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Romeo and Juliet Sociogram

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Salar Hosseini

on 7 November 2012

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Transcript of Romeo and Juliet Sociogram

Romeo Juliet Mercutio Nurse Montague Lady Montague Lady Capulet Rosaline Benvolio Tybalt Paris Capulet Prince Literary Terms Regular Connections Romeo and Juliet: Act 1 Sociogram Salar Hosseini Inferred connections They care for each other as cousins, and try to support each other. Feels hatred towards him, just as he feels hatred towards all other Montagues. "A villain that is hither come in spite/ ... 'Tis he, that villain Romeo" (1.5.70,73). Husband and wife of the Capulet
family. They love each other and
feel the same way towards all
Montagues-- hatred. "My sword, And flourishes his
blade in spite of me." (1.1.79-80) I say Old Montague is come/ Paris loves Juliet and is ready to ask her to marry him, but Juliet does not feel the same towards him, and does not want to get married yet. "...Can you like of Paris' love?/ I'll look to like, if looking liking move./ But no more deep will i endart mine eye". (1.4.102-104) The two main households
(groups-enemies) of the play.
They hate each other, and there
is a great feud between them. "Two households, both alike in dignity/
... / From ancient grudge break
to new mutiny" (Prologue, 1,3) The Nurse of the Capulet family who is like a second mother to Juliet. She breastfed her and tries to give her advice. However, she talks a lot and is a little wrong-minded. "I would say thou hadst sucked wisdom from thy teat./... Go, girl, seek happy night to happy days." (1.4.73-74, 113) The mother of Juliet, Juliet respects and obey her, but they do not share many laughs. "Madam , I am here. What is your will?" (1.3.7) The father of Juliet. Juliet most-likely loves and obeys him, same for him. Capulet also respects Juliet's decisions, and does not want to tell her what to do with her life. "My will to her consent is but a part" (1.2.17) The father of Romeo. They love and obey each other. "Away from light steals home my heavy son" (1.1.140). The mother of Romeo. They love and care about each other. "O, where is Romeo? Saw you him today? Right glad I am he was not at this fray." (1.1.119) Two cousins who care about each other. Benvolio tries to give advice to Romeo, and help out, but he is a little comical, and fun-loving. "By giving liberty unto thine eyes./ Examine other beauties." (1.1.235-236) The ex-love of Romeo. She did not love Romeo back when he feel for her, and broke his heart. "Out of her favor where I am in love/...Do I live dead, that live to tell it now."(1.1.73, 232). The person who settles all problems in the city/town. All citizens of Verona must respect and obey him, and keep the city peaceful. Rebellions, and public enemies/murderers will not be tolerated. (1.1.83, 99) Parallel-The two main "warriors"/major leaders of the opposite enemy families. They hate each other just as they hate each member of the opposing family, but Tybalt is much more aggressive, while Benvolio tries to keep the peace. However, he still joins the fight. (1.1.6-72). The best friend of Romeo. He tries to support and give advice to Romeo, but does not listen to him as much. "... peace, Mercutio.../Thou talk'st of nothing./True, I talk of dreams" (1.4.101-103) Parallel- They are both the faces of two very large, wealthy, and noble families that resent each other. Parallel- They are both people who try to help out and give advice to Romeo and Juliet. For instance, Benvolio tells Romeo to examine other women (1.1.236), and the nurse advises to seek happy nights and happy days (1.2.113) Parallel- They are both lovers of Juliet- they both want to "hook up" with her and share the rest of there lives with the fair beauty. The protagonists of the story. They are the star-crossed lovers who fall in love at first sight, and get married. However, fate doesn't allow the happiness to last, they share horrible destinies of bad fortune. "From forth the fatal loins of these two foes/ A pair of star-crossed lovers take their life". (Prologue, 5-6). Husband and wife of the Montague family. They love each other and feel the same way towards all Capulets-- hatred. "Thou villain Capulet!-- Hold me not; let me go." (1.1.81)
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