic course. There will not be time for to carry out his plans.

9 Act III, scene 5: Romeo and Juliet 9/13 1. The references to light and darkness are used here ironically to suggest the tragedy to come. The image of the rising, usually a sign of, is contrasted with the reality that the will separate the lovers. At this moment the lovers have little, and the dark despair dominates their future. 2. Explain how lines are irony as well as foreshadowing: 3. What does Juliet personify in lines 60-64? 4. Explain why Juliet is agreeing with her mother and adding insults about Romeo: 5. At the news of marrying Paris, Juliet is defiant and directly refuses to marry Paris; in fact, she swears that she will marry, whom she, first. 6. Lord Capulet responds to Juliet's disobedience with anger; he harshly insults her and even wants to her. He swears to her if she refuses. 7. This scene also contributes to the falling action of the play. Juliet feels completely abandoned at this point. She pleads with her mother not to her and to delay the or she will. Her mother betrays her here and says. 8. Worst of all the even betrays Juliet when she ridicules in comparison with and tells Juliet that she thinks she should end her marriage to and marry. Juliet now trusts no one and leads the nurse to believe her behavior was disobedient and that she will marry. She asks the nurse to tell her parents she has gone to to ask. 9. Juliet is really going to see the Friar for ; if he cannot help her, then she will have to resort to. 10. The betrayal of Juliet's family, especially the adds to the tragedy that follows because Juliet no longer has support within her own home. 11. How has Romeo changed? How has Juliet changed? What kind of characters are they static or dynamic?

10 Act IV, scene 1: Romeo and Juliet 10/13 1. As act IV opens, is visiting Friar Laurence to make arrangements. While he and Friar Laurence are talking, arrives and is very short and abrupt with. Line 29, "Poor soul, thy face is much abused with tears," reveals that he is greatly concerned with. 2. Lines are part of the falling action of the play. Juliet's sense of desperation about the planned is causing her to consider any plan, no matter how risky, to avoid to Paris. She is even holding a in her hand and is willing to end her own if necessary. 3. Friar Laurence is only able to calm Juliet with the notion of a to their problem, but is worried whether or not she is enough to carry it through. Juliet claims to be brave enough to to avoid marrying and she vows that can do the plan. 4. Friar Laurence's plan is for Juliet to go to alone and drink the which will make her appear for hours. Friar Laurence and will be waiting in the Capulet when she wakes up and the two lovers will run away to together. 5. Juliet take the and uses personification when she asks to give her strength. 6. In line 123, Friar Laurence makes a fatal mistake in his plan. What is that mistake? _ Act IV, scene 2: 1. As this scene opens, the Capulet family is preparing for the feast. 2. How does this comic and domestic scene contrast with the previous one? 3. This scene is an example of dramatic irony because we (the audience) know that the food, flowers, music, etc. will all be used for the service. Also because the very clothes the nurse is picking out for Juliet to be in will be her clothes. 4. A major change in the wedding plans has been made. Lord Capulet has moved the wedding up to. 5. How is Lord Capulet's joyful attitude towards Friar Laurence's "good" he has done for Juliet an example of irony?_

11 Act IV, scene 3: Romeo and Juliet 11/13 1. Juliet dismisses both her and the from her chamber so that she can. 2. As Juliet holds the vial in her hands, she faces many fears. She is afraid the potion will not, in which case she plans to ; she fears the friar may her in order to retain his _; she also fears waking in the burial vault too soon and the foul suffocating her; worst of all she fears going amid the horrors she will encounter there. 3. The Elizabethans were very superstitious and believed that ghosts often returned to earth on specific missions. Why might Juliet fear a visit from Tybalt's ghost? Act IV, scene 4: 1. What day is it when scene 4 opens?. What is taking place? 2. Why do we feel suspense at the close of scene 4? Act IV, scene 5: 1. In what line does the nurse realize Juliet is dead? 2. How is this scene an example of dramatic irony? 3. In lines 39-40, Lord Capulet personifies death as a suitor, who has seized Juliet away from, becoming her and Capulet's _. 4. Friar Laurence offers consolation that Juliet is now in. He rebukes the adults for and lack of. 5. What does Friar Laurence insinuate caused Juliet s death in lines 94-95? _ 6. Shakespeare probably uses the scene with the musicians as.

12 Act V, scene 1: 1. Act V opens on _ with Romeo in. Romeo and Juliet 12/13 2. Lines 1-9 are an example of irony and foreshadowing. Explain. 3. Romeo asks if he has brought him news from but has brought news to Romeo that is dead. What is significant about Romeo requesting this news? How is Balthasar's news an example of dramatic irony?_ 4. What motif does Romeo illustrate in line 24? Why does he blame the stars for Juiet s death? 5. Line 34 tells us that Romeo has decided to by seeking out a poor _ to purchase. 6. Romeo's poison will "dispatch you straight" which means. Act V, scene 2: 1. Friar Laurence's plan has gone amuck because Friar was unable to deliver Friar Laurence's to. 2. Friar Laurence is forced to adjust his plan and now goes to the alone because Juliet will be waking in hours. He plans to keep Juliet hidden at his until he can send word to. How is this new plan an example of dramatic irony? Act V, scene 3: 1. This scene opens early morning with at the Capulet monument to place for Juliet. 2. arrives at the monument and gives Balthasar the following orders: 3. does not follow Romeo's instructions and instead. 4. Interpret the extended metaphor in lines Paris and Romeo have a bitter confrontation because Paris believes Juliet died from which makes Romeo responsible for her. Romeo pleads with Paris to but Paris feels inclined to Juliet's death. The two men fight and is killed.

13 Romeo and Juliet 13/13 His dying request is to be and Romeo honors his request because. 6. How is death personified in lines ? 7. The climax of the scene begins with 's suicide-- the tragic deaths of the " " (you will find the answer in the prologue to the play). 8. Romeo drinks to his and dies with a. 9. Approaching the vault, Friar Laurence encounters who informs him that has been here a full. Friar Laurence says, "Fear comes upon me." What does he suspect? 10. Friar Laurence finds both and dead within the tomb. 11. What is Juliet's first question when she awakes? 12. Friar Laurence hears a noise and begs Juliet to leave with him and be disposed of to a 13. Do you think it was right of Friar Laurence to leave her there? What does this show about his character? 14. Juliet finds Romeo and first tries to kill herself by in which she realizes that he. Upon hearing noises outside she. This act by Juliet concludes the full of the play. 15. What figure of speech is used when Juliet says, "This is thy sheath; there rust, and let me die"? The resolution of the play begins. The chief watchman has found dead. How do they know Juliet is newly dead? 16. Who has died of grief? Why? 17. and are arrested. Shakespeare uses them, along with the to reveal the plot and untangle the threads, which concludes the resolution of the play. The clears Friar Laurence of wrongdoing. 18. Prince Escalus feels that everyone, including are responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. The prince says, "All are punished." Explain: 19. The families feuding is finally ended with the erecting of gold in honor of their.

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