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Romeo and Juliet Act 3

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Carla van der Kooi

on 4 July 2013

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Transcript of Romeo and Juliet Act 3

Romeo & Juliet
Gossip update
Romeo and Juliet have secretly been married.
Now the houses of Montague and Capulet have been united. But ... nobody knows.
What happens in act 3:
Romeo takes on the challenge and kills one of the Capulets. He gets banished for this and has to leave Verona.
Romeo and Juliet spend one night together.
Juliet's father wants her to marry Paris.
The Friar tries to help ... again.
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Act 3
Scenes to remember 1
Mercutio and Tybalt are fighting.
Romeo and Benvolio cannot stop them.
Why is this important?
Mercutio dies, his famous last words are
'a plague o'both your houses'.
Scenes to remember 2
Romeo has killed Tybalt.
He is banished and has to leave Verona.
Why is this important?
Romeo has to be out of the way
so Friar Lawrence can go on
messing up the story.
Scenes to remember 3
Again: Romeo asks Friar Lawrence to help him.
Why is this important?
Again: Romeo and Juliet put their trust in Friar Lawrence.
Why does Juliet not want to marry Paris?
Their friendship ends.
Scenes to remember 5
Romeo and Juliet spend one night together.
Why is this important?
They spend most of the time talking.
Romeo: 'Night's candles are burnt out, and jocund day
stands tiptoe on the misty mountain tops.
I must be gone and live, or stay and die'.
Question 1
When Mercutio dies he curses 'a plague o'both your houses'. Connect the characters to the right house.
A. Capulets: ...
B. Montagues: ...
C. Neutral: ...
Question 2
A. villain = Romeo, villain cousin = Tybalt, husband = Romeo.
B. villain = Tybalt, villain cousin = Tybalt, husband = Paris.
C. villain = Romeo, villain cousin = Tybalt, husband = Paris.
Question 3
Not only do people kill each other,
but there are also references to suicide.
Who is suicidal?
A. Romeo is.
B. Juliet is.
C. Romeo and Juliet both are.
Focus on Mercutio
What does Mercutio do in the play?
Put the events in the right order.
A. He curses the Capulets and Montagues.
B. He tells Romeo that Tybalt has challenged him.
C. He cheers up Romeo when he is in love with Rosaline.
D. He goes with Romeo to the masked ball.
E. He duels with Tybalt when Romeo refuses to do so.
Big mistake!
What happens when Nurse advises
Juliet to forget Romeo and marry Paris?
Juliet is grieving 'but wherefore, villain, didst thou kill my cousin? That villain cousin would
have killed my husband'. Who is who?
So when Romeo and his friends
are challenged by Capulet guys,
his friends do not understand
Romeo's words:
'And so, good Capulet -
which name I tender as dearly
as my own- be satisfied'.
Is it a tragedy?
Is it a love story?
Nurse makes arrangements so Romeo and Juliet
can spend the night together.
Scenes to remember 4
Why is this important?
Lord and Lady Capulet tell Juliet
she has to marry Paris.
In the beginning of the play her father had said
he would not force her into a marriage she did not want.
And Juliet had said that she would only marry a man
whom her father approved.
Romeo, Juliet, Mercutio, Friar Lawrence, Benvolio, Nurse, Tybalt, Paris.
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