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Allusion romeo & juliet: Venus

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Tyren Finnen

on 8 April 2014

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Transcript of Allusion romeo & juliet: Venus

IV.I.VIII Analysis
Paris' quote means that true love doesn't happen when people are sad, and that he hopes the marriage will cheer Juliet up so she can love him.
Allusion romeo & juliet: Venus
II.I.II Context
Romeo has ran off from Mercutio and Benvolio. The quote is from Mercutio dialogue where he is calling for Romeo but at the same time making fun of him and his broken heart.
Paris is speaking to Friar Lawrence about his and Juliet's marriage. In the quote he's references Venus when talking about Juliets mourning over Tybalt.
Roman goddess of love. Represents everything to do with love and romance.
II.I.II Analysis
What Mercutio means when he alludes to Venus is for romeo to say something about his broken heart so they can find him in the night.
Allusion Location
II.I.II: "Speak to my gossip Venus 1 fair word"

IV.I.VIII: "For Venus smiles not in a house of tears"
IV.I.VIII Context
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