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Romeo and Juliet Tension
Transcript of Romeo and Juliet Tension
'Alas that love, whose
view is muffled'
-Benvolio line 163 A street fight between the Montague
and the Capulet factions.
'My sword, I say!'
-Capulet line 68-69 Romeo and Juliet meet and learn
they belong to the opposing families
Montague and Capulet. Despite the
conflicting loyalties to their families they
swear their love for each other and decide
'My lips, two blushing pilgrims, ready to stand
to smooth that rough touch with a tender kiss.'
-Romeo line 95 Act 2 Scene 2
Plans are made for the
'Nurse come and me to thy
lady and mistress. I protest
-Romeo Act 2 Scene 4 Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet are
married by Friar Lawrence.
The Nurse helps Romeo with plans to
provide ropes to enable Romeo to climb into
Juliet's bedchamber as her husband later
'So smile the heavens upon this holy act, that
after hours with sorrow chide us not'
-Friar Lawrence Act 2 Scene 6 Benvolio and Merutio (Montague faction) meet
Tybalt (Capulet faction).
"Romeo, the hate I bear thee can afford
No better term than this,--thou art a villain."
- Tybalt Act 3 Scene 1
Mercutio is killed by Tybalt.
This shows the hate between the rivals because
of their feud. Romeo revenges the death of Mercutio and kills Tybalt.
"Romeo, away, be gone!
The citizens are up, and Tybalt slain.
Stand not amazed: the prince will doom thee death,
If thou art taken: hence, be gone, away!"
- Benvolio Act 3 Scene 1 Prince of Verona banishes Romeo from
Verona. Unaware of the wedding Capulet
arranged for Juliet to marry Paris, Thursday.
"And for that offence
Immediately we do exile him hence"
-Prince Act 3 Scene 1 Having spent the night together
the lovers, Romeo and Juliet part.
"And trust me, love, in my eye so do you:
Dry sorrow drinks our blood. Adieu, adieu!"
- Romeo Act 3 Scene 5 Juliet refuses her father's wishes
to marry Paris and decides she will
commit suicide rather than betray
'Be not so long to speak, I long to die'
-Juliet Act 4 Scene 2
Friar Lawrence advises Juliet
to pretend to take poison and fake her death
allowing her to escape to Romeo.
Knowing she will escape, Juliet consents to
marry Paris. Her delighted father brings
the wedding forward to Wednesday.
'A thing like death to chide away the shame,
that cop'st with Death...I'll give thee remedy'
-Friar Lawrence Act 4 Scene 1 Juliet takes the fake
'Romeo, Romeo, Romeo!-I drink to thee"
- Juliet Act 4 Scene 3 The Nurse discovers the 'dead' Juliet. The Capulet family
learn that their daughter Juliet is dead. The wedding
preparations are changed to the funeral.
"Alas, alas! Help,Help! My lady's dead!"
-Nurse Act 4 scene 5 Romeo learns of Juliet's death- devastated he plans to return to Verona to see the dead body of Juliet- he plans
to commit suicide.
"Juliet I will lie with thee tonight"
- Romeo Act 5 Scene 1
Romeo looks at Juliet in her
coffin. Paris sees him, they fight
and Paris is killed. Romeo then
takes the poison- just as Juliet wakes.
Romeo dies then Juliet stabs herself to
"Here's to my love! With a kiss I die"
-Juliet Act 5 Scene 3 ACT 1 ACT 2 ACT 3 ACT 4 ACT 5 The Capulets make ready for their masked ball (masque). The Montague faction gatecrashes the party- Romeo is disguised by a mask.
Romeo sees beautiful Juliet- it is love at first sight.
'With this night's revels, and expire the term, of a despised life closed in my breast'
- Romeo line 109-110 The tragic love story ends as
the Montague and Capulet
families end their feud.
"This is mt Daughter's jointure, for no more i can demand."
- Capulet Act 5 Scene 3 ROMEO and JULIET
TENSION GRAPH BRIANNA, JESSICA, AGLAE